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Indicative draft order

November 20, 2017 12:23 PM

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Below is the indicative order of selection for the 2017 NAB AFL Draft following the trade period.

The draft will be held in Sydney on Friday, November 24. 

Rookie list promotions are included among the compulsory minimum of three selections that each club must have at the draft, but the names of these players will not be formally read out at the draft.

Each pick is given a points value as part of the AFL's bidding system for father-son and academy prospects.

Note: Port Adelaide will not receive any compensation for the loss of Jackson Trengove, after later taking in Tom Rockliff and Steven Motlop as a free agents.

Indicative draft order

ROUND ONE
BL 1. Brisbane Lions
FREM 2. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast via Lachie Weller trade)
CARL 3. Carlton
NMFC 4. North Melbourne
FRE 5. Fremantle
COLL 6. Collingwood
STK 7. St Kilda (received from Hawthorn in 2016)
STK 8. St Kilda
WB 9. Western Bulldogs
CARL 10. Carlton (received from Adelaide via Bryce Gibbs trade, originally received from Melbourne via Jake Lever trade)
GWS 11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon via Devon Smith trade)
ADEL 12. Adelaide (received from Brisbane Lions for Charlie Cameron, originally received from Port Adelaide in 2016)
WCE 13. West Coast
SYD 14. Sydney
BL 15. Brisbane Lions (received from Richmond via pick swap, originally received from Geelong in 2016, via Carlton and GWS on-trades)
WB 16. Western Bulldogs (received from Carlton via pick swap, originally received from Adelaide via Bryce Gibbs trade)
RICH 17. Richmond

 

END OF ROUND ONE
BL 18. Brisbane Lions (received as compensation for free agent Tom Rockliff)
GCFC 19. Gold Coast (received from Geelong as part of Gary Ablett trade, originally received as compensation for free agent Steven Motlop)

 

ROUND TWO
RICH 20. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap)
WCE 21. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap)
GEEL 22. Geelong (received from Carlton in 2016)
NMFC 23. North Melbourne
GEEL 24. Geelong (received from Gold Coast as part of Gary Ablett trade, originally received from Fremantle in 2016)
RICH 25. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap, received from Western Bulldogs via Josh Schache trade, received from Essendon via Jake Stringer strade; received from GWS as part via Devon Smith trade, originally received from Collingwood in 2016)
WCE 26. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap, originally received from Hawthorn in 2016)
GWS 27. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda in 2016) 
GWS 28. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton for Matthew Kennedy, originally received from Western Bulldogs via pick swap)
MELB 29. Melbourne
CARL 30. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs via pick swap, originally received from Essendon via Jake Stringer strade)
MELB 31. Melbourne (received from Port Adelaide via Jack Watts trade)
WCE 32. West Coast
SYD 33. Sydney
STK 34. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide via pick swap, received from Hawthorn as part of Jarman Impey trade, originally received from GWS in 2016)
GEEL 35. Geelong
MELB 36. Melbourne (received from Adelaide via Jake Lever trade)
WCE 37. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap, originally received from Richmond in 2016)

 

ROUND THREE
COLL 38. Collingwood (received from the Brisbane Lions in 2016)
ADEL 39. Adelaide (received from Gold Coast via Harrison Wigg trade)
BL 40. Brisbane Lions (received from Westerm Bulldogs via Josh Schache trade, received from Carlton via pick swap)
GCFC 41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle via Lachie Weller trade, received from Western Bulldogs trade for Hayden Crozier, originally from North Melbourne in 2016)
FRE 42. Fremantle
HAW 43. Hawthorn (received from Brisbane Lions via Luke Hodge trade)
BL 44. Brisbane Lions (received from Hawthorn via Luke Hodge trade, originally received from Collingwood in 2016)
STK 45. St Kilda
PORT 46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne via pick swap; originally received from Western Bulldogs in 2016)
MELB 47. Melbourne
ESS 48. Essendon
PORT 49. Port Adelaide
GCFC 50. Gold Coast (received from West Coast via pick swap)
SYD 51. Sydney
BL 52. Brisbane Lions (received from Richmond via pick swap, originally received from Greater Western Sydney in 2016)
RICH 53. Richmond (received from Geelong for future third-round pick)
GCFC 54. Gold Coast (received from Adelaide via Harrison Wigg trade)
RICH 55. Richmond

 

ROUND FOUR
COLL 56. Collingwood (received from the Brisbane Lions in 2016)
GWS 57. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle as part of Nathan Wilson trade, originally received from Gold Coast in 2016)
GEEL 58. Geelong (received from Carlton via Darcy Lang trade)
PORT 59. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda via pick swap, originally received from North Melbourne in 2016, via Western Bulldogs on-trade)
FRE 60. Fremantle
COLL 61. Collingwood
PORT 62. Port Adelaide (received from Hawthorn via Jarman Impey trade)
PORT 63. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda via pick swap)
NMFC 64. North Melbourne (received from Western Bulldogs in 2016)
GWS 65. Greater Western Sydney* (original pick No.15 slides down after 1000-point penalty)
FRE 66. Fremantle (received from Melbourne via Harley Balic trade)
ESS 67. Essendon
HAW 68. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide via Jarman Impey trade)
WCE 69. West Coast
FRE 70. Fremantle (received from GWS via Nathan Wilson trade)
GEEL 71. Geelong
CARL 72. Carlton (received from Adelaide via Bryce Gibbs trade)

* The Giants will lose their first pick as a result of the 1000-point penalty placed on them due to the Lachie Whitfield affair. 

ROUND FIVE
HAW 73. Hawthorn (received from Brisbane Lions via Luke Hodge trade)
GCFC 74. Gold Coast
ADEL 75. Adelaide (received from Carlton via Bryce Gibbs trade)
NMFC 76. North Melbourne
FRE 77. Fremantle
HAW 78. Hawthorn
WB 79. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda in 2016)
FRE 80. Fremantle (received from Western Bulldogs via Hayden Crozier trade)
ESS 81. Essendon
PORT 82. Port Adelaide
WCE 83. West Coast
SYD 84. Sydney
GWS 85. Greater Western Sydney
GEEL 86. Geelong
NMFC 87. North Melbourne (received from Adelaide via Sam Gibson trade)

 

ROUND SIX
GCFC 88. Gold Coast
PORT 89. Port Adelaide (received from Carlton via Matthew Lobbe trade)
FRE 90. Fremantle
HAW 91. Hawthorn
SYD 92. Sydney
GWS 93. Greater Western Sydney
ADEL 94. Adelaide

 

ROUND SEVEN
CARL 95. Carlton

 

ROUND EIGHT
CARL 96. Carlton