Crozier was selected with pick 20 in the 2011 National Draft and made his debut in Round 10 2012. Unfortunately a combination of injury and tough internal competition, Crozier only played a handful of games for the remainder of the year. It was not until later in 2014 and throughout 2015 that Hayden appeared more frequently in the side’s forward-line however was regularly a substitute player in these games.
2016 was Hayden’s breakout year where he played 16 games after making a transition from small forward to half back. Hayden relished the move and found himself a more permanent player. His 2016 form flowed into 2017 where he played a further 19 games for the club, collecting an average of 12.6 disposals and 3.9 tackles.
Following the 2017 season Crozier was traded to the Western Bulldogs where he played 17 games in a variety of different positions. Originally Known originally for his ability as a high-flying small forward, Crozier has developed his career into becoming a rebound half-back and wing for the Bulldogs.
Hayden is committed to the Western Bulldogs until the end of the 2020 season.