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WJ did you put in the leg work yourself to track all the trades? Great work if so.

The trading period always seems pretty benign until you see that this year the vast majority of the picks between 10 and 50 have changed hands at least once. Some of the have really been for a few spins around the block.

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52 minutes ago, Nasher said:

WJ did you put in the leg work yourself to track all the trades? Great work if so.

The trading period always seems pretty benign until you see that this year the vast majority of the picks between 10 and 50 have changed hands at least once. Some of the have really been for a few spins around the block.

Poor old pick 62 went from Brisbane -> Geelong -> Sydney -> North -> Melbourne. 

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9 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton
2. Gold Coast
3. Gold Coast 
4. St Kilda
5. Port Adelaide 
.................................
6. Gold Coast 
7. Western Bulldogs
8. Adelaide
9. Greater Western Sydney 
10. Port Adelaide
...............................
11. Greater Western Sydney 
12. Geelong
13. Adelaide 
14. Fremantle 
15. Port Adelaide 
16. Adelaide 
17. Richmond
18. Brisbane 
19. Greater Western Sydney
20. West Coast 

ROUND TWO

21. Adelaide 
22. West Coast 
23. Melbourne 
24. Gold Coast 
25. Greater Western Sydney 
26. Sydney 
27. Western Bulldogs 
28. Melbourne
29. Gold Coast
30. Brisbane 
.................................
31. Fremantle
32. Western Bulldogs 
33. Sydney
34. Essendon 
35. Brisbane 
36. St Kilda 
37. Richmond
38. Sydney
39. Sydney 

ROUND THREE

40. Sydney 
41. Collingwood 
42. North Melbourne 
43. Fremantle 
44. Collingwood 
45. Western Bulldogs
46. St Kilda 
47. North Melbourne 
48. North Melbourne 
49. North Melbourne 
50. Geelong
51. Collingwood
52. Greater Western Sydney 
53. Hawthorn
54. Melbourne
55. North Melbourne
56. Brisbane 
57. Collingwood 
58. North Melbourne 

 

Streamlined. Maybe peeps can add the father/son and academy prospects in brackets beside their suitor's' next likely current pick required so we can get an idea of clubs still looking to upgrade. Also, broadly - such upcoming requirements for 2019? 

It's been said that clubs can still trade picks in the coming week or so - does anyone know if that includes futures? 

Future first for us will be projected at 16 or so. 23 plus 16 are worth more than 5. Is there still a coup left in us for 2018? 

I feel that with live draft trading and all the permutations re. high-end SA prospects and interstate basket-cases at the front end of the draft we could be in for a crazy draft night. And we've shown that we've been ahead of the game as to draft alterations before. 

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2 hours ago, Skuit said:

Streamlined. Maybe peeps can add the father/son and academy prospects in brackets beside their suitor's' next likely current pick required so we can get an idea of clubs still looking to upgrade. Also, broadly - such upcoming requirements for 2019? 

It's been said that clubs can still trade picks in the coming week or so - does anyone know if that includes futures? 

Future first for us will be projected at 16 or so. 23 plus 16 are worth more than 5. Is there still a coup left in us for 2018? 

I feel that with live draft trading and all the permutations re. high-end SA prospects and interstate basket-cases at the front end of the draft we could be in for a crazy draft night. And we've shown that we've been ahead of the game as to draft alterations before. 

It seems that trading of picks continues for a month:  Friday, 16 November 2pm: NAB AFL Trade Period closes (for exchange of selections only).  Can't find anywhere that future picks are excluded so I would assume they can be traded as officially we are still in the trade window.

However, I'm assuming future picks cannot be traded during Live Pick Trading at the Draft.  But who knows...

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On 10/18/2018 at 6:54 AM, Nasher said:

WJ did you put in the leg work yourself to track all the trades? Great work if so.

The trading period always seems pretty benign until you see that this year the vast majority of the picks between 10 and 50 have changed hands at least once. Some of the have really been for a few spins around the block.

Only part - during the finals but I took the post trade numbers from the afl site.

As has been mentioned, there will be more changes to come and also, the clubs will have different numbers of vacancies so many of the later picks will change.

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Can we do a deal with the Hawks for Pick 53?

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On 10/17/2018 at 10:09 PM, Whispering_Jack said:

Future picks

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

 

Thanks for that WJ, using your "Ins" from that post, I said I'd add the outgoing future picks to balance the ledger and provide the full context and AFAIK here's the current state of play prior to the conclusion of pick trading and live trading on draft night (the outs don't have the deal status).

Source:
http://www.afl.com.au/news/2018-10-17/trade-period-verdict-how-did-your-club-fare

2019 Draft Selections

Adelaide -

In: 2019 round five draft selection from Carlton via Mitch McGovern trade
Out: 2019 third-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick

Brisbane Lions -

In: 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
Out: 2019 first-round pick

Carlton -

In: 2019 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Mitch McGovern trade
Out: 2019 second-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick, 2019 fifth-round pick

Collingwood

In: nil
Out: 2019 first-round pick

Essendon -

In: 2019 round two draft selection from Greater Western Sydney via Dylan Shiel trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Essendon via Travis Colyer trade
Out: 2019 first-round pick

Fremantle

In: nil
Out: 2019 third-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick

Geelong

In: nil
Out: nil

Gold Coast -

In:: 2019 round one draft selection from Brisbane via pick swap, 2019 round three draft selection from Richmond via Miles-Ellis trade
Out: 2019 second-round pick, 2019 third-round pick, 2019 third-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick

Greater Western Sydney -

In: 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
Out: 2019 second-round pick

Hawthorn -

In: 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
Out: 2019 third-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick

Melbourne

In: nil
Out: nil

North Melbourne

In: nil
Out: 2019 fourth-round pick

Port Adelaide -

In: 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
Out: 2019 third-round pick

Richmond -

In: 2019 round three draft selection from Gold Coast via Miles-Ellis trade
Out: 2019 third-round pick

Sydney -

In: 2019 round two draft selection from St Kilda via Dan Hannebery trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Carlton via Nic Newman trade
Out: nil

St Kilda -

2019 round four draft selection from West Coast via Tom Hickey trade
Out: 2019 second-round pick, 2019 fourth-round pick

West Coast -

In: 2019 round four draft selection from St Kilda via Tom Hickey trade
Out: 2019 fourth-round pick

Western Bulldogs -

In: 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Hawthorn via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Marcus Adams trade
Out: 2019 fourth-round pick

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2019 Draft Selections 

Adelaide 

In: 2019 round five draft selection from Carlton via Mitch McGovern trade

Out: 2019 round three draft selection

2019 round four draft selection, 

Brisbane Lions 

In: 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

Out: 2019 round one draft selection

Carlton 

In: 2019 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Mitch McGovern trade

Out: 2019 round two draft selection

2019 round four draft selection

2019 round five draft selection

Collingwood

In: Nil

Out: 2019 round one draft selection

Essendon 

In: 2019 round two draft selection from Greater Western Sydney via Dylan Shiel trade

2019 round four draft selection from Essendon via Travis Colyer trade

Out: 2019 round one draft selection

Fremantle

In: Nil

Out: 2019 round three draft selection

2019 round four draft selection

Geelong

In: Nil

Out: Nil

Gold Coast 

In:: 2019 round one draft selection from Brisbane via pick swap

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

Out: 2019 round two draft selection

2019 round three draft selection 

2019 round three draft selection 

2019 round four draft selection 

2019 round four draft selection

Greater Western Sydney 

In: 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

Out: 2019 round two draft selection

Hawthorn 

In: 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

Out: 2019 round three draft selection

2019 round four draft selection 

2019 round four draft selection

Melbourne

In: Nil

Out: Nil

North Melbourne

In: Nil

Out: 2019 round four draft selection

Port Adelaide 

In: 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

Out: 2019 round three draft selection

Richmond 

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

Out: 2019 round three draft selection

Sydney 

In: 2019 round two draft selection from St Kilda via Dan Hannebery trade

2019 round four draft selection from Carlton via Nic Newman trade

Out: Nil

St Kilda

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

Out: 2019 round two draft selection

2019 round four draft selection

West Coast 

In: 2019 round four draft selection from St Kilda via Tom Hickey trade

Out: 2019 round four draft selection

Western Bulldogs 

In: 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Hawthorn via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Marcus Adams trade

Out: 2019 round four draft selection

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The above table is a clearer version of Fifty-5’s update for 2019 draft selections. It shows that Collingwood and Essendon have sacrificed next year’s first round picks in much the same way as Melbourne did last year to get Jake Lever. 

If those teams perform well in 2019 then losing those picks won’t be a complete disaster. 

I think the Hawks have used their future picks well to secure their current needs. GWS are well set up for next year despite their salary dumping this year.

FWIW, Melbourne might have a first round pick this year.

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Just for interest - here is a list of the Academy and F/S players in the draft and where some pundits have them. image.png.0d4ac6df0cf3da5b1d1320d4421bd2e9.png

I've seen some mock drafts with North's Tarryn Thomas going in mid 1st round.

With all those 2nd round possibilities, I can see our pick #54 going up the draft to the low 40's and pick #62 up to the low 50's - pick #53 perhaps 🙂

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after first list lodgement)

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton 
2. Gold Coast
3. Gold Coast (compensation for losing restricted free agent Tom Lynch)
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 from 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 (compensation for losing restricted free agent Scott Lycett)

ROUND TWO

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)
COLL
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. Geelong (received from Collingwood in a pick swap; 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. Collingwood (received from Geelong in a pick swap; 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. Collingwood (received from Geelong in a pick swap; 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

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On 10/20/2018 at 7:28 AM, Jibroni said:

Can we do a deal with the Hawks for Pick 53?

Is there a third Macdonald brother in this year’s draft? 🤔

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All media seems to list the following 5 draft picks for us but we've actually got 6 primary list vacancies so we have another live pick in round 6 after 91 if we want go to the maximum of 40 on the list.  Who knows what number it will actually be after all the Academy, F/S and other clubs fill their list vacancies and don't use late picks.  Alternatively if we go to the minimum of 38 then 62 or whatever it becomes will be our last pick.

http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2018-11-05/returning-to-the-track

Draft picks: 23, 28, 54, 62, 91

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4 hours ago, Fifty-5 said:

All media seems to list the following 5 draft picks for us but we've actually got 6 primary list vacancies so we have another live pick in round 6 after 91 if we want go to the maximum of 40 on the list.  Who knows what number it will actually be after all the Academy, F/S and other clubs fill their list vacancies and don't use late picks.  Alternatively if we go to the minimum of 38 then 62 or whatever it becomes will be our last pick.

http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2018-11-05/returning-to-the-track

Draft picks: 23, 28, 54, 62, 91

I’ve never been able to master a complete understanding of how the bidding system works for f-s/academy picks. Let’s say a club nominates Toby Bedford at 31. Do I take it that if we bid for him, we would have to then give up picks worth the equivalent to the points allocated for pick #31? If so, that would leave us having used 23 & 28, taken Bedford and our next pick becomes 91 or its equivalent? 

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11 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

I’ve never been able to master a complete understanding of how the bidding system works for f-s/academy picks. Let’s say a club nominates Toby Bedford at 31. Do I take it that if we bid for him, we would have to then give up picks worth the equivalent to the points allocated for pick #31? If so, that would leave us having used 23 & 28, taken Bedford and our next pick becomes 91 or its equivalent? 

Yes I believe that's correct Jack, we get a 20% discount on the points at the pick he's selected.  And you also may get "change" from the picks we use.

One important recent change is that you can only use picks that correspond to list vacancies byou have.  This stops clubs using 7 picks in the 40s to match a 1st rounder when they only have 3 list vacancies.  If we do use say 54 and 62 on Bedford and want to fill all 6 spots we'd have 2 picks after 91.

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One implication of the above is that you have to go into points deficit the following year if you can't match with list vacancy picks from this year and that devalues your next year picks which is highly undesirable.

Pick points go to zero at pick 74.  An interesting scenario is if a team bids on Bedford at pick 63 just after we use 62. Pick 63 is 112 points and pick 91 is worth nothing so we'd have to go into 2019 points deficit.  We don't want that to happen so I think that means if we want Bedford we have to take him at 62.  That sounds fine to me but could get tricky in other similar scenarios.

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3 hours ago, Fifty-5 said:

  We don't want that to happen so I think that means if we want Bedford we have to take him at 62.  That sounds fine to me but could get tricky in other similar scenarios.

I think Bedford will be bid for somewhere in the 30-50 range, otherwise we wouldn't have done the pick swap for 28 with St Kilda.

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DRAFT ORDER (Day 1 - AFL National Draft)

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 from 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. Geelong (received from Collingwood in a pick swap; 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. Collingwood (received from Geelong in a pick swap; 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. Collingwood (received from Geelong in a pick swap; 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. West Coast

ROUND FIVE

76. Carlton
77. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap)
78. St Kilda
79. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in a pick swap)
80. Adelaide
81. Essendon
82. Port Adelaide
83. Geelong
84. Sydney
85. Greater Western Sydney 
86. Hawthorn
87. Melbourne
88. Richmond

ROUND SIX

89. Essendon
90. Port Adelaide
91. Geelong
92. Greater Western Sydney 
93. Hawthorn
94. Melbourne

ROUND SEVEN

95. Essendon
96. Hawthorn

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On 10/21/2018 at 7:02 AM, Whispering_Jack said:

The above table is a clearer version of Fifty-5’s update for 2019 draft selections. It shows that Collingwood and Essendon have sacrificed next year’s first round picks in much the same way as Melbourne did last year to get Jake Lever. 

If those teams perform well in 2019 then losing those picks won’t be a complete disaster. 

I think the Hawks have used their future picks well to secure their current needs. GWS are well set up for next year despite their salary dumping this year.

FWIW, Melbourne might have a first round pick this year.

Nice Prep Jock...  you love this club.

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DRAFT SELECTIONS 2018 AFL NATIONAL DRAFT

ROUND ONE

1. Carlton Sam Walsh Midfielder, 183cm, 74kg, Geelong Falcons
2. Gold Coast Jack Lukosious Key forward, 194cm, 85kg, Woodville-West Torrens
3. Gold Coast Izak Rankine Midfielder, 180cm, 76kg, West Adelaide
4. St Kilda Max King Key forward, 201cm, 84kg, Sandringham Dragons
5. Port Adelaide Connor Rozee Midfielder, 184cm, 72kg, North Adelaide
6. Gold Coast Ben King King Key forward/defender, 202cm, 85kg, Sandringham Dragons
7. Western Bulldogs Bailey Smith Midfielder, 184cm, 79kg, Sandringham Dragons
8. North Melbourne Tarryn Thomas Midfielder, 189cm, 73kg, North Launceston
9. Adelaide Chayce Jones Midfielder, 180cm, 74kg, Launceston
10. Sydney Nick Blakey Forward/midfielder, 195cm, 85kg, NSW-ACT/Sydney Swans
11. Greater Western Sydney Jye Caldwell  Midfielder, 184cm, 78kg, Bendigo Pioneers
12. Port Adelaide Zak Butters Midfielder, 181cm, 70kg, Western Jets
13. Collingwood Isaac Quaynor Defender, 182cm, 82kg, Oakleigh Chargers
14. Greater Western Sydney Jackson Hately Tall utility, 190cm, 81kg, Central District
15. Geelong Jordan Clark Defender, 185cm, 81kg, Claremont
16. Adelaide Ned McHenry Midfielder/forward, 176cm, 71kg, Geelong Falcons
17. Fremantle Sam Sturt Forward, 189cm, 74kg, Dandenong Stingrays
18. Port Adelaide Xavier Duursma Midfielder/defender, 185cm, 71kg, Gippsland Power
19. Carlton Liam Stocker Midfielder, 184cm, 83kg, Sandringham Dragons 
20. Richmond Riley Collier-Dawkins Midfielder, 193cm, 88kg, Oakleigh Chargers
21. Brisbane Ely Smith Midfielder, 188cm, 86kg, Murray Bushrangers 
22. Greater Western Sydney Xavier O’Halloran Midfielder, 186cm, 82kg, Western Jets

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DRAFT ORDER (Day 2 - AFL National Draft)

END OF ROUND ONE

23. West Coast 

ROUND TWO

24. Adelaide 
25. Sydney 
26. Melbourne
27. Gold Coast
28. Greater Western Sydney
29. West Coast
30. Western Bulldogs
31. Melbourne

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