WITH the fun and drama of the AFL Trade and Free Agency period about to begin, the AFL has confirmed this year's official draft order.
After the heartbreak of losing this year's Grand Final, Geelong currently owns three first-round picks and will be a big player in the Trade Period with Jeremy Cameron and Shaun Higgins set to join the club.
Adelaide and North Melbourne both have two picks inside the top 10, while Brisbane also has two picks in the first round.
Fremantle's first pick slides back to No.10 due to a deficit last year, while GWS and Port Adelaide also move back in the second round because of a deficit.
With the free agency window set to begin on Friday, the below order will change as compensation picks are revealed.
The Trade Period official begins on November 4, while the NAB AFL Draft will be held during the week commencing December 7.
23, 47, 62, 63, 83, 101
As of 26 October.
One for your calendars, Dees fans. ??— Melbourne Demons (@melbournefc) October 26, 2020
All the dates to be across this off-season. ??
Full draft order
|8||Adelaide (received from GWS in 2019)|
|9||North Melbourne (received from Melbourne in 2019)|
|11||Geelong (mid-round concession pick received from Gold Coast in 2019)|
|13||Geelong (received from West Coast in 2019)|
|17||Brisbane (received from Port Adelaide in 2019)|
*Fremantle's first pick was adjusted due to a 264.9 deficit from 2019
|21||Hawthorn (received from North Melbourne in 2019)|
|23||Melbourne (received from Hawthorn in 2019)|
|25||North Melbourne (received from Essendon in 2019)|
|26||Port Adelaide (received from Fremantle in 2019)|
|28||Fremantle (received from Melbourne in 2019)|
|29||Adelaide (received from the Western Bulldogs in 2019)|
|31||Port Adelaide (tied to Collingwood, on-traded by Brisbane in 2019)|
|32||Richmond (tied to St Kilda, on-traded by Collingwood, Fremantle in 2019)|
|33||Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in 2019)|
|35||Collingwood (received from Richmond in 2019)|
|36||Western Bulldogs (received from Adelaide in 2019)|
|37||Collingwood (tied to North Melbourne, on-traded by GWS in 2019)|
|38||Brisbane (received from Sydney in 2019)|
|42||Essendon (tied to Gold Coast, on-traded by Geelong, Adelaide in 2019)|
|43||Hawthorn (tied to Essendon, on-traded by Collingwood, Brisbane in 2019)|
|44||Adelaide (tied to Fremantle, on-traded by Sydney, St Kilda in 2019)|
|50||Adelaide (tied to Collingwood, on-traded by Fremantle in 2019)|
|51||Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda in 2019)|
|52||Sydney (received from Brisbane in 2019)|
|54||West Coast (received from Geelong in 2019)|
*Greater Western Sydney's second pick was adjusted due to a 254.2 deficit from 2019
*Port Adelaide's second pick was adjusted due to a 115.9 deficit from 2019
|56||Sydney (received from Adelaide in 2019)|
|58||St Kilda (received from Sydney in 2019)|
|60||Adelaide (received from Gold Coast in 2019)|
|62||Melbourne (received from Fremantle in 2019)|
|63||Melbourne (tied to Carlton, on-traded by Fremantle, Adelaide in 2019)|
|64||Brisbane (tied to GWS, on-traded by Port Adelaide, Adelaide in 2019)|
|65||North Melbourne (tied to Melbourne, on-traded by GWS, Hawthorn in 2019).|
|66||Hawthorn (received from Western Bulldogs in 2019)|
|67||Essendon (received from West Coast in 2019)|
|68||Greater Western Sydney (received from Collingwood in 2019)|
|69||Collingwood (tied to St Kilda, on-traded by Fremantle in 2019)|
|70||Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in 2019)|
|71||St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide in 2019)|
|72||Essendon (received from Geelong in 2019)|
|80||Brisbane (received from Fremantle in 2019)|