Kilkenny's All-Ireland winning minor captain Darragh Joyce - brother of wing back for the senior Kieran Joyce - is being chased by a couple of AFL sides.
The champions of the last two seasons, Hawthorn and the Sydney Swans are hovering around Joyce, described by AFL.com as the 'standout from the recent European combine in Dublin.'
Joyce goes to school in Wexford, so he has been exposed to football.
It's a game I enjoy watching and it would be fantastic to do something you love as your job, so it definitely stands out for me.
Tadhg Kennelly is an inspiration and he was the first big name I heard of making it big out in Australia, as well as Zach Tuohy and Pearce Hanley, so it's great for Ireland.
Kennelly, an inspiration to Joyce and the international talent manager for the AFL, witnessed Joyce's performance at the combine.
Darragh was super, he really stepped up.
He's been exposed to the game and he was really impressive when the footballs came out considering he's only just got over glandular fever.
He's a great size and shape, really good with ball in hand and he tested really well.