DOB: 27 May 1979
From: West Perth, Selection #22, 1997 National Draft
Number: 45 (1998-1999)
Games: 17 (83 total)
Goals: 3 (49 total)
Drafted after playing for Western Australia in the Teal Cup, Longmuir was impressive with the West Perth Colts and Reserves, before playing a handful of senior games in his draft year. He played four games in 1998 and finished third in the Reserves Best and Fairest.
Longmuir's career best patch came in early 1999. In Round 1 he kicked 0.5, and was nominated for the Rising Star award three weeks later, this time for a performance in defence that helped Melbourne win by a point. He signed a two year contract extension at the end of the season, but returned to Perth and demanded a trade to Fremantle, where he could play with brother Troy. Initially, the clubs couldn't strike a deal, leading Melbourne to shop Longmuir to West Coast instead. Eventually, the Dockers were convinced to part with selection #19 in the 1999 National Draft, the selection that ultimately landed them Brad Green.
After 55 games with the Dockers, Longmuir joined Carlton. After 10 games in his first season with the Blues he played just one in 2006 before being delisted. He then rejoined West Perth, remaining there until the end of 2009, retiring after playing 100 games for the club.
Age - 31/08/1999
Age - 29/09/1999