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October 15, 2016 8:35 AM

2016 AFL Draft Combine We take a look at who's impressed at this year's AFL Draft Combine with Recruiting Manager, Stephen Conole.

Below is the indicative order of selection for the 2016 NAB AFL Draft following the 2016 Toyota AFL Premiership season. The draft will be held in Sydney on Friday, November 25. The order is subject to change throughout the NAB AFL Trade Period and will be updated on this page.

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.

  Phantom Form Guide - October

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

ROUND ONE
No.Club
1. ESS Essendon
2. GWS Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2016 pick exchange)
3. BL Brisbane Lions (received from GWS via a 2016 pick exchange; originally received from Fremantle via a trade for Cam McCarthy)
4. GCFC Gold Coast
5. CARL Carlton
6. RICH Richmond
7. GWS Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy; received by GWS from Collingwood via a 2015 trade for Adam Treloar)
8. GCFC Gold Coast (received from Melbourne in a 2015 exchange of picks)
9. PORT Port Adelaide
10. HAW Hawthorn (received from St Kilda via a 2016 pick exchange)
11. NMFC North Melbourne
12. WC West Coast
13. ADEL Adelaide
14. SYD Sydney Swans (received from Hawthorn as part of Tom Mitchell trade)
15. GWS Greater Western Sydney
16. BL Brisbane Lions (received from GWS via a 2016 pick exchange; received from Carlton via a 2015 trade for Lachie Plowman, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips and Liam Sumner; received by Carlton from Geelong via a trade for Lachie Henderson)
17. SYD Sydney Swans
18. WB Western Bulldogs

 

END OF ROUND ONE
No.Club
19. BL Brisbane Lions (priority pick received from AFL)

 

ROUND TWO
No.Club
20. ESS Essendon
21. BL Brisbane Lions
22. GCFC Gold Coast (received from Fremantle via a 2015 pick exchange)
23. STK St Kilda  (received from Hawthorn via a 2016 pick exchange; received from Fremantle for Bradley Hill; originally received as compensation for Chris Mayne)
24. GCFC Gold Coast
25. CARL Carlton
26. GCFC Gold Coast (received from Richmond as part of 2015 Charlie Dixon trade)
27. RICH Richmond (received as compensation for free agent Ty Vickery)
28. COLL Collingwood
29. MELB Melbourne
30. GCFC Gold Coast (received from Port Adelaide as part of 2015 Charlie Dixon trade)
31. GWS Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2016 pick exchange; received from Collingwood as part of 2015 James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade; originally received from St Kilda via trade for Nathan Freeman)
32. NMFC North Melbourne
33. NMFC North Melbourne (received as compensation for free agent Daniel Wells)
34. WC West Coast
35. FREM Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy; received by GWS from Adelaide via a 2015 trade for Curtly Hampton)
36. STK St Kilda (received from Hawthorn in a 2016 pick exchange)
37. GWS Greater Western Sydney
38. GEEL Geelong
39. SYD Sydney Swans
40. WB Western Bulldogs

 

ROUND THREE
No.Club
41. ESS Essendon
42. GEEL Geelong (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2015 trade for Josh Walker and Jarrad Jansen)
43. FREM Fremantle
44. GCFC Gold Coast
45. CARL Carlton
46. RICH Richmond
47. COLL Collingwood
48. MELB Melbourne
49. PORT Port Adelaide
50. STK St Kilda
51. GWS Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2016 pick exchange; originally received from North Melbourne as part of 2015 James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade)
52. SYD Sydney Swans (received from Hawthorn as part of Tom Mitchell trade; originally received by Hawthorn from West Coast as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
53. ADEL Adelaide
54. WC West Coast (received from Hawthorn as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
55. GWS Greater Western Sydney
56. GEEL Geelong
57. HAW Hawthorn (received from Sydney Swans as part of Tom Mitchell trade)
58. CARL Carlton (received from the Western Bulldogs via a 2015 pick exchange)

 

ROUND FOUR
No.Club
59. ESS Essendon
60. GWS Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2016 pick exchange)
61. FREM Fremantle
62. GCFC Gold Coast
63. WB Western Bulldogs (received from Carlton via a 2015 pick exchange)
64. RICH Richmond
65. COLL Collingwood
66. MELB Melbourne
67. PORT Port Adelaide
68. HAW Hawthorn (received from St Kilda in a 2016 pick exchange)
69. NMFC North Melbourne
70. HAW Hawthorn (received from West Coast as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
71. ADEL Adelaide
72. WC West Coast (received from Hawthorn as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
73. FREM Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy)
74. GEEL Geelong
75. WB Western Bulldogs (received from the Sydney Swans as part of the 2015 Michael Talia trade)
76. WB Western Bulldogs

 

ROUND FIVE
No.Club
77. ESS Essendon
78. BL Brisbane Lions
79. FREM Fremantle
80. GCFC Gold Coast
81. CARL Carlton
82. RICH Richmond
83. COLL Collingwood
84. MELB Melbourne
85. PORT Port Adelaide
86. STK St Kilda
87. NMFC North Melbourne
88. HAW Hawthorn (received from West Coast as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
89. ADEL Adelaide
90. HAW Hawthorn
91. GEEL Geelong (received from GWS via a 2015 trade for Steve Johnson)
92. GEEL Geelong
93. SYD Sydney Swans
94. WB Western Bulldogs

 

ROUND SIX
No.Club
95. ESS Essendon
96. BL Brisbane Lions
97. FREM Fremantle
98. GCFC Gold Coast
99. CARL Carlton
100. RICH Richmond
101. COLL Collingwood
102. MELB Melbourne
103. PORT Port Adelaide
104. STK St Kilda
105. NMFC North Melbourne
106. WC West Coast
107. ADEL Adelaide
108. HAW Hawthorn
109. GWS Greater Western Sydney
110. GEEL Geelong
111. SYD Sydney Swans
112. WB Western Bulldogs

 

Future picks

Clubs may trade future draft selections. Clubs must:

Only trade selections from the following year's draft

Make at least two first-round selections in each four-year period. If they don't, they will face restrictions from trading any further first-round draft picks

If a club trades a future first-round selection, it may not trade any other future selections from the same draft. However if a club retains its future first-round selection, it can trade multiple future selections from other rounds.

2017 DRAFT SELECTIONS (A-Z)
ADEL Adelaide - no future picks
BL Brisbane Lions - no future picks
CARL Carlton - no future picks
COLL Collingwood - no future picks
ESS Essendon - no future picks
FRE Fremantle - no future picks
GEEL Geelong - no future picks
GCFC Gold Coast - no future picks
GWS Greater Western Sydney - 2017 round two selection from St Kilda for Jack Steele
HAW Hawthorn - no future picks
MELB Melbourne - no future picks
NMFC North Melbourne - no future picks
PORT Port Adelaide - no future picks
RICH Richmond - no future picks
SYD Sydney Swans - no future picks
STK St Kilda - 2017 round one selection from Hawthorn in a pick exchange
WCE West Coast - no future picks
WB Western Bulldogs - no future picks


Below: Full table of the points value for draft selections