|Full name||Troy Lehmann|
|Date of birth||25 February 1972|
|Original team||North Adelaide|
|Draft||82nd, 1989 VFL Draft|
|Height/Weight||182 cm / 80 kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1994 season.
Lehmann was picked up by Collingwood in the 1989 VFL Draft, from South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club North Adelaide. He played his football mostly as a ruck-rover and kicked two goals on his AFL debut in 1991. Lehmann's 22 kicks and eight handballs in a convincing win over Adelaide at Victoria Park earned him maximum Brownlow Medal votes and he finished the year with an average of 20 disposals a game.
Before the 1994 AFL season, Lehmann was traded to Brisbane together with teammates Craig Starcevich and a draft pick used on Chris Scott. In return Collingwood gained a future captain and Brownlow Medal winner in Nathan Buckley.