Jordon Sweet has re-signed with the Western Bulldogs for a further two seasons, keeping him at VU Whitten Oval until at least 2023.
Sweet arrived at the Kennel with pick 23 in the 2018 NAB AFL Rookie Draft, and after biding his time at VFL level across his first two years, broke through for his AFL debut in round five against Gold Coast.
On debut, the 23-year-old collected eight disposals and 31 hit-outs, while slotting his first career goal and going on to play a further four matches for the season.
Bulldogs’ General Manager of List Management and Football Projects, Sam Power, said keeping Sweet at the Club was important for the future.
“We’re thrilled that Jordon will be continuing his football journey as a Bulldog,” Power said.
“His ruck craft and ability to give midfielders first-use has come on in leaps and bounds, and we saw glimpses of what he can do at AFL level earlier in the season.
“We know Jordon still has plenty of growth to come, so we’re looking forward to seeing his development continue to evolve.”