Fremantle have continued their hunt for more tall stocks in their forward lin, inviting Claremont’s Sam van Rooyen to train with them over the summer. The Dockers have two spots open on their list after putting Josh Corbett (hip) and Sebit Kuek (knee) on their inactive list. Van Rooyen is the brother of Melbourne forward Jacob, who has shown promise in his first two years in the AFL. The 193cm teenager kicked 26 goals in 22 colts games for the Tigers, including three in their semifinal win over Perth. Van Rooyen will join former Essendon key forward Patrick Voss and Woodville-West Torrents small forward Max Beattie in training at the club later this week. Meanwhile, former Gold Coast wingman Jeremy Sharp trained at the Dockers today with the rest of the squad returning. Fremantle on Monday morning confirmed Sharp had joined the club through the pre-season supplemental selection period, which opened at 6am. “We liked him in his draft year. He was a two-time All Australian in the U18s which doesn’t happen very often,” Dockers list manager David Walls said. “We tracked him pretty closely and he’s now spent four years in the system. “He has a combination of speed and endurance with good acceleration. His height allows him to fold back into defence where he likes to help out and he’s good overhead.” Fremantle have until February 19 to make decisions on their final two list spots.