Corey Dell’Olio is one of three players to have been shown the door by the Bombers.
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Essendon have made its final list changes ahead of next month’s AFL national draft.
Cory Dell’Olio, Dylan van Unen and Fraser Thurlow have all been told they will not be part of the club’s plans in 2015.
Bombers football operations manager Rob Kerr thanked the trio for their time at the club.
“We wish Cory, Dylan and Fraser all the best for their future endeavours beyond Essendon,” Kerr said.
“They are well rounded young men who have displayed tremendous commitment and dedication in their bid to carve out AFL careers.”
“Following the recent delisting of Kyle Hardingham, Leroy Jetta, Sean Gregory, Johnny Rayner and the departure of Patrick Ryder, the club has now finalised its list ahead of the National Draft.”
Dell’Olio played 16 senior games for the Bombers after being picked up in the 2011 rookie draft, while Van Unen made his debut against Fremantle in round four this season.
Thurlow was selected in the 2014 rookie draft but did not feature in the senior side.