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Indicative draft order: post-trade

Trade Wrap | Josh Mahoney General Manager of Football Operations Josh Mahoney provides an overview of the club's 2019 Telstra AFL Trade Period.

THE NAB AFL Draft order has seen plenty of movement throughout the Telstra AFL Trade Period.

But while the trading of players has finished, clubs can still trade picks up until 2pm AEDT on November 22 and then again during the AFL Draft on November 27 and 28.

Gold Coast still has the first two picks in the NAB AFL Draft after the AFL revealed the draft assistance to be provided to the embattled Suns.  

The Suns will also have the first pick in the second round as part of the priority picks agreed to by the AFL Commission. 

Here are your club's picks as they stand:

Indicative draft order
ROUND ONE
GCFC 1. Gold Coast (priority pick)
GCFC 2. Gold Coast
MELB 3. Melbourne
ADEL 4. Adelaide (originally received from Carlton in 2018)
SYD 5. Sydney
GWS 6. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of a pick swap)
FRE 7. Fremantle
MELB 8. Melbourne (received from North Melbourne as part of a pick swap)
CARL 9. Carlton (originally received from Adelaide in 2018)
FRE 10. Fremantle (received from St Kilda as part of Bradley Hill trade; received from Port Adelaide as part of Dougal Howard/Paddy Ryder trade)
HAW 11. Hawthorn
PORT 12. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda as part of Dougal Howard/Paddy Ryder tradereceived by St Kilda from Greater Western Sydney as part of a pick swap; originally received from Essendon in 2018)
WB 13. Western Bulldogs
GEEL 14. Geelong (received from West Coast as part of Tim Kelly trade)
GCFC 15. Gold Coast (originally received from Brisbane in 2018)
BL 16. Brisbane (originally received from Collingwood in 2018)
GEEL 17. Geelong
PORT 18. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda as part of Dougal Howard/Paddy Ryder trade;  received by St Kilda from Greater Western Sydney as part of a pick swap)
RICH 19. Richmond
ROUND TWO
GCFC 20. Gold Coast (priority pick)
BL 21. Brisbane (originally received from Gold Coast in 2018)
FRE 22. Fremantle (received from Melbourne as part of Ed Langdon trade)
ADEL 23. Adelaide (originally received from Carlton in 2018)
GEEL 24. Geelong (received from West Coast as part of Tim Kelly trade; originally received from Sydney in 2018)
SYD 25. Sydney (originally received from St Kilda in 2018)
NMFC 26. North Melbourne (received from Melbourne in a pick swap; received from Fremantle as part of Ed Langdon trade)
NMFC 27. North Melbourne
ADEL 28. Adelaide
PORT 29. Port Adelaide
HAW 30. Hawthorn
ESS 31. Essendon
SYD 32. Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of Zak Jones; receives from Western Bulldogs as part of Josh Bruce trade)
ESS 33. Essendon (received from West Coast as part of Tim Kelly trade)
BL 34. Brisbane
COLL 35. Collingwood
GEEL 36. Geelong
ADEL 37. Adelaide (received from Geelong as part of Josh Jenkins trade; received from Essendon as part of Tim Kelly trade; originally received from Greater Western Sydney in 2018)
RICH 38. Richmond
RICH 39. Richmond (Brandon Ellis free agency compensation)
GWS 40. Greater Western Sydney (Adam Tomlinson free agency compensation)
ROUND THREE
RICH 41. Richmond (originally received from Gold Coast in 2018)
HAW 42. Hawthorn (received from Melbourne as part of the Sam Frost trade)
CARL 43. Carlton
SYD 44. Sydney
ADEL 45. Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs as part of Alex Keath trade; originally received from St Kilda in 2018)
WCE 46. West Coast (received from Brisbane as part of a pick swap; originally received from Fremantle in 2018)
NMFC 47. North Melbourne
BL 48. Brisbane (received from Sydney for Lewy Taylor; received from Carlton in a pick swap; originally received from Adelaide in 2018)
ADEL 49. Adelaide (Cam Ellis-Yolmen free agency compensation)
NMFC 50. North Melbourne (received from Melbourne as part of a pick swap; received from Hawthorn as part of the Sam Frost trade; originally received from Port Adelaide in 2018)
STK 51. St Kilda (received from Western Bulldogs as part of Josh Bruce trade; originally received from Hawthorn in 2018)
BL 52. Brisbane (received from West Coast as part of a pick swap; received from Essendon as part of Tim Kelly trade)
WB 53. Western Bulldogs
HAW 54. Hawthorn (received from Carlton as part of Marc Pittonet trade; received from Sydney as part of a pick swap; originally received from West Coast in 2018)
BL 55. Brisbane
RICH 56. Richmond (received from St Kilda for Dan Butler; received from Sydney as part of Zak Jones trade; received from Collingwood as part of Darcy Cameron trade)
CARL 57. Carlton (received from Essendon as part of Andrew Phillips deal; received from Geelong as part of Tim Kelly trade)
FRE 58. Fremantle (received from St Kilda as part of Bradley Hill trade; received from Geelong for Jack Steven; received from Gold Coast for Zac Smith; originally received from Richmond in 2018)
ROUND FOUR
GWS 59. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of a pick swap; originally received from Gold Coast in 2018)
GWS 60. Greater Western Sydney*
ESS 61. Essendon (received from Carlton as part of Andrew Phillips trade; received from Hawthorn as part of Marc Pittonet trade; received from Melbourne as part of the Sam Frost trade)
COLL 62. Collingwood (received from Sydney as part of Darcy Cameron trade; originally received from Carlton in 2018)
HAW 63. Hawthorn (received from Carlton as part of Marc Pittonet trade; received from Sydney as part of a pick swap)
ESS 64. Essendon (received from Brisbane as part of Tom Cutler trade; received from West Coast as part of pick swap; originally received from St Kilda in 2018)
ESS 65. Essendon (originally received from Fremantle in 2018)
PORT 66. Port Adelaide (originally received from North Melbourne in 2018)
PORT 67. Port Adelaide (originally received from Adelaide in 2018)
PORT 68. Port Adelaide
FRE 69. Fremantle (received from Collingwood as part of James Aish trade; originally received from Hawthorn in 2018)
CARL 70. Carlton (received from Essendon as part of Andrew Phillips deal)
PORT 71. Port Adelaide (originally received from Western Bulldogs in 2018)
BL 72. Brisbane (received from Essendon as part of Tom Cutler trade; received from Carlton as part of Andrew Phillips trade; originally received from West Coast in 2018)
NMFC 73. North Melbourne (originally received from Brisbane in 2018)
COLL 74. Collingwood
RICH 75. Richmond (originally received from Geelong in 2018)
SYD 76. Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of Zak Jones trade; originally received from Greater Western Sydney in 2018)
RICH 77. Richmond

ROUND FIVE
GCFC 78. Gold Coast
FRE 79. Fremantle (received from Melbourne as part of Ed Langdon trade)
GWS 80. Greater Western Sydney (originally received from Carlton in 2018)
SYD 81. Sydney
STK 82. St Kilda
FRE 83. Fremantle
NMFC 84. North Melbourne
CARL 85. Carlton (originally received from Adelaide in 2018)
PORT 86. Port Adelaide
HAW 87. Hawthorn
ESS 88. Essendon
WB 89. Western Bulldogs
GCFC 90. Gold Coast (originally received from West Coast in 2018)
WCE 91. West Coast (received from Brisbane as part of a pick swap)
HAW 92. Hawthorn (originally received from Collingwood in 2018)
GEEL 93. Geelong
GWS 94. Greater Western Sydney
RICH 95. Richmond

* An adjustment to GWS recognising deficit points used in the 2018 NAB AFL Draft (Kieren Briggs), offset by surplus points from the 2015 NAB AFL Draft (Jacob Hopper) moving GWS from third round (55) to fourth round (57).

YOUR CLUB'S 2019 PICKS
MELB 3, 8
2020 DRAFT SELECTIONS TRADED
IN OUT
MELB

- Round two pick (tied to Hawthorn)
- Round four pick (tied to Fremantle)

- Round one pick to North Melbourne
- Round two pick to Fremantle
- Round four pick to Hawthorn