Essendon's non-selected players were put through their paces in a 12-a-side scratch match against Carlton at Ikon Park on Saturday.
Playing four 20-minute quarters, the Bombers fielded four defenders, four midfielders and four forwards.
Jayden Laverde and Ned Cahill led the goalkicking with three apiece, while Mitch Hibberd (two), Andrew Phillips, Nick Bryan and Irving Mosquito also registered majors.
Development coach Leigh Tudor has reviewed each of the players' performances below.
"Ned kicked three goals and worked really hard as a forward. He worked up the ground, and then got back in (inside 50). His fall-of-the-ball work was really good. He was clean and made good decisions when he had the ball."
"I'm really pleased for Ross. He showed he's got some great AFL attributes. He made good decisions to win his own ball, knowing when to come off his man to win the ball. When he won it, he used it very well. He was really exciting and one of our better players."
"Hibberd's run and spread from the contest were excellent. He worked really hard back into defence and also forward. He kicked two goals as a midfielder and played a really solid game."
"Laverde kicked three goals. He presented really well and took some courageous, strong marks. He kicked straight and converted his chances."
"He was good as a ruckman. He gave us a lot of hitouts to advantage, moved around the ground well and kicked a goal. He presented well when he needed to, so overall it was a good game from him."
"'Moz' looked really dangerous. It was a really good effort from him. He got a pretty big corkie in the first quarter and came back on and presented well. His fall-of-the-ball stuff was good, he made good decisions and used the ball well."
"His work-rate was outstanding. He won his own ball and used it very well. He played the whole game as an inside midfielder, so it was a really good effort."
"He was proactive as a defender. He made good decisions when he came off his man and was strong in the contest. When he won the ball, he used it well. It was a strong game from a key back."
"Bryan played predominantly forward and had a couple of stints in the ruck. He presented well when he was down the line and competed in the air."
"He got injured just after half-time. Before that, he was strong in the contest and defended well."
"Clarkey played inside mid the whole game. He won his own ball and spread really hard to help in defence and attack."
"McBride played key back. He did a good job in the contests and made good decisions when he had the ball."