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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022



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Adelaide 5, 23, 77, 95

Brisbane 15, 33, 44, 69, 87

Carlton 10, 28, 62, 64, 82, 100

Coll’wood 16, 42, 47, 48, 88

Essendon 4, 22, 40, 58, 76, 94

Fremantle 13, 72, 85

Geelong 18, 36, 46, 51, 54, 60, 90

Gold Coast 7, 25, 31, 34, 43, 52, 67, 70, 79, 97

GWS 3, 21, 39, 57, 59, 75, 93

Hawthorn 6, 24, 49, 61, 78, 96

Melbourne 32, 41, 50, 63, 68, 86

North Melbourne 1, 55, 66, 73, 91

Port Adel 8, 53, 56, 80, 98

Richmond 12, 19, 30, 84

St Kilda 9, 27, 45, 81, 99

Sydney 14, 17, 35, 71, 89

West Coast 2, 20, 26, 38, 74, 92

Western Bulldogs 11, 29, 37, 65, 83

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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 AFTER DAY ONE OF THE TRADE PERIOD 

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. GWS Giants (Tim Taranto)
13. Fremantle
14. Sydney Swans
15. Brisbane
16. Collingwood 
17. Sydney Swans
18. Geelong 


ROUND TWO

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

ROUND THREE

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

ROUND FOUR

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

ROUND FIVE

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

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Port’s 27 pick =. 703 points versus Melbourne’s picks 33,43, 53 = 1174 points= ruddy ridiculous, MADNESS.

Furthermore, why would one give up pick 53 for nothing , retain 54 and let Port pick before you….pure madness in my opinion.

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3 hours ago, jayceebee31 said:

Port’s 27 pick =. 703 points versus Melbourne’s picks 33,43, 53 = 1174 points= ruddy ridiculous, MADNESS.

Furthermore, why would one give up pick 53 for nothing , retain 54 and let Port pick before you….pure madness in my opinion.

Who cares. The points have no value as we’re not negotiating for a player, furthermore Lamb said we weren’t gonna use the later picks anaway so we basically swapped pick 33 to 27 for free. We get Grundy, that’s the main objective.

The picks from our Jackson trade are the one’s to worry about. I heard we might get pick 13 and NM’s future 2nd 19-21 range) and Freo’s future first.

It might be wishful thinking but this trade would give us 2 good picks for next year’s strong draft.

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9 hours ago, jayceebee31 said:

Port’s 27 pick =. 703 points versus Melbourne’s picks 33,43, 53 = 1174 points= ruddy ridiculous, MADNESS.

Furthermore, why would one give up pick 53 for nothing , retain 54 and let Port pick before you….pure madness in my opinion.

JC you don't understand the difference Betw Draft points vs Draft pick No's.

Thsnk goodness JT and Crew do. 

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7 hours ago, 58er said:

JC you don't understand the difference Betw Draft points vs Draft pick No's.

Thsnk goodness JT and Crew do. 

I understand fully….seems ridiculous in my opinion….I understand this seems to be a weak draft year except for the first 40 or so, but we could have tried to pick ( exchange ) for next year, I repeat, ridiculous in my opinion..

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47 minutes ago, PartyTimeJohnny said:

I have a question for those of you more across the incoming draftees. Lamb said we were specifically after a TOP 7 pick. Does anyone have an idea of who they might be looking to get in the first 7?

I think we would go for Cadman.

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On 10/4/2022 at 8:51 PM, jayceebee31 said:

Port’s 27 pick =. 703 points versus Melbourne’s picks 33,43, 53 = 1174 points= ruddy ridiculous, MADNESS.

Furthermore, why would one give up pick 53 for nothing , retain 54 and let Port pick before you….pure madness in my opinion.

It was pointed out today by John Ralph - we gave up draft picks ( points equal to pick 14 for draft order 27 - as stated , ruddy madness.

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12 hours ago, jayceebee31 said:

It was pointed out today by John Ralph - we gave up draft picks ( points equal to pick 14 for draft order 27 - as stated , ruddy madness.

Not sure what John Ralph is on about as the difference we gave up was worth about pick 38. Can work it out here:

https://www.draftguru.com.au/pick-value-calculator#

https://s.afl.com.au/staticfile/AFL Tenant/AFL/Files/biddingsystemfeedback.pdf

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5 hours ago, The Lobster Effect said:

Not sure what John Ralph is on about as the difference we gave up was worth about pick 38. Can work it out here:

https://www.draftguru.com.au/pick-value-calculator#

https://s.afl.com.au/staticfile/AFL Tenant/AFL/Files/biddingsystemfeedback.pdf

Ralph is totally correct :pick 14 equals 1166 points and we gave away  1174 points .( gaining pick 27= madness ) 

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2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 AT THE END OF THE FREE AGENCY PERIOD AND THE FIRST WEEK OF THE TRADE PERIOD 

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. GWS Giants
13. Fremantle
14. Sydney Swans
15. GWS Giants
16. Collingwood 
17. Sydney Swans
18. GWS Giants


ROUND TWO

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

ROUND THREE

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

ROUND FOUR

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

ROUND FIVE

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

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On 10/8/2022 at 5:33 PM, Whispering_Jack said:

2022 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS 2022 AT THE END OF THE FREE AGENCY PERIOD AND THE FIRST WEEK OF THE TRADE PERIOD 

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. GWS Giants
13. Fremantle
14. Sydney Swans
15. GWS Giants
16. Collingwood 
17. Sydney Swans
18. GWS Giants


ROUND TWO

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

ROUND THREE

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

ROUND FOUR

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

ROUND FIVE

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

Anyone know where an updated list for the future picks for the 2023 draft is located ?

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1 hour ago, Viscount Cardwell said:

Anyone know where an updated list for the future picks for the 2023 draft is located ?

AFL trade tracker.

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42 minutes ago, Viscount Cardwell said:

I'm trying to find out if the F2 from Freo is the original North F2 at around pick 19, 20 ? any idea

 

42 minutes ago, Viscount Cardwell said:

I'm trying to find out if the F2 from Freo is the original North F2 at around pick 19, 20 ? any idea

2nd pick of Freo’s, hopefully around pick 32+or thereabouts.

 

 

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