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Former first-round draft pick Mitch Brown and tagger Taylor Hunt are among Geelong’s latest set of delisted players.
The Cats announced on Tuesday morning that Brown, Hunt and Joel Hamling would not be offered new contracts for 2015.
Last month, Geelong delisted Nick Bourke, George Burbury, Jackson Sheringham, Jordan Schroder and Jesse Stringer.
Taken at pick 49 in the 2008 national draft, Hunt played 63 games for the Cats since his debut in 2010.
The 24-year-old played in two finals and kicked 19 goals.
Mitch Brown departs Geelong after 15 games after being picked at no.15 in the 2008 national draft.
Brown was part of 2012 VFL premiership side, and has played 63 games and kicked 98 goals in his time with the Cats’ VFL side.
Joel Hamling leaves the Cats after 42 VFL games after being selected at pick 32 in the 2011 national draft.
Geelong football manager Neil Balme thanked the trio for their time at the club.
“We thank Taylor, Mitch and Joel for their efforts over their time at the club and wish them every success in their future endeavours.”