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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the home and away season)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. St Kilda 
4. Brisbane
5. Fremantle
6. Western Bulldogs 
7. Adelaide
8. Essendon
9. Port Adelaide
10. North Melbourne
11. Geelong
12. Greater Western Sydney
13. Sydney 
14. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
15.  Hawthorn
16. Collingwood
17: Gold Coast (received off West Coast)
18. Richmond

ROUND TWO

19. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast)
21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda)
22. Brisbane 
23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle)
24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs)
25. Carlton (received from Adelaide)
26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon)
27. Port Adelaide
28. North Melbourne
29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong)
30. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
31. Sydney
32. Melbourne 
33. Hawthorn
34. Sydney (received from Collingwood)
35. West Coast
36. Richmond

ROUND THREE

37. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
38. Gold Coast
39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades)
40. Brisbane
41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide)
44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
45. Port Adelaide
46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
47. Geelong
48. Greater Western Sydney
49. Collingwood (received from Sydney)
50. Melbourne
51. Hawthorn
52. Collingwood
53:  North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades)
54. Geelong (received from Richmond)

ROUND FOUR

55. Geelong (received from Carlton)
56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast)
57. St Kilda
58. Brisbane
59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle)
60. Western Bulldogs
61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades)
62. Essendon
63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide)
64. North Melbourne
65. Carlton (received from Geelong)
66. Greater Western Sydney
67. Sydney
68. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
69. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades)
70. Collingwood
71. West Coast
72. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

73. Carlton
74. Gold Coast
75. St Kilda
76. Brisbane
77. Fremantle
78. Western Bulldogs
79. Adelaide
80. Essendon
81. Port Adelaide
82. North Melbourne
83. Geelong
84. Greater Western Sydney
85. Sydney
86. Melbourne
87. Hawthorn
88. Collingwood
89. West Coast
90. Richmond

ROUND SIX

91. Carlton
92. Gold Coast
93. St Kilda
94. Brisbane
95. Fremantle
96. Western Bulldogs
97. Adelaide
98. Essendon
99. Port Adelaide
100. North Melbourne
101. Geelong
102. Greater Western Sydney
103. Sydney
104. Melbourne
105. Hawthorn
106. Collingwood
107. West Coast
108. Richmond

The following future picks were traded in 2017

Adelaide - 2018 round one draft selection from Melbourne via Jake Lever trade, 2018 round four selection from Melbourne via Jake Lever trade, 2018 round two selection from Car lton via Bryce Gibbs trade, 2018 round three selection from Carlton via Bryce Gibbs trade
Carlton - 2018 round two draft selection from Adelaide via Bryce Gibbs trade, 2018 round two selection from Western Bulldogs via pick swap, 2018 round four selection from Geelong via Darcy Lang trade
Collingwo od - 2018 round three draft selection from Sydney via Sam Murray trade
Essendon - 2018 round two draft selection from GWS via Devon Smith trade
Geelong - 2018 round three draft selection from Richmond via pick swap, 2018 round four selection from Carlton via Darcy Lang swap, 2018 round four selection from Gold Coast via Gary Ablett trade
Gold Coast - 2018 round one draft selection from West Coast, 2018 round two draft selection from Essendon via Adam Saad trade, 2018 round two draft selection from Geelong via Gary Ablett trade, 2018 round three draft selection from Fremantle via Brandon Matera trade
Greater Western Sydney - 2018 round two draft selection from Fremantle via Nathan Wilson trade, 2018 round three draft selection from Essendon as part of Devon Smith trade
Melbourne - 2018 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Jake Lever trade
North Melbourne - 2018 round three selection (tied to West Coast) on-traded by Port Adelaide in pick swap, 2018 round three selection (tied to St Kilda) on-traded by Port Adelaide in pick swap
Port Adelaide - 2018 round two draft selection from St Kilda via pick swa p, 2018 round three draft selection from North Melbourne via pick swap
Sydney - 2018 roun d two draft selection from Collingwood via Sam Murray trade
St Kilda - 2018 round four draft selection from Port Adelaide via Logan Austin trade, 2018 round four draft selection (tied to Adelaide) on-traded by Port Adelaide via pick swap
West Coast - 2018 round four draft selection (tied to Hawthorn) from Port Adelaide via Brendon Ah Chee trade, 2018 round two draft selection from Gold Coast
Western Bulldogs - 2018 round four draft selection from Fremantle via Hayden Crozier trade

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The Dockers really have me puzzled. They currently have picks 5, 77 and 95 and, apart from some of their younger brigade who they would want to keep, they don’t have much material for trading. It’s little wonder therefore that they’ve recently re-signed veterans and crocks like Ballantyne, Bennell, Mundy and Sandilands.

 I can see their so-called rebuild taking up the life of Ross Lyon’s contract and can’t see them going anywhere very soon.

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Everyone will be pushed further back with priority picks and academy selections

Pick 32 could end up closer to pick 40...and the pick we traded for Lever - currently #14 - could be pushed back closer to #20

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14 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Everyone will be pushed further back with priority picks and academy selections

Pick 32 could end up closer to pick 40...and the pick we traded for Lever - currently #14 - could be pushed back closer to #20

Lever getting cheaper by the minute I  terms of what picks we gave up.

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week one of the finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. St Kilda 
4. Brisbane
5. Fremantle
6. Western Bulldogs 
7. Adelaide
8. Essendon
9. Port Adelaide
10. North Melbourne
11. Geelong
12. Sydney 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
15.  Hawthorn
16. Collingwood
17: Gold Coast (received off West Coast)
18. Richmond

ROUND TWO

19. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast)
21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda)
22. Brisbane 
23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle)
24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs)
25. Carlton (received from Adelaide)
26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon)
27. Port Adelaide
28. North Melbourne
29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong)
30. Sydney
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. Melbourne 
33. Hawthorn
34. Sydney (received from Collingwood)
35. West Coast
36. Richmond

ROUND THREE

37. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
38. Gold Coast
39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades)
40. Brisbane
41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide)
44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
45. Port Adelaide
46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
47. Geelong
48. Collingwood (received from Sydney)
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Melbourne
51. Hawthorn
52. Collingwood
53:  North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades)
54. Geelong (received from Richmond)

ROUND FOUR

55. Geelong (received from Carlton)
56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast)
57. St Kilda
58. Brisbane
59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle)
60. Western Bulldogs
61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades)
62. Essendon
63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide)
64. North Melbourne
65. Carlton (received from Geelong)
66. Sydney
67. Greater Western Sydney
68. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
69. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades)
70. Collingwood
71. West Coast
72. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

73. Carlton
74. Gold Coast
75. St Kilda
76. Brisbane
77. Fremantle
78. Western Bulldogs
79. Adelaide
80. Essendon
81. Port Adelaide
82. North Melbourne
83. Geelong
84. Sydney
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Melbourne
87. Hawthorn
88. Collingwood
89. West Coast
90. Richmond

ROUND SIX

91. Carlton
92. Gold Coast
93. St Kilda
94. Brisbane
95. Fremantle
96. Western Bulldogs
97. Adelaide
98. Essendon
99. Port Adelaide
100. North Melbourne
101. Geelong
102. Sydney
103. Greater Western Sydney
104. Melbourne
105. Hawthorn
106. Collingwood
107. West Coast
108. Richmond

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On 8/29/2018 at 7:07 AM, Whispering_Jack said:

The Dockers really have me puzzled. They currently have picks 5, 77 and 95 and, apart from some of their younger brigade who they would want to keep, they don’t have much material for trading. It’s little wonder therefore that they’ve recently re-signed veterans and crocks like Ballantyne, Bennell, Mundy and Sandilands.

 I can see their so-called rebuild taking up the life of Ross Lyon’s contract and can’t see them going anywhere very soon.

Saints are also puzzling.  They have picks 3, 57, 61, 63 and somehow they are planning to trade in Hannebery!  Their list is going to be a mess next year.   While Freo have a few stars and a few in the making both will be on the bottom rungs of the ladder for quite a while.

Both Freo and Saints traded are very good examples of future pick trading gone badly wrong. 

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week two of the finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. St Kilda 
4. Brisbane
5. Fremantle
6. Western Bulldogs 
7. Adelaide
8. Essendon
9. Port Adelaide
10. North Melbourne
11. Geelong
12. Sydney 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. Hawthorn
15. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
16. Collingwood
17: Gold Coast (received off West Coast)
18. Richmond

ROUND TWO

19. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast)
21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda)
22. Brisbane 
23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle)
24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs)
25. Carlton (received from Adelaide)
26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon)
27. Port Adelaide
28. North Melbourne
29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong)
30. Sydney
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. Hawthorn
33. Melbourne
34. Sydney (received from Collingwood)
35. West Coast
36. Richmond

ROUND THREE

37. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
38. Gold Coast
39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades)
40. Brisbane
41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide)
44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
45. Port Adelaide
46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
47. Geelong
48. Collingwood (received from Sydney)
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Hawthorn
51. Melbourne
52. Collingwood
53. North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades)
54. Geelong (received from Richmond)

ROUND FOUR

55. Geelong (received from Carlton)
56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast)
57. St Kilda
58. Brisbane
59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle)
60. Western Bulldogs
61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades)
62. Essendon
63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide)
64. North Melbourne
65. Carlton (received from Geelong)
66. Sydney
67. Greater Western Sydney
68. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades) 
69. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
70. Collingwood
71. West Coast
72. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

73. Carlton
74. Gold Coast
75. St Kilda
76. Brisbane
77. Fremantle
78. Western Bulldogs
79. Adelaide
80. Essendon
81. Port Adelaide
82. North Melbourne
83. Geelong
84. Sydney
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Hawthorn
87. Melbourne
88. Collingwood
89. West Coast
90. Richmond

ROUND SIX

91. Carlton
92. Gold Coast
93. St Kilda
94. Brisbane
95. Fremantle
96. Western Bulldogs
97. Adelaide
98. Essendon
99. Port Adelaide
100. North Melbourne
101. Geelong
102. Sydney
103. Greater Western Sydney
104. Hawthorn
105. Melbourne
106. Collingwood
107. West Coast
108. Richmond

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There was something I heard on SEN about teams - I think they said Carlscum, and maybe BNE and GC$$ - getting free access to the second tier  competitions prior to the draft - sounds like typical BS policy on the run by the 🤡 at AFL HQ.

Lest we forget that is where, though our recruiters’ hard work,  not through gifts from HQ, we found VDB, Hannan and Frisch.

OMG I loathe the current administration of our game.  Gillon can’t get moved  back to polo fast enough.  He is THE worst administrator in AFL VFL history. 

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week three of the finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. St Kilda 
4. Brisbane
5. Fremantle
6. Western Bulldogs 
7. Adelaide
8. Essendon
9. Port Adelaide
10. North Melbourne
11. Geelong
12. Sydney 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. Hawthorn
15. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
16. Richmond 
17. Collingwood
18. Gold Coast (received off West Coast)

ROUND TWO

19. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast)
21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda)
22. Brisbane 
23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle)
24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs)
25. Carlton (received from Adelaide)
26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon)
27. Port Adelaide
28. North Melbourne
29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong)
30. Sydney
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. Hawthorn
33. Melbourne
34. Richmond 
35. Sydney (received from Collingwood)
36. West Coast

ROUND THREE

37. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
38. Gold Coast
39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades)
40. Brisbane
41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide)
44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
45. Port Adelaide
46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
47. Geelong
48. Collingwood (received from Sydney)
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Hawthorn
51. Melbourne
52. Geelong (received from Richmond)
53. Collingwood
54. North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades)

ROUND FOUR

55. Geelong (received from Carlton)
56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast)
57. St Kilda
58. Brisbane
59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle)
60. Western Bulldogs
61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades)
62. Essendon
63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide)
64. North Melbourne
65. Carlton (received from Geelong)
66. Sydney
67. Greater Western Sydney
68. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades) 
69. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
70. Richmond 
71. Collingwood
72. West Coast

ROUND FIVE

73. Carlton
74. Gold Coast
75. St Kilda
76. Brisbane
77. Fremantle
78. Western Bulldogs
79. Adelaide
80. Essendon
81. Port Adelaide
82. North Melbourne
83. Geelong
84. Sydney
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Hawthorn
87. Melbourne
88. Richmond 
89. Collingwood
90. West Coast

ROUND SIX

91. Carlton
92. Gold Coast
93. St Kilda
94. Brisbane
95. Fremantle
96. Western Bulldogs
97. Adelaide
98. Essendon
99. Port Adelaide
100. North Melbourne
101. Geelong
102. Sydney
103. Greater Western Sydney
104. Hawthorn
105. Melbourne
106. Richmond 
107. Collingwood
108. West Coast

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Picks 87 and 105 we will need the wisdom of Jobe to get anything from that lot.

will need some genius scouting to pick a diamond in the rough.

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20 minutes ago, old dee said:

Picks 87 and 105 we will need the wisdom of Jobe to get anything from that lot.

will need some genius scouting to pick a diamond in the rough.

Doubt they will even be used. 

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8 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Doubt they will even be used. 

Don't you have to make 4 selections? 

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Just now, old dee said:

Don't you have to make 4 selections? 

Yeah but I dare say we will be trading some picks in

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1 minute ago, Demons11 said:

Yeah but I dare say we will be trading some picks in

For who?

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On 9/25/2018 at 3:45 PM, old dee said:

Picks 87 and 105 we will need the wisdom of Jobe to get anything from that lot.

will need some genius scouting to pick a diamond in the rough.

Jobe had no wisdom...makes a good Cappo by all accounts !! ;)

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15 hours ago, beelzebub said:

Jobe had no wisdom...makes a good Cappo by all accounts !! ;)

I was referring to Jobe the Elder bb in fact very elder!

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4 hours ago, old dee said:

I was referring to Jobe the Elder bb in fact very elder!

I know...🙄

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the finals series)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. St Kilda 
4. Brisbane
5. Fremantle
6. Western Bulldogs 
7. Adelaide
8. Essendon
9. Port Adelaide
10. North Melbourne
11. Geelong
12. Sydney 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. Hawthorn
15. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
16. Richmond 
17. Collingwood
18. Gold Coast (received off West Coast)

ROUND TWO

19. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast)
21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda)
22. Brisbane 
23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle)
24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs)
25. Carlton (received from Adelaide)
26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon)
27. Port Adelaide
28. North Melbourne
29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong)
30. Sydney
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. Hawthorn
33. Melbourne
34. Richmond 
35. Sydney (received from Collingwood)
36. West Coast

ROUND THREE

37. Adelaide (received from Carlton)
38. Gold Coast
39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades)
40. Brisbane
41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide)
44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
45. Port Adelaide
46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
47. Geelong
48. Collingwood (received from Sydney)
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Hawthorn
51. Melbourne
52. Geelong (received from Richmond)
53. Collingwood
54. North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades)

ROUND FOUR

55. Geelong (received from Carlton)
56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast)
57. St Kilda
58. Brisbane
59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle)
60. Western Bulldogs
61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades)
62. Essendon
63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide)
64. North Melbourne
65. Carlton (received from Geelong)
66. Sydney
67. Greater Western Sydney
68. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades) 
69. Adelaide (received from Melbourne)
70. Richmond 
71. Collingwood
72. West Coast

ROUND FIVE

73. Carlton
74. Gold Coast
75. St Kilda
76. Brisbane
77. Fremantle
78. Western Bulldogs
79. Adelaide
80. Essendon
81. Port Adelaide
82. North Melbourne
83. Geelong
84. Sydney
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Hawthorn
87. Melbourne
88. Richmond 
89. Collingwood
90. West Coast

ROUND SIX

91. Carlton
92. Gold Coast
93. St Kilda
94. Brisbane
95. Fremantle
96. Western Bulldogs
97. Adelaide
98. Essendon
99. Port Adelaide
100. North Melbourne
101. Geelong
102. Sydney
103. Greater Western Sydney
104. Hawthorn
105. Melbourne
106. Richmond 
107. Collingwood
108. West Coast

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Do the Tigers finish 3rd or us? Both knocked out in preliminary final, Tigers were higher ranked, but we were knocked out by eventual Premiers?

(Edit: I googled it, we finished 4th 👍🏻

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Given that we cant give a yelp until pick 33 and it looks like about 25% of our list is moving out we will need to do some fancy trading!

However, we did pick up Max at about 33 I think.

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According to Perth radio today, Fremantle will be asking for picks 4 and 22 from Brisbane for Neale. 

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6 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Given that we cant give a yelp until pick 33 and it looks like about 25% of our list is moving out we will need to do some fancy trading!

However, we did pick up Max at about 33 I think.

We can also do some fancy trading at the draft table! 

There will be Live Pick Trading, so the picks we have at the end of the Trade period are just the starting point as clubs can trade picks to go up or down the order during the draft. 

Will be interesting to see if we keep a high pick (4/5/6 or 9/10) from the Hogan trade whether we use it or cash in the chips on draft night!

LPT presents a nice challenge for recruiting staff - much more second guessing other clubs than usual.

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the close of the trade period)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton
2. Gold Coast
3. Gold Coast (received as compensation for losing restricted free agent Tom Lynch to Richmond)
4. St Kilda
5. Port Adelaide (received from Brisbane as part of Sam Mayes trade)
6. Gold Coast (received from Melbourne for Steven May and Kade Kolodjashnij; received from Fremantle as part of Jesse Hogan trade; received from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale trade; received Port Adelaide as part of Sam Mayes trade; originally received from Fremantle in a pick swap)
7. Western Bulldogs
8. Adelaide
9. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon as part of Dylan Shiel trade)
10. Port Adelaide
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle as part of Rory Lobb trade; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap; received from North Melbourne as part of trade for Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard)
12. Geelong
13. Adelaide (received from Sydney via Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern)
14. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb trade)
15. Port Adelaide (received from Hawthorn as part of Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade)
16. Adelaide (received from Melbourne in 2017)
17. Richmond
18. Brisbane (received from Collingwood as part of Dayne Beams trade)
19. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle as part of Rory Lobb trade; received from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale trade; received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; received from West Coast in 2017)

END OF ROUND ONE

20. West Coast (received as compensation for losing restricted free agent Scott Lycett)

ROUND TWO

21. Adelaide (received from Carlton in 2017)
22. West Coast (received from Gold Coast in 2017)
23. Melbourne (received from Fremantle as part of Jesse Hogan trade; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap; originally received from St Kilda in 2017)
24. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in a pick swap)
25. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle in 2017)
26. Sydney (received from Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Western Bulldogs in 2017)
27. Western Bulldogs (received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Luke Dahlhaus to Geelong)
28. Melbourne (received from St Kilda in a pick swap, received from Sydney as part of Dan Hannebery trade; received from Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Adelaide in 2017)
29. Gold Coast (received from Essendon in 2017)
30. Brisbane (received from Fremantle as part of Lachie Neale trade; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap)
31. Fremantle (received from North Melbourne in a pick swap)
32. Western Bulldogs (received from Brisbane as part of Marcus Adams trade; received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Geelong in 2017)
33. Sydney
34. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney in 2017)
35. Brisbane (received from Port Adelaide as part of Sam Mayes trade; originally received from Hawthorn as part of Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade)
36. St Kilda (received from Melbourne in a pick swap)
37. Richmond
38. Sydney (received from Collingwood in 2017)
39. Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of Dan Hannebery trade; received from West Coast as part of trade for Tom Hickey)

ROUND THREE

40. Sydney (received from Adelaide as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Carlton in 2017)
41. Collingwood (received from Brisbane as part of Dayne Beams trade; originally received from Gold Coast in a pick swap)
42. North Melbourne (received from St Kilda via on-trades in 2017)
43. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb trade; received from Carlton as part of trade for Will Setterfield; received from Geelong for state league player Nathan Kreuger; originally received from Brisbane as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy)
44. Collingwood (received from Brisbane as part of Dayne Beams trade; received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Fremantle in 2017
45. Western Bulldogs
46. St Kilda (received from Melbourne in a pick swap; originally received from Adelaide in 2017)
47. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb trade; received from Essendon in 2017)
48. North Melbourne (received from Port Adelaide as part of trade for Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard)
49. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap; originally received from North Melbourne in 2017)
50. Geelong
51. Collingwood (received from Sydney in 2017)
52. Greater Western Sydney 
53. Hawthorn
54. Melbourne
55. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale trade; received from Geelong as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy; originally received from Richmond in 2017)
56. Brisbane (received from Collingwood as part of Dayne Beams trade)
57. Collingwood (received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Alex Fasolo to Carlton)
58. North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades in 2017)

ROUND FOUR

59. Geelong (received from Gold Coast for George Horlin-Smith; received from Brisbane in a pick swap; received from Geelong as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy; originally received from Carlton in 2017)
60. Geelong (received from Gold Coast in 2017)
61. West Coast (received from St Kilda as part of trade for Tom Hickey)
62. Melbourne (received from North Melbourne as part of trade for Braydon Preuss; received from Sydney for Ryan Clarke; received from Geelong for Gary Rohan; originally received from Brisbane as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy)
63. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle in 2017)
64. Richmond (received from the Western Bulldogs for Sam Lloyd)
65. Fremantle (received from Melbourne as part of Jesse Hogan trade; received from St Kilda for Dean Kent; received from Adelaide via on-trades in 2017)
66. Essendon
67. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide in 2017)
68. Richmond (received from Adelaide for Tyson Stengle; received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from North Melbourne for Aaron Hall)
69. Carlton (received from Geelong in 2017)
70. Geelong (received from Sydney for Jackson Thurlow)
71. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of trade for Will Setterfield)
72. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades in 2017)
73. Adelaide (received from Melbourne in 2017)
74. Richmond
75. Western Bulldogs (received from Collingwood for Jordan Roughead)
76. West Coast

ROUND FIVE

77. Carlton
78. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap)
79. St Kilda
80. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in a pick swap)
81. Fremantle
82. Western Bulldogs
83. Adelaide
84. Essendon
85. Port Adelaide
86. North Melbourne
87. Geelong
88. Sydney
89. Greater Western Sydney 
90. Hawthorn
91. Melbourne
92. Richmond
93. Collingwood
94. West Coast

ROUND SIX

95. Carlton
96. Gold Coast
97. St Kilda
98. Brisbane
99. Fremantle
100. Western Bulldogs
101. Adelaide
102. Essendon
103. Port Adelaide
104. North Melbourne
105. Geelong
106. Sydney
107. Greater Wester n Sydney
108. Hawthorn
109. Melbourne
110. Collingwood
111. West Coast
112. Richmond

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Future picks

Clubs may trade future draft selections. Clubs must only trade selections from the following year's draft.

2019 Draft Selections

Adelaide - 2019 round five draft selection from Carlton via Mitch McGovern trade

Brisbane Lions - 2019 round one draft selection from Collingwood via Dayne Beams trade, 2019 round two draft selection from Gold Coast via pick swap, 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Fremantle via pick swap) from Port Adelaide via Sam Mayes trade

Carlton - 2019 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Mitch McGovern trade

Collingwood

Essendon - 2019 round two draft selection from Greater Western Sydney via Dylan Shiel trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Essendon via Travis Colyer trade

Fremantle

Geelong

Gold Coast - 2019 round one draft selection from Brisbane via pick swap, 2019 round three draft selection from Richmond via Miles-Ellis trade

Greater Western Sydney - 2019 round one draft selection from Essendon via Dylan Shiel trade, 2019 round two draft selection from Carlton via Will Setterfield trade, 2019 round four draft selection (tied to Gold Coast via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Tom Scully trade

Hawthorn - 2019 round three draft selection from Port Adelaide via Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Western Bulldogs via Taylor Duryea trade

Melbourne

North Melbourne

Port Adelaide - 2019 round three draft selection from Hawthorn via Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade, 2019 round four draft selection from North Melbourne via Polec-Pittard trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Gold Coast (tied to Adelaide) via Jack Hombsch trade

Richmond - 2019 round three draft selection from Gold Coast via Miles-Ellis trade

Sydney - 2019 round two draft selection from St Kilda via Dan Hannebery trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Carlton via Nic Newman trade

St Kilda - 2019 round four draft selection from West Coast via Tom Hickey trade

West Coast - 2019 round four draft selection from St Kilda via Tom Hickey trade

Western Bulldogs - 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Hawthorn via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Marcus Adams trade

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Thanks for that WJ.  It would be good to see a version with the "outs" against each club too so the true result can be understood.  Might do it if I get the opportunity.

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