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2024 NATIONAL DRAFT ORDER AND SELECTIONS



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Yes - it’s probably a little early and the placings are a bit skewed because of the fixture … but people are already speculating, so here are the current picks with points attached to each ~

ROUND ONE

1 West Coast Eagles (3,000)
2 Hawthorn (2,517)
3 North Melbourne (2,234)
4 Fremantle (2,034) received from Collingwood in 2023
5 Richmond (1,878)
6 Adelaide (1,751)
7 Brisbane Lions (1,644)
8 Essendon (1,551)
9 Gold Coast Suns (1,469) received from Western Bulldogs in 2023
10 St Kilda (1,395)
11 Gold Coast Suns (1,329)
12 Carlton (1,268)
13 Geelong (1,212)
14 Fremantle (1,161)
15 Melbourne (1,112)
16 Fremantle (1,067) received from Port Adelaide in 2023
17 Sydney Swans (1,025)
18 GWS Giants (985)
19 Sydney Swans (948) received from North Melbourne in 2023, received from AFL as compensation in 2023
20 Gold Coast Suns (912) received from North Melbourne in 2023, received from AFL as compensation in 2023

ROUND TWO

21 West Coast Eagles (878)
22 Collingwood (845) received from Hawthorn in 2023
23 North Melbourne (815)
24 Hawthorn (785) received from Collingwood in 2023
25 Richmond (756)
26 GWS Giants (729) received from Adelaide in 2023
27 Gold Coast Suns (703) received from Hawthorn in 2023, received from Brisbane in 2023
28 Essendon (677)
29 Western Bulldogs (653)
30 Fremantle (629) received from St Kilda in Liam Henry trade
31 Gold Coast (606)
32 Carlton 31 (584)
33 Geelong (563)
34 Richmond (542) received from Port Adelaide in 2023, received from Fremantle in 2023
35 Adelaide (522) received from Melbourne in 2023 for Shane McAdam
36 Port Adelaide (502)
37 Melbourne (483) received from Sydney in 2023 for Brodie Grundy
38 St Kilda (465) received from GWS Giants in 2023

ROUND THREE 

39 Richmond (446) received from West Coast in 2023
40 Collingwood (429) received from Hawthorn in 2023
41 North Melbourne (412)
42 Collingwood (395)
43 Richmond (378)
44 Adelaide (362)
45 Brisbane Lions (347)
46 Gold Coast Suns (331) received from Carlton in 2023, received from Essendon in 2023
47 Melbourne (316)
48 Melbourne (302)
49 Western Bulldogs (287)
50 St Kilda (273) received by the Western Bulldogs in 2023 received from St Kilda received from Gold Coast in 2023 received from Carlton in 2023
51 Geelong (259)
52 Richmond (246)
53 St Kilda (233) received from Fremantle in 2023 received from Melbourne in 2023
54 Port Adelaide (220)
55 Sydney Swans (207)
56 GWS Giants (194)

ROUND FOUR 

57 West Coast Eagles (182)
58 Brisbane Lions (170) received from Hawthorn in 2023
59 North Melbourne (158)
60 Richmond (146) received from Essendon in 2023, received from Hawthorn in 2023, received from Collingwood in 2023
61 Richmond (135)
62 Adelaide (123)
63 Brisbane Lions (112)
64 North Melbourne (111) received from Port Adelaide in 2023, received from Essendon in 2023
65 Carlton (90) received from the Bulldogs in 2023
66 Fremantle (80) received from St Kilda in Liam Henry trade
67 Carlton (69) received from Gold Coast in 2023
68 Port Adelaide (59) received from Essendon in 2023, received from Carlton in 2023
69 Geelong (49)
70 Carlton (39) received from St Kilda in 2023, received from Frementle in Liam Henry trade
71 Melbourne (29)
72 Richmond (19) received from Port Adelaide in 2023
73 Sydney Swans (9)
74 GWS Giants (0)

Club by club (selections and points)

Adelaide 6, 35, 44, 62 (2758) 
Brisbane Lions 7, 45, 58, 63 (2,273)
Carlton 12, 32, 65, 67, 70 (2,050)
Collingwood 22, 40, 42 (1,669)
Essendon 8, 28 (2,228)
Fremantle 4, 14, 16, 30, 66 (4,971)
Geelong 13, 33, 51, 69 (2,083)
Gold Coast Suns 9, 11, 20, 27, 31, 46 (5,350)
GWS Giants 18, 26, 56, 74 (1,908)
Hawthorn 2, 24 (3,302)
Melbourne 15, 37, 47, 48, 71 (2,242)
North Melbourne 3, 23, 41, 59, 64 (3,720)
Port Adelaide 36, 54, 68 (781)
Richmond 5, 25, 34, 39, 43, 52, 60, 61, 72 (4546)
St Kilda 10, 38, 50, 53 (2,366)
Sydney Swans 17, 19, 55, 73 (2,189) 
West Coast 1, 21, 57 (4,060)
Western Bulldogs 29, 49 (940)

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