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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022



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This is to bookmark for the future but it currently reflects the indicative 2022 draft order if all teams finish in the same places next year as they did this year (a proposition which I would be happy to accept).

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne
2. Collingwood
3. Gold Coast Suns
4. Adelaide
5. Hawthorn
6. Carlton
7. Richmond
8. Fremantle
9. St Kilda
10. West Coast Eagles
11. Essendon
12. GWS Giants
13. Sydney Swans
14. Western Bulldogs
15. Brisbane Lions
16. Geelong
17. Port Adelaide
18. Sydney Swans

ROUND TWO

19. Richmond
20. Gold Coast Suns
21. Gold Coast Suns
22. Adelaide
23. Hawthorn
24. Carlton
25. Richmond
26. Gold Coast Suns
27. St Kilda
28. West Coast Eagles
29. Essendon
30. GWS Giants
31. Sydney Swans
32. Western Bulldogs
33. Brisbane Lions
34. Geelong
35. West Coast Eagles
36. Melbourne

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs
38. Gold Coast Suns
39. Gold Coast Suns
40. Melbourne
41. Collingwood
42. Geelong
43. Collingwood
44. Hawthorn
45. St Kilda
46. West Coast Eagles
47. Essendon
48. GWS Giants
49. Port Adelaide
50. Collingwood
51. Geelong
52. Geelong
53. Brisbane Lions
54. Melbourne  

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Gold Coast Suns  
57. Hawthorn
58. GWS Giants
59. Geelong
60. Carlton
61. North Melbourne
62. Gold Coast Suns
63. Melbourne
64. Port Adelaide
65. Essendon
66. GWS Giants
67. Sydney Swans
68. Western Bulldogs
69. Brisbane Lions
70. Fremantle
71. Carlton
72. Melbourne

ROUND FIVE

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

 

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5 minutes ago, buck_nekkid said:

A second rounder, two thirds and a fourth.  Makes for a good points swap for a first rounder for a few teams seeking sons of guns (Ashcroft to Lions, Davey to Bummers).  Can see us trading back in.

What, again?

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… and an update after 15 rounds

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne 
2. West Coast Eagles 
3. Essendon 
4. Hawthorn 
5. GWS Giants 
6. Adelaide 
7. Port Adelaide
8. Gold Coast Suns
9. St Kilda
10. Richmond
11. Western Bulldogs
12. Collingwood 
13. Sydney Swans 
14. Carlton  
15. Fremantle 
16. Brisbane Lions
17. Geelong
18. Sydney Swans


ROUND TWO

19. Richmond
20. West Coast Eagles
21. Essendon
22. Hawthorn
23. GWS Giants
24. Adelaide
25. West Coast Eagles
26. Gold Coast Suns
27. St Kilda
28. Richmond 
29. Western Bulldogs
30. Gold Coast Suns
31. Sydney Swans
32. Carlton 
33. Gold Coast Suns
34. Brisbane Lions
35. Geelong
36. Melbourne

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs
38. West Coast Eagles
39. Essendon
40. Collingwood
41. GWS Giants
42. Melbourne 
43. Brisbane Lions
44. Gold Coast Suns
45. St Kilda
46. Collingwood
47. Collingwood
48. Gold Coast Suns
49. Port Adelaide
50. Geelong
51. Hawthorn
52. Geelong
53. Geelong
54. Melbourne  

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Port Adelaide
57. Essendon
58. Geelong
59. GWS Giants
60. GWS Giants 
61. Carlton 
62. Hawthorn
63. Melbourne
64. North Melbourne
65. Western Bulldogs
66. Gold Coast Suns
67. Sydney Swans
68. Carlton
69. Gold Coast Suns
70. Brisbane Lions
71. Fremantle 
72. Melbourne

ROUND FIVE

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

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2 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

still reckon we'll be aiming to trade out of 2023 and into 2022

no point holding onto a first round pick in 2023 with kynan brown likely to command the 'points' of that selection

Is he that good that you think he would go first round.

If Brayshaw goes we will get end of first round pick, shame he is worth more but we can't complain to much that is what hawthorn got for buddy.

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48 minutes ago, drdrake said:

Is he that good that you think he would go first round.

If Brayshaw goes we will get end of first round pick, shame he is worth more but we can't complain to much that is what hawthorn got for buddy.

reports on the underage footy have kynan brown carving it up as an underager currently, so yes, i would think there's every chance he'll be a first round selection in 2023...

rookie me central report on him from three weeks back:

One of the hottest starters on the day, Brown looked like making a menace of himself in midfield. The bottom-aged Melbourne father-son prospect has enjoyed a solid start to his NAB League career and that continued on Saturday, as he drove the Chargers forward with bursts of speed and his sharp left-foot kicking. While that touch of polish could be added, Brown has shown some nice signs as a hard-at-it player who can carve his way forward.

week before in round 8:

In just his second NAB League outing, the bottom-aged Melbourne father-son candidate topped his side’s disposal chart with 25, including four scoring shots. After a steady start, he began to come to prominence with in-and-under work at the contest, producing second and third efforts aplenty to help will the ball out. He also provided a good deal of drive in the second half, bursting forward and kicking a clutch goal to draw level in the final quarter. That touch of polish is something Brown can refine going forward, though his effort was evident.

and from his first run around in round 7:

One for Melbourne fans to watch as a potential father-son candidate, Brown (son of Nathan), produced some exciting moments in his NAB League debut. The hard-at-it midfielder got a run through the engine room and also impacted up forward, snaring two goals from 17 disposals and four inside 50s. Both of Brown’s majors were fair efforts, particularly the second term snap which he seemed pretty pleased with. Still a bottom-ager, there’s some exciting traits to work with.

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Not much change …

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne 
2. West Coast Eagles 
3. Adelaide 
4. GWS Giants 
5. Essendon 
6. Hawthorn 
7. Gold Coast Suns 
8. Port Adelaide 
9. St Kilda 
10. Western Bulldogs 
11. Richmond 
12. Carlton 
13. Sydney Swans 
14. Collingwood 
15. Fremantle 
16. Brisbane Lions 
17. Sydney Swans 
18. Geelong 


ROUND TWO

19. Richmond 
20. West Coast Eagles 
21. Adelaide 
22. GWS Giants 
23. Essendon 
24. Hawthorn 
25. Gold Coast Suns 
26. West Coast Eagles 
27. St Kilda 
28. Western Bulldogs 
29. Richmond 
30. Carlton 
31. Sydney Swans 
32. Gold Coast Suns 
33. Gold Coast Suns 
34. Brisbane Lions
35. Melbourne 
36. Geelong 

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs 
38. West Coast Eagles
39. Melbourne 
40. GWS Giants 
41. Essendon 
42. Collingwood 
43. Gold Coast Suns 
44. Brisbane 
45. St Kilda
46. Collingwood 
47. Collingwood 
48. Geelong 
49. Port Adelaide 
50. Gold Coast
51. Hawthorn 
52. Geelong 
53. Melbourne 
54. Geelong 

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Port Adelaide
57. GWS Giants 
58. GWS Giants 
59. Essendon
60. Geelong 
61. Hawthorn
62. Carlton
63. Melbourne 
64. Western Bulldogs
65. North Melbourne
66. Carlton
67. Sydney Swans
68. Gold Coast Suns
69. Gold Coast Suns
70. Brisbane Lions 
71. Melbourne
72. Fremantle  

ROUND FIVE

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

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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 - END OF HOME AND AWAY MATCHES

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne
2. West Coast Eagles 
3. GWS Giants 
4. Essendon
5. Adelaide
6. Hawthorn
7. Gold Coast Suns
8. Port Adelaide
9. St Kilda
10. Carlton
11. Western Bulldogs
12. Richmond
13. Brisbane Lions 
14. Fremantle
15. Collingwood 
16. Sydney Swans
17. Sydney Swans 
18. Geelong 


ROUND TWO

19. Richmond 
20. West Coast Eagles 
21. GWS Giants
22. Essendon 
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn 
25. Gold Coast Suns 
26. West Coast Eagles 
27. St Kilda 
28. Carlton 
29. Western Bulldogs
30. Richmond
31. Brisbane 
32. Gold Coast Suns 
33. Gold Coast Suns 
34. Sydney Swans
35. Melbourne 
36. Geelong 

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs 
38. West Coast Eagles 
39. GWS Giants 
40. Essendon
41. Melbourne 
42. Collingwood 
43. Gold Coast Suns 
44. Brisbane 
45. St Kilda
46. Geelong  
47. Collingwood 
48. Collingwood  
49. Geelong 
50. Hawthorn
51. Gold Coast Suns
52. Port Adelaide
53. Melbourne 
54. Geelong 

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Port Adelaide 
57. GWS Giants 
58. Essendon
59. GWS Giants
60. Geelong 
61. Hawthorn
62. Carlton
63. Melbourne 
64. Carlton
65. Western Bulldogs
66. North Melbourne
67. Brisbane
68. Gold Coast Suns
69. Gold Coast Suns
70. Sydney Swans
71. Melbourne
72. Fremantle  

ROUND FIVE

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

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If there’s a silver lining from the defeat, it’s a marginal improvement in our draft position. Unfortunately, it’s a minor change and barely makes a difference.

2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne
2. West Coast Eagles 
3. GWS Giants
4. Essendon
5. Adelaide
6. Hawthorn
7. Gold Coast Suns
8. Port Adelaide
9. St Kilda
10. Carlton
11. Western Bulldogs
12. Richmond
13. Fremantle
14. Sydney Swans
15. Brisbane
16. Collingwood 
17. Sydney Swans
18. Geelong 


ROUND TWO

19. Richmond
20. West Coast Eagles 
21. GWS Giants
22. Essendon
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn
25. Gold Coast Suns
26. West Coast Eagles 
27. St Kilda
28. Carlton
29. Western Bulldogs
30. Richmond
31. Gold Coast Suns
32. Melbourne 
33. Brisbane
34. Gold Coast Suns
35. Sydney Swans
36. Geelong 

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs
38. West Coast Eagles 
39. GWS Giants
40. Essendon
41. Melbourne 
42. Collingwood 
43. Gold Coast Suns
44. Brisbane
45. St Kilda
46. Geelong
47. Collingwood 
48. Collingwood 
49. Hawthorn
50. Melbourne 
51. Geelong 
52. Gold Coast Suns
53. Port Adelaide
54. Geelong 

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Port Adelaide
57. GWS Giants
58. Essendon
59. GWS Giants
60. Geelong 
61. Hawthorn
62. Carlton
63. Melbourne 
64. Carlton
65. Western Bulldogs
66. North Melbourne
67. Gold Coast Suns
68. Melbourne 
69. Brisbane
70. Gold Coast Suns
71. Sydney Swans
72. Fremantle

ROUND FIVE

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

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I think we will use 32 and 41. 41 maybe on Emile-Brennan. We will have 2 first round picks for Jackson 8 (Dunkley trade) and 11 ( Lobb trade) would be best case scenarios can't see West Coast geting in on the act and if Bedford goes pick 22 will hopefully suffice. If he stays we won't be using an extra pick.

I predict 8,11, 32 and 41 (for Emile- Brennan). Hopefully Collingwood are up for a future first rounder if not it has to be pick 22 for Bedford. Can't see us getting any lower.

Whispering Jack can you get us some mock drafts?

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9 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

I think we will use 32 and 41. 41 maybe on Emile-Brennan. We will have 2 first round picks for Jackson 8 (Dunkley trade) and 11 ( Lobb trade) would be best case scenarios can't see West Coast geting in on the act and if Bedford goes pick 22 will hopefully suffice. If he stays we won't be using an extra pick.

I predict 8,11, 32 and 41 (for Emile- Brennan). Hopefully Collingwood are up for a future first rounder if not it has to be pick 22 for Bedford. Can't see us getting any lower.

Whispering Jack can you get us some mock drafts?

I cannot see Lobb being worth a first round pick 

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10 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

I think we will use 32 and 41. 41 maybe on Emile-Brennan. We will have 2 first round picks for Jackson 8 (Dunkley trade) and 11 ( Lobb trade) would be best case scenarios can't see West Coast geting in on the act and if Bedford goes pick 22 will hopefully suffice. If he stays we won't be using an extra pick.

I predict 8,11, 32 and 41 (for Emile- Brennan). Hopefully Collingwood are up for a future first rounder if not it has to be pick 22 for Bedford. Can't see us getting any lower.

Whispering Jack can you get us some mock drafts?

If we can get Bedford for 22 then that is a steal IMO (unless there is truth that Kozzie does want to go to SA)

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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 AT END OF SEASON 

ROUND ONE

1. North Melbourne
2. West Coast Eagles 
3. GWS Giants
4. Essendon
5. Adelaide
6. Hawthorn
7. Gold Coast Suns
8. Port Adelaide
9. St Kilda
10. Carlton
11. Western Bulldogs
12. Richmond
13. Fremantle
14. Sydney Swans
15. Brisbane
16. Collingwood 
17. Sydney Swans
18. Geelong 


ROUND TWO

19. Richmond
20. West Coast Eagles 
21. GWS Giants
22. Essendon
23. Adelaide
24. Hawthorn
25. Gold Coast Suns
26. West Coast Eagles 
27. St Kilda
28. Carlton
29. Western Bulldogs
30. Richmond
31. Gold Coast Suns
32. Melbourne 
33. Brisbane
34. Gold Coast Suns
35. Sydney Swans
36. Geelong 

ROUND THREE

37. Western Bulldogs
38. West Coast Eagles 
39. GWS Giants
40. Essendon
41. Melbourne 
42. Collingwood 
43. Gold Coast Suns
44. Brisbane
45. St Kilda
46. Geelong
47. Collingwood 
48. Collingwood 
49. Hawthorn
50. Melbourne 
51. Geelong 
52. Gold Coast Suns
53. Port Adelaide
54. Geelong 

ROUND FOUR

55. North Melbourne
56. Port Adelaide
57. GWS Giants
58. Essendon
59. GWS Giants
60. Geelong 
61. Hawthorn
62. Carlton
63. Melbourne 
64. Carlton
65. Western Bulldogs
66. North Melbourne
67. Gold Coast Suns
68. Melbourne 
69. Brisbane
70. Gold Coast Suns
71. Sydney Swans
72. Fremantle

ROUND FIVE

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

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