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:
Despite missing seven consecutive games between February and March, Chaplin more often than not led the Coventry attack, netting eight times in 31 appearances as they attempted to claim a play-off spot.
It turns out that being brother of Liverpool star Alex does not necessarily earn you a regular spot in the starting 11. The right-back appeared just twice as Notts County fell out of the Football League.
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Kabamba joined the Hawks before moving to the North East with Hartlepool United on loan. He signed permanently with Pools last week after becoming only the second player in the clubs history to score in their first four games.
The Frenchman did not return after his loan spell expired and instead joined Spanish Segunda Division B club FC Jumilla, also on loan. He was often left out the starting 11 and is out-of-contract at Wolves this summer.
Another loanee at Pompey in the 2017/18 campaign. Upon his return to Nottingham Forest, Henderson witnessed no Championship action with his only taste of game time following an emergency loan spell with Wycombe.
Injury wrecked the defenders spell at Pompey but he managed to earn a permanent move to League One with Bristol Rovers. After no appearances in the first five months, he ended the season with a respectable 21 outings.
OKeefe suggested he would be open to a return to the south coast and that would come - with Plymouth. An achilles injury ended his loan spell in November as the Pilgrims went on to lose their third-tier status.
Having spent time at Poole Town on loan last season, Bedford returned following his Pompey release and made 48 appearances as the club finished 5th in Evo-Stik South.
Kennedy, on loan at Fratton Park last season, was released by Cardiff City in the summer. He opted for a move to Scotland in St Johnstone and appeared 41 times in all competitions, scoring six goals.
After his Pompey release, Naismith soon reunited with ex-boss Paul Cook at Wigan. The 27-year-old played his part with 30 appearances in the Latics successful fight against Championship relegation.
The 21-year-old spent the first-half of the season on loan at Walsall before joining Slovakian side Dunajska Streda, where he appears to be featuring on a regular basis.
The Pompey youngster was snapped up by Bristol Rovers but similar to his time at Fratton Park, was loaned out into non-league - this time with Bognor Regis in the Isthmian League Premier Division.