But how have they fared at their respective clubs this season? Click and scroll through the pages as we take a look at each player's campaign:
Anderson moved to Doncaster Rovers on a permanent basis and while he struggled to nail down a starting 11 spot at the start and end of the season, his 23 appearances allowed him to play his part in Rovers run to the League One play-offs.
A youth player at Burnley and now at Barnsley, while the Tykes handed him a professional contract following his release from Turf Moor, the left-sided player is yet to make a first-team appearance.
Birch has enjoyed his season at National League side AFC Fylde. While the Coasters narrowly missed out on promotion to League Two to Salford, Birch started in Sundays FA Trophy final win at Wembley against Leyton Orient.
It didnt take long for Ginnelly to work his way back up the football pyramid. Less than six months after joining Walsall, the forward earned a switch to the Championship with Preston North End.
After a brief spell with National League North side Ashton United, Jackson was snapped up by former Football League outfit Chester, also in non-leagues second-tier.
It is unknown where Dixon has continued his career.
The striker dropped into non-league with Kings Lynn, who earned promotion to National League North this season.
Long was snapped up by Fleetwood Town, however would spend the second-half of the season at rivals Blackpool. He was surprisingly released last week by Terry McPhillips side.
Marney followed Long to Fleetwood and made a strong start to life in League One. However, whether its injury or something else, the 35-year-old hasnt featured since December 29.
Like Dixon, it is unclear as to where Metz has ended up. A quick search in Google suggests he is without a club.
It is believed Nabi is plying his trade with Alvechurch, who play in the Southern Football League Premier Division.
A Google search says Thomas signed for North West Counties outfit Squires Gate in October.
The Clarets allowed Walters to re-join former club Ipswich at the beginning of the term but after injuries hampered his return to East Anglian, he decided to retire.
While it was a fairly turmoil season with losing streaks and the sacking of Steve McClaren but Wells departed his loan spell with some credit, notching nine goals in 43 appearances.
ONeill returned to his homeland with Central Coast Mariners on loan having fired four goals in 23 outings. He was offered a new deal by Burnley last week and talks have already began as to whether he is ready for first-team action.
Were making Vokes an honourable mention. Since his January exit, Vokes has failed to hit the ground running in a struggling Stoke side with three goals in 12 appearances.
Another honourable mention. Koiki was loaned out to Swindon Town in January. He made a solid contribution, slotting into the League Two sides back four on 15 occasions.
Now under the watchful eye of Steven Gerrard, Arfield has managed to make 46 appearances in all competitions this term - recently writing himself in Rangers folklore after scoring against Celtic.