In a year that has severely complicated the AFL's drafting process, Jackson Callow is keeping his hopes for Wednesday night nice and simple.
"Just to get my name read out," the 18-year-old said ahead of the national draft.
"I don't care what club it is, don't care what number the pick is, I don't care if I'm the last pick - I just want to get drafted.
"I want to get to a club and make a name for myself and I don't want to move around - I want to be at the one club for my [career]."
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A NAB League under-ager in 2019, Callow finished alongside potential number one pick Jamarra Ugle-Hagan as the league's equal-third top goalkicker with 24 goals in 14 games.
He starred with three goals in North Launceston's 2019 State League flag and played in the AFL grand final curtain-raiser before helping North to another grand final in October.
The St Patrick's College student will watch Wednesday's draft from the comfort of his lounge room with his parents, brother, girlfriend and grandparents.
"I think Dad's getting more stressed than me," he joked.
"But they'll be fine, he just wants his best for me and so does Mum and my brother as well.
"I think they're going to miss me like crazy if I get lucky and I'm going to miss them too.
"The same with my girlfriend - she doesn't want me to leave, but she does of course to go and fulfil my dream and she supports me all the way."
Callow enjoyed an impressive TSL season this year and finished fourth in the Bombers' best and fairest despite missing five games with an ankle injury.
After playing exclusively as a forward last season, the ex-Prospect Hawk added a new string to his bow in 2020 and starred as a defender in big games against Lauderdale and Launceston.
He returned to full fitness in time to play in a second-straight grand final and kicked a last-term goal as the Bombers fell 13 points short of a fourth-straight premiership.
"I feel like I improved a fair bit," Callow said.
"I got more out of this year than the last couple of years playing against senior bodies every week - more experienced players, a quicker game and it's a lot more physical.
"Being able to play more than one position this year suited me - I think I went pretty well at both positions and I like both positions.
"I'm key forward, that's my role, but I really enjoyed playing key back when I needed to.
"This year was about what the team needed, not what I needed to do, but luckily enough for me being able to play forward and back was also what I needed to do for myself and my draft potential.
"We're here to play team footy at North - we're a family here and I'm always going to miss this place whatever I'm doing."
Wednesday's draft will be streamed on the AFL website from 7pm.