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2021 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2021



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19 hours ago, Demon Forever said:

Dees after pick 19 from the suns

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Among the other clubs to come forward for the Suns' pick 19, which they were officially granted last week as part of the AFL's concession package, is Melbourne.

The 2021 premiers' first pick for this year's draft is No.33 but the Demons are interested in grabbing the Suns' pick 19 in a deal that would require Melbourne to offload its future first-round pick.

The Demons' have shown their strategy at moving up the draft board in recent years and last year traded their future-first selection to ensure they had two first-round picks at the 2020 intake, which saw them land premiership player Jake Bowey and Bailey Laurie.

It would be a boon for the Demons to get up the board, with the Suns actively moving the selections due to their strong list position. Gold Coast has also already secured extra second, third and fourth-round picks for next year's draft as part of their day one deal with Collingwood.

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18 hours ago, A F said:

From the AFL site

Among the other clubs to come forward for the Suns' pick 19, which they were officially granted last week as part of the AFL's concession package, is Melbourne.

The 2021 premiers' first pick for this year's draft is No.33 but the Demons are interested in grabbing the Suns' pick 19 in a deal that would require Melbourne to offload its future first-round pick.

The Demons' have shown their strategy at moving up the draft board in recent years and last year traded their future-first selection to ensure they had two first-round picks at the 2020 intake, which saw them land premiership player Jake Bowey and Bailey Laurie.

It would be a boon for the Demons to get up the board, with the Suns actively moving the selections due to their strong list position. Gold Coast has also already secured extra second, third and fourth-round picks for next year's draft as part of their day one deal with Collingwood.

Can you smell what Jason "Rock" Taylor is cooking?

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6 minutes ago, Demon Forever said:

Can you smell what Jason "Rock" Taylor is cooking?

Someone like Toby Conway should be around that pick 19, a developing Tall Ruck that we can take our time to develop.

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (at the end of the AFL Trade Period) Points in red

ROUND ONE 

1. North Melbourne 3,000
2. GWS Giants (received from Collingwood in 2020) 2,517
3. Gold Coast 2234
4. Adelaide 2,034
5. Hawthorn 1,878
6. Fremantle (received from Carlton as part of Adam Cerra trade) 1,751
7. Richmond 1,644
8. Fremantle 1,551
9. St Kilda 1,469
10. West Coast 1,395
11. Essendon 1,329
12. Port Adelaide (received from Sydney as part of Peter Ladhams trade) 1,268
13. GWS Giants 1,212
14. Brisbane Lions 1,161
15. Richmond (received from Geelong in 2020) 1,112
16. Sydney (received from Port Adelaide as part of Peter Ladhams trade) 1,067
17. Melbourne (received from Western Bulldogs as part of a pick swap) 1,025
18. Brisbane Lions (received from Melbourne in 2020) 985

ROUND TWO 

19. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast as part of Will Brodie trade; originally part of assistance package in 2019) 948
20. North Melbourne 912
21. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood in 2020) 878
22. Geelong (received from Fremantle as part of Jordan Clark trade; originally received from Collingwood in a pick swap; originally received from Gold Coast in a pick swap) 845
23. Western Bulldogs (received from Adelaide as part of a pick swap) 815
24. Hawthorn 785
25. Carlton 756
26. Richmond 729
27. Collingwood (received from Fremantle in a pick swap) 703
28. Richmond (received from St Kilda in 2020) 677
29. West Coast 653
30. Geelong (received from Essendon in 2020) 629
31. Sydney 606
32. Geelong (received from GWS Giants in 2020) 584
33. Adelaide (received from Melbourne as part of a pick swap; originally received from Brisbane in 2020) 563
34. Geelong 542
35. West Coast (received from Port Adelaide in 2020) 522
36. Collingwood (received from Western Bulldogs in 2020) 502
37. Melbourne (received from Adelaide as part of a pick swap; originally received from Melbourne in 2020) 483

ROUND THREE

38. Richmond (received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Mabior Chol to Gold Coast) 465
39. Sydney (received as compensation for losing restricted free agent George Hewett to Carlton) 446         40. Richmond (received from North Melbourne as part of Robbie Tarrant-Callum Coleman-Jones trade) 429
41. Brisbane Lions (received from Geelong as part of Darcy Fort trade; originally received from Collingwood as part of Nathan Kreuger trade) 412
42. North Melbourne (received from Richmond as part of Robbie Tarrant-Callum Coleman-Jones trade; originally received from Gold Coast in 2020) 395
43. Western Bulldogs (received from Collingwood for Pat Lipinski; originally received from Adelaide in 2020) 378
44. Western Bulldogs (received from Adelaide as part of a pick swap; originally received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Jake Kelly to Essendon) 362
45. Western Bulldogs (received from Melbourne as part of a pick swap; originally received from Hawthorn in 2020) 347
46. Collingwood (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Carlton in 2020) 331
47. North Melbourne (received from Richmond as part of Robbie Tarrant-Callum Coleman-Jones trade) 316
48. Collingwood (received from Fremantle in 2020) 302
49. Melbourne (received from St Kilda as part of a pick swap) 287
50. Geelong (received from Brisbane as part of Darcy Fort trade; originally received from West Coast in 2020) 273
51. Essendon 259
52. Western Bulldogs (received from West Coast as part of Lewis Young trade; originally received from Sydney in 2020) 246
53. GWS Giants 233
54. Brisbane Lions 220
55. Collingwood (received from Geelong as part of Nathan Kreuger trade) 207
56. Essendon (received from Port Adelaide in 2020) 194
57. Melbourne (received from Western Bulldogs in 2020) 182
58. Collingwood (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Melbourne in 2020) 170

ROUND FOUR 

59. Hawthorn (received from North Melbourne in 2020) 158
60. Brisbane Lions (received from Collingwood in 2020) 146
61. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast as part of Will Brodie trade) 135
62. St Kilda (received from Adelaide as part of a pick swap) 123
63. Port Adelaide (received from Hawthorn in 2020) 112
64. Carlton 101
65. Hawthorn (received from Richmond in 2020) 90
66. St Kilda (received from Adelaide as part of a pick swap; originally received from Fremantle in 2020) 80
67. St Kilda 69
68. West Coast 59
69. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast as part of Will Brodie trade; originally received from Essendon in 2020) 49
70. Sydney 39
71. GWS Giants 29
72. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane Lions in 2020) 19
73. Port Adelaide (received from Geelong in 2020) 9
74. Port Adelaide 
75. Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs as part of a pick swap) 
76. Brisbane Lions (received from Melbourne in 2020)

ROUND FIVE 

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

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