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That Haw 2nd round pick is looking better and better each week. Frost for pick 21 every day of the week. Great job JM

Our Pick 10 now with North is unlikely to be pushed out much - maybe 2 picks to pick 12.  Pickett for 2020 pick 12 is looking OK - a year of development into him. 

We made the trade with a plan to draft Pickett and on the belief that we would rise up the ladder - looks like things have gone pretty much according to plan.

INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (before the start of the 2020 Trade Period)

ROUND ONE

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

ROUND TWO

22. Adelaide 
23. Hawthorn 
24. Sydney
25. Melbourne 
26. Gold Coast 
27. North Melbourne 
28. Port Adelaide
29. Carlton 
30. Greater Western Sydney 
31. Fremantle  
32. Adelaide 
33. West Coast
34. Port Adelaide 
35. Richmond 
36. Gold Coast
37. Geelong
38. Collingwood
39. Adelaide 

ROUND THREE

40. Western Bulldogs
41. Collingwood
42.  Brisbane
43. Port Adelaide 
44. Greater Western Sydney 
45. Hawthorn
46. Hawthorn 
47. Essendon
48. Hawthorn
49. Adelaide
50. Carlton 
51. Greater Western Sydney 
52. Melbourne 
53. Western Bulldogs 
54. West Coast 
55. Adelaide 
56. Port Adelaide
57. Sydney  
58. Port Adelaide
59. West Coast
60. Richmond 

ROUND FOUR

61. Sydney
62. North Melbourne 
63. St Kilda
64. Hawthorn
65. Adelaide
66. Essendon
67. Melbourne
68. Melbourne
69. Brisbane
70. North Melbourne 
71. Hawthorn 
72. Essendon 
73. Greater Western Sydney 
74. Collingwood
75. Gold Coast
76. St Kilda 
77. Essendon
78. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

79. Adelaide 
80. North Melbourne
81. Sydney 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Gold Coast
84. Essendon
85. Brisbane 
86. Carlton 
87. Greater Western Sydney
88. Melbourne 
89. Western Bulldogs 
90. West Coast 
91. Collingwood 
92. St Kilda
93. Brisbane
94. Port Adelaide
95. Geelong
96. Richmond

* Fremantle have a third selection in Round Six
 

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On 10/27/2020 at 6:09 PM, Toorak said:

Why are we so bad at recruiting.

Maybe we should be targeting recruiters. Eg Geelong or Richmond. It appears they can identify football talent. Unlike Melbourne.

We are decent at drafting quality talent. Last years draft looks a ripper for us. We got Rivers late. He would be a top 10 pick if that draft was done again. Jackson also looks every bit a quality top pick. Looks like we got it right. We needed to after list management overpaid previous years and left us bereft of quality young kids coming through. Thankfully Mahoney and Taylor look to have got last year right. 

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The provisional draft order with 2 days to go in the trade period —

Adelaide 1 9 22 23 40 56 66 80
Brisbane Lions 18 19 53 63 86 94
Carlton 8 30 51 87
Collingwood 16 39 42 75 92
Essendon 6 7 48 67 73 78 85
Fremantle 12 32 55
Geelong 13 15 20 38 96
Gold Coast Suns 5 27 37 76 84
GWS Giants 10 44 52 74 88
Hawthorn 4 24 45 46 49 65 72 83
Melbourne 26 31 33 43 50 68 69 89
North Melbourne 2 11 28 70 71 81
Port Adelaide 29 35 47 57 59 95
Richmond 21 36 61 79 97
St Kilda 17 64 77 93
Sydney 3 25 58 62 82
West Coast Eagles 34 60 91
Western Bulldogs 14 41 54 90

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9 hours ago, FlashInThePan said:

The next move must surely be to parlay them up to a first round pick. There are plenty of clubs that have father/son or nga selections and would trade to split picks and points

You would think so, we have only removed 3 players from our senior list and maybe KK as well.  With list sizes likely to reduce by 2 and us adding Brown will are looking at really only using 3 maybe 4 picks tops, can't see us using any of the picks beyond our current 50 unless for a rookie upgrade.  Would say one of 26/31/33 will be needed for Brown, leaving the other 2 for pick upgrade, hoping for Fremantle's 12, they have 2 players in NGA that will be mid first round pick, if they use 12 in the draft the bids won't be to far after this pick they will be facing a point deficit in 2021.  Also no guarantee a club prior to pick 12 won't bid for one of their NGA players.

The other option is going after Collingwoods future first round pick

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the 2020 Trade Period)

ROUND ONE

1. Adelaide
2. North Melbourne
3. Sydney
4. Hawthorn
5. Gold Coast 
6.Essendon
7. Essendon
8. Essendon
9. Adelaide
10. Greater Western Sydney 
11. North Melbourne 
12. Fremantle 
13. Greater Western Sydney 
14. Collingwood
15. Greater Western Sydney
16. Collingwood 
17. Richmond 

18. Melbourne 
19. Melbourne 
20. Greater Western Sydney 
21. St. Kilda

ROUND TWO

22. Adelaide
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn 
25. Brisbane 
26. Western Bulldogs 
27. Gold Coast Suns
28. Melbourne 
29. Greater Western Sydney
30. North Melbourne 
31. Sydney 
32. Fremantle 
33. Western Bulldogs
34. Sydney
35. Port Adelaide 
36. Richmond 
37. Gold Coast Suns
38. Carlton 
39. North Melbourne
40. Adelaide

ROUND THREE 

41. Western Bulldogs
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Sydney
44. Essendon  
45. Hawthorn 
46. Hawthorn 
47. Port Adelaide 
48. Carlton 
49. Hawthorn 
50. Melbourne 
51. Geelong 
52. Greater Western Sydney 
53. Brisbane 
54. Western Bulldogs 
55. Fremantle 
56. Adelaide 
57. Port Adelaide 
58. Brisbane 
59. Port Adelaide 
60. Sydney 
61. Richmond

ROUND FOUR 

62. West Coast 
63. Brisbane 
64. St Kilda 
65. Collingwood 
66. Adelaide 
67. St Kilda 
68. Brisbane 
69. Brisbane  
70. Collingwood 
71. Collingwood 
72. Hawthorn 
73. Port Adelaide 
74. St Kilda 
75. Collingwood
76. Gold Coast Suns 
77. Essendon 
78. Carlton 
79. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

80. Adelaide 
81. North Melbourne 
82. Sydney 
83. Hawthorn 
84. Gold Coast
85. Essendon
86. West Coast
87. Essendon 
88. Greater Western Sydney 
89. Melbourne 
90. Western Bulldogs 
91. West Coast  
92. Collingwood 
93. St Kilda 
94. Brisbane 
95. Port Adelaide 
96. Geelong 
97. Richmond

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1 hour ago, deebug said:

Has anyone else seen the superfooty twitter with our very own Benny Brown walking on google maps from Arden street to the M.C.G?

I'm sorry i don't know how to post it here, but it's funny.

that was our own social media team that did that

https://twitter.com/melbournefc/status/1326747614700728320?s=20

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21 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the 2020 Trade Period)

ROUND ONE

1. Adelaide
2. North Melbourne
3. Sydney
4. Hawthorn
5. Gold Coast 
6.Essendon
7. Essendon
8. Essendon
9. Adelaide
10. Greater Western Sydney 
11. North Melbourne 
12. Fremantle 
13. Greater Western Sydney 
14. Collingwood
15. Greater Western Sydney
16. Collingwood 
17. Richmond 

18. Melbourne 
19. Melbourne 
20. Greater Western Sydney 
21. St. Kilda

ROUND TWO

22. Adelaide
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn 
25. Brisbane 
26. Western Bulldogs 
27. Gold Coast Suns
28. Melbourne 
29. Greater Western Sydney
30. North Melbourne 
31. Sydney 
32. Fremantle 
33. Western Bulldogs
34. Sydney
35. Port Adelaide 
36. Richmond 
37. Gold Coast Suns
38. Carlton 
39. North Melbourne
40. Adelaide

ROUND THREE 

41. Western Bulldogs
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Sydney
44. Essendon  
45. Hawthorn 
46. Hawthorn 
47. Port Adelaide 
48. Carlton 
49. Hawthorn 
50. Melbourne 
51. Geelong 
52. Greater Western Sydney 
53. Brisbane 
54. Western Bulldogs 
55. Fremantle 
56. Adelaide 
57. Port Adelaide 
58. Brisbane 
59. Port Adelaide 
60. Sydney 
61. Richmond

ROUND FOUR 

62. West Coast 
63. Brisbane 
64. St Kilda 
65. Collingwood 
66. Adelaide 
67. St Kilda 
68. Brisbane 
69. Brisbane  
70. Collingwood 
71. Collingwood 
72. Hawthorn 
73. Port Adelaide 
74. St Kilda 
75. Collingwood
76. Gold Coast Suns 
77. Essendon 
78. Carlton 
79. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

80. Adelaide 
81. North Melbourne 
82. Sydney 
83. Hawthorn 
84. Gold Coast
85. Essendon
86. West Coast
87. Essendon 
88. Greater Western Sydney 
89. Melbourne 
90. Western Bulldogs 
91. West Coast  
92. Collingwood 
93. St Kilda 
94. Brisbane 
95. Port Adelaide 
96. Geelong 
97. Richmond

Anyone think we could package 18 and 19 up for one of Essendon's top 10 picks? Could we get a walk in winger for one of the picks? Cheers.

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12 minutes ago, Boots and all said:

Anyone think we could package 18 and 19 up for one of Essendon's top 10 picks? Could we get a walk in winger for one of the picks? Cheers.

Reckon 19 & 28 for a pick around the 10 mark perhaps?

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (After second list lodgement)

ROUND ONE

1. Adelaide
2. North Melbourne
3. Sydney
4. Hawthorn
5. Gold Coast 
6.Essendon
7. Essendon
8. Essendon
9. Adelaide
10. Greater Western Sydney 
11. North Melbourne 
12. Fremantle 
13. Greater Western Sydney 
14. Collingwood
15. Greater Western Sydney
16. Collingwood 
17. Richmond 
18. Melbourne 
19. Melbourne 
20. Greater Western Sydney 
21. St. Kilda

ROUND TWO

22. Adelaide
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn 
25. Brisbane 
26. Western Bulldogs 
27. Gold Coast Suns
28. Melbourne 
29. Greater Western Sydney
30. North Melbourne 
31. Carlton 
32. Fremantle 
33. Western Bulldogs
34. Sydney
35. Port Adelaide 
36. Richmond 
37. Sydney 
38. Carlton 
39. North Melbourne
40. Adelaide

ROUND THREE 

41. Western Bulldogs
42. Western Bulldogs
43. Sydney
44. Essendon  
45. Hawthorn 
46. Hawthorn 
47. Port Adelaide 
48. Sydney 
49. Hawthorn 
50. Melbourne 
51. Geelong 
52. Greater Western Sydney 
53. Brisbane 
54. Western Bulldogs 
55. Fremantle 
56. Fremantle 
57. Port Adelaide 
58. Brisbane 
59. Port Adelaide 
60. Sydney 
61. Richmond

ROUND FOUR 

62. West Coast 
63. Fremantle 
64. St Kilda 
65. Collingwood 
66. Brisbane 
67. St Kilda 
68. Brisbane 
69. Brisbane  
70. Collingwood 
71. North Melbourne 
72. Hawthorn 
73. Port Adelaide 
74. St Kilda 
75. Collingwood
76. Gold Coast Suns 
77. Essendon 
78. Carlton 
79. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

80. Adelaide 
81. North Melbourne 
82. Sydney 
83. Hawthorn 
84. Gold Coast
85. Essendon
86. West Coast
87. Essendon 
88. Greater Western Sydney 
89. Melbourne 
90. Western Bulldogs 
91. West Coast  
92. Collingwood 
93. St Kilda 
94. Brisbane 
95. Port Adelaide 
96. Geelong 
97. Richmond

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2020 AFL NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER

ROUND ONE

1. Adelaide

2. North Melbourne

3. Sydney

4. Hawthorn

5. Gold Coast 

6.Essendon

7. Essendon

8. Essendon

9. Adelaide

10. Greater Western Sydney 

11. North Melbourne 

12. Fremantle 

13. Greater Western Sydney 

14. Collingwood

15. Greater Western Sydney

16. Collingwood 

17. Richmond

18. Melbourne 

19. Melbourne 

20. Greater Western Sydney 

21. St. Kilda

ROUND TWO

22. Adelaide

23. Adelaide

24. Hawthorn 

25. Brisbane 

26. Greater Western Sydney

27. Geelong

28. Melbourne 

29. Western Bulldogs

30. North Melbourne 

31. Carlton

32. Fremantle 

33. Western Bulldogs

34. Sydney

35. Port Adelaide 

36. Richmond 

37. Sydney

38. Carlton 

39. North Melbourne

40. Adelaide

ROUND THREE 

41. Western Bulldogs

42. Western Bulldogs

43. Sydney

44. Essendon  

45. Hawthorn 

46. Hawthorn 

47. Port Adelaide 

48. Sydney

49. Hawthorn 

50. Melbourne 

51. Geelong 

52. Western Bulldogs

53. Brisbane 

54. Western Bulldogs 

55. Fremantle 

56. Fremantle

57. Port Adelaide 

58. Brisbane 

59. Port Adelaide 

60. Sydney 

61. Richmond

ROUND FOUR 

62. West Coast 

63. Fremantle

64. St Kilda 

65. Collingwood 

66. Collingwood

67. St Kilda 

68. Collingwood

69. Brisbane  

70. Brisbane

71. North Melbourne

72. Hawthorn 

73. Port Adelaide 

74. St Kilda 

75. Collingwood

76. Gold Coast Suns 

77. Essendon 

78. Carlton 

79. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

80. Adelaide 

81. North Melbourne 

82. Sydney 

83. Hawthorn 

84. Gold Coast

85. Essendon

86. West Coast

87. Essendon 

88. Greater Western Sydney 

89. Melbourne 

90. West Coast  

91. Collingwood 

92. St Kilda 

93. Brisbane 

94. Port Adelaide 

95. Geelong 

96. Richmond

ROUND SIX

97. Adelaide

98. North Melbourne

99. Essendon

100. Fremantle

101. Carlton

102. Greater Western Sydney

103. Melbourne

104. West Coast

105. Collingwood

106. St Kilda

107. Geelong

108. Richmond

ROUND SEVEN

109. Adelaide

110. North Melbourne

111. Fremantle

112. Carlton

113. Greater Western Sydney

114. Melbourne

115. West Coast

116. Collingwood

117. Geelong

ROUND EIGHT

118. North Melbourne

119. Fremantle

120. Carlton

121. Greater Western Sydney

122. Collingwood

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On 10/27/2020 at 6:09 PM, Toorak said:

Why are we so bad at recruiting.

Maybe we should be targeting recruiters. Eg Geelong or Richmond. It appears they can identify football talent. Unlike Melbourne.

What are you talking about? 

Maybe a decade or so ago but 2016 onwards has been sensational you plum haha

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