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2023 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS


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ROUND ONE 

1. West Coast Eagles - Harley Reid Midfielder/Forward, Bendigo Pioneers, 187cm, 85kg 
2. North Melbourne - Colby McKercher Midfielder, Tasmania Devils, 180cm, 76kg
3. Gold Coast Suns - Jed Walter Key forward, Suns Academy, 194cm, 97kg 
4. North Melbourne - Zane Duursma Midfielder/Forward, Gippsland Power, 189cm,
79kg 
5. Hawthorn - Nick Watson Forward, Eastern Ranges, 170cm, 68kg 
6. Western Bulldogs - Ryley Sanders Midfielder, Sandringham Dragons/Tasmania, 185cm, 86kg 
7. Melbourne - Caleb Windsor Midfielder, Eastern Ranges, 185cm, 74kg 
8. Adelaide - Daniel Curtin Key defender, Claremont, 197cm, 95kg 
9. Gold Coast - Ethan Read Ruck, Suns Academy, 202cm, 92kg 
10. Essendon - Nate Caddy Key forward, Northern Knights, 193cm, 88kg 
 11. Geelong - Connor O'Sullivan Key defender, Murray Bushrangers, 198cm, 92kg 
12. GWS Giants - Phoenix Gothard Forward, Murray Bushrangers, 178cm, 72kg 
13. Melbourne - Koltyn Tholstrup Forward/midfielder, Subiaco, 186cm, 86kg 
14. Gold Coast Suns - Jake Rogers Midfielder, Suns Academy, 171cm, 69kg 
15. Western Bulldogs - Jordan Croft Key forward, Calder Cannons, 201cm, 81kg 
16. Sydney Swans - Will Green Ruck, Northern Knights. 204cm. 93kg 
17. GWS Giants - James Leake Defender-forward, Tasmania Devils, 187cm, 77kg 
18. St Kilda - Darcy Wilson Midfielder-forward, Murray Bushrangers, 176cm, 74kg 
19. Hawthorn - Will McCabe Key defender, Central District, 197cm, 86kg
20. North Melbourne - Taylor Goad Ruck, South Adelaide, 206cm, 97kg 
21. Adelaide - Charlie Edwards Midfielder/Defender, Sandringham Dragons, 191cm, 85kg 
22. North Melbourne - Wil Dawson Utility, Gippsland Power, 200cm, 86kg
23. North Melbourne - Riley Hardeman Defender, Swan Districts, 185cm, 75kg 
24. Sydney Swans - Caiden Cleary Midfielder, Swans Academy, 182cm, 79kg 
25. Collingwood - Harry DeMattia Utility, Dandenong Stingrays, 184cm, 77kg  
26. Gold Coast - Will Graham Midfielder/defender, Suns Academy, 186cm, 81kg 
27. Adelaide - Oscar Ryan Defender, Murray Bushrangers, 187cm, 77kg 
28. St Kilda - Lance Collard Forward, Subiaco, 180cm, 65kg
29. Carlton - Ashton Moir Forward, Glenelg, 187cm, 85kg

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 According to the Herald Sun, this is the order for Day Two of the Draft  My guess is that there will be some passing as the evening drags on and there's space for rookie upgrades.

ROUND TWO

30. West Coast Eagles
31. Brisbane Lions
32. Geelong
33. St Kilda
34. Carlton
35. Richmond
36. Geelong
37. Collingwood
38. Fremantle
39. Essendon
40. West Coast Eagles
41. Fremantle
42. Brisbane Lions
43. Richmond
44. GWS Giants
45. Western Bulldogs

ROUND THREE

46. Hawthorn
47. Western Bulldogs
48. North Melbourne 
49. West Coast Eagles
50. GWS Giants
51. Gold Coast Suns
52. Hawthorn

ROUND FOUR

53. Hawthorn
54. Gold Coast Suns
55. Richmond
56. Gold Coast
57. Richmond
58. Western Bulldogs
59. Sydney Swans
60. Carlton
61. Gold Coast
62. Port Adelaide
63. Geelong
64. GWS Giants
65. Collingwood

ROUND FIVE

66. West Coast Eagles
67. Fremantle
68. Geelong
69. Gold Coast Suns
70. Sydney Swans
71. Sydney Swans
72. St Kilda
73. Hawthorn
74. Melbourne
75. Geelong
76. Collingwood

ROUND SIX

77. Geelong
78. St Kilda
79. Port Adelaide
80. Collingwood

ROUND SEVEN

81. Geelong
82. St Kilda
83. Port Adelaide
84. Gold Coast Suns
85. Fremantle
86. Essendon
87. Western Bulldogs
88. Melbourne
89. Brisbane Lions

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kent said:

who is likely to be pick 42?

 

Going by the list you'd have to ask Brisbane.

Our original pick 42 got traded to St kilda (for a f3) and St kilda then packaged it up for Gold Coast pick 27.

42 then disappeared in matching Academy bids.

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