2013 AFL draft

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2013 AFL draft
General information
Date(s)21 November 2013
27 November 2013
LocationGold Coast Convention Centre,
Gold Coast, Queensland
Network(s)Fox Footy
Sponsored byNational Australia Bank
Overview
LeagueAFL
First selectionTom Boyd (Greater Western Sydney)
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The 2013 AFL draft consisted of six opportunities for player acquisitions throughout the 2013–14 Australian Football League (AFL) off-season. This included the 2013 free agency period (4–18 October), 2013 trade period (7–25 October), three separate delisted player free agency periods (1–25 November), the 2013 national draft held at the Gold Coast Convention Centre (21 November), as well as the 2014 pre-season and rookie drafts (27 November).[1]

Player movements[edit]

Free agency[edit]

Unrestricted free agent Matthew White moved from Richmond to Port Adelaide
Restricted free agent Lance Franklin moved from Hawthorn to Sydney
Restricted free agent Nick Dal Santo moved from St Kilda to North Melbourne
James Podsiadly was traded from Geelong to Adelaide
Paul Chapman was traded from Geelong to Essendon
2013 AFL free agency period signings
Player Date Free agent type Former club New club Ref
Matthew White 4 October Unrestricted Richmond Port Adelaide [2]
Colin Sylvia 4 October Unrestricted Melbourne Fremantle [3]
Eddie Betts 4 October Restricted Carlton Adelaide [4]
Lance Franklin 8 October Restricted Hawthorn Sydney [5]
Dale Thomas 9 October Restricted Collingwood Carlton [6]
Xavier Ellis 16 October Unrestricted Hawthorn West Coast [7]
Nick Dal Santo 18 October Restricted St Kilda North Melbourne [8]
Daniel Cross 1 November Delisted Western Bulldogs Melbourne [9]
Jeremy Laidler 1 November Delisted Carlton Sydney [9]
Luke McGuane 4 November Delisted Richmond Brisbane Lions [10]
Dylan Addison 7 November Delisted Western Bulldogs Greater Western Sydney [11]
Tony Armstrong 7 November Delisted Sydney Collingwood [11]
Robin Nahas 8 November Delisted Richmond North Melbourne [11]
Aidan Riley 11 November Delisted Adelaide Melbourne [12]
Tom Derickx 18 November Delisted Richmond Sydney [13]
Compensation draft picks

The following compensation draft picks were dispensed to four clubs by the AFL based on all restricted and unrestricted free agency transfers during the initial transfer window:[14]

  • Collingwood – First-round selection (pick 11)
  • Hawthorn – First-round selection (pick 19)
  • Melbourne – Second-round selection (pick 23)
  • St Kilda – Second-round selection (pick 25)

Trades[edit]

2013 AFL trade period
Trade Player Traded from Traded to Traded for Ref
1 Shaun Hampson Carlton Richmond Pick 32 [15]
2 Ben McEvoy St Kilda Hawthorn Shane Savage
Pick 18
[16]
3 Viv Michie Fremantle Melbourne Pick 54 [17]
4 Dom Tyson
Pick 9
Pick 53
Greater Western Sydney Melbourne Pick 2
Pick 20
Pick 72
[18]
5 Shane Mumford Sydney Greater Western Sydney Pick 35 [19]
6 Bernie Vince Adelaide Melbourne Pick 23 [20]
7 Pick 11
Pick 31
Pick 49
Collingwood West Coast Pick 6
Pick 44
[21]
8 Jesse White Sydney Collingwood Pick 44 [22]
9 Luke Delaney North Melbourne St Kilda Pick 77 [23]
10 Pick 24
Pick 59
St Kilda Hawthorn Pick 19 [24]
11 Kurt Aylett
Shaun Edwards
Greater Western Sydney Essendon Pick 48 [25]
12 Heath Shaw Collingwood Greater Western Sydney Taylor Adams [26]
13 Stewart Crameri Essendon Western Bulldogs Pick 26 [27]
14 Sam Docherty Brisbane Lions Carlton Pick 33 [28]
15 Elliot Yeo Brisbane Lions West Coast Pick 28 [29]
16 Jared Polec, Pick 45
Pick 21
Brisbane Lions
Greater Western Sydney
Port Adelaide Pick 34
Pick 14
[30]
Pick 34
Picks 22, 48
Port Adelaide
Greater Western Sydney
Brisbane Lions Jared Polec, Pick 45
Pick 29
Pick 14
Pick 29
Port Adelaide
Brisbane Lions
Greater Western Sydney Pick 21
Picks 22, 48
17 Pick 43 Gold Coast West Coast Third-round compensation pick (2014) [31]
18 Patrick Karnezis Brisbane Lions Collingwood Jackson Paine [32]
19 Billy Longer
Pick 48
Brisbane Lions St Kilda Pick 25
Pick 41
[33]
20 Josh Bruce Greater Western Sydney St Kilda Pick 48 [34]
21 James Podsiadly Geelong Adelaide Pick 64 [35]
22 Josh Hunt Geelong Greater Western Sydney Pick 75 [35]
23 Paul Chapman Geelong Essendon Pick 84 [35]
24 Scott Gumbleton Essendon Fremantle Pick 55 [36]
25 Trent West Geelong Brisbane Lions Pick 41 [37]
26 Sam Darley Greater Western Sydney Western Bulldogs Pick 78 [38]
27 Andrejs Everitt
Pick 39
Sydney Carlton Pick 32 [39]

Note: The numbering of the draft picks in this trades table is based on the original order at the time of the trade. The number of the pick may have changed due to the allocation of Free Agency compensation picks or clubs not using later picks.[40]

Retirements and delistings[edit]

Name Club Date Notes
Martin Mattner Sydney 6 June 2013 Retired due to chronic injury troubles[41]
Graham Johncock Adelaide 1 July 2013 Retired, citing fatigue[42]
Chad Cornes Greater Western Sydney 3 July 2013 Retired, due to ongoing knee injury[43]
Ben Johnson Collingwood 15 July 2013 Retired, due to ongoing injuries[44]
Mitch Morton Sydney 2 August 2013 Retired[45]
Dean Brogan Greater Western Sydney 14 August 2013 Retired, effective season's end[46]
Adam Selwood West Coast 15 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[47]
Mark Nicoski West Coast 15 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[47]
Joel Macdonald Melbourne 16 August 2013 Retired, due to ongoing injury issues[48]
Aaron Davey Melbourne 20 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[49]
Brett Ebert Port Adelaide 21 August 2013 Retired, due to ongoing injury issues[50]
Jason Blake St Kilda 25 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[51]
Justin Koschitzke St Kilda 25 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[51]
Stephen Milne St Kilda 25 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[51]
Jude Bolton Sydney 26 August 2013 Retired, effective season's end[52]
Andrew Embley West Coast 28 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[53]
Shane Tuck Richmond 29 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[54]
David Hille Essendon 29 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[55]
Nathan Lovett-Murray Essendon 29 August 2013 Retired, effective at season's end[55]
Daniel Cross Western Bulldogs 29 August 2013 Delisted[56]
David Rodan Melbourne 30 August 2013 Retired due to injury, effective immediately[57]
Ashton Hams West Coast 1 September 2013 Retired[58]
Brad Dick West Coast 1 September 2013 Retired[58]
Jacob Gillbee Gold Coast 2 September 2013 Delisted[59]
Kyal Horsley Gold Coast 2 September 2013 Delisted[59]
Liam Patrick Gold Coast 2 September 2013 Delisted[59]
Maverick Weller Gold Coast 2 September 2013 Delisted[59]
Joel Wilkinson Gold Coast 2 September 2013 Delisted[59]
Luke Davis Essendon 3 September 2013 Delisted[60]
Hal Hunter Essendon 3 September 2013 Delisted[60]
Nick Lower Western Bulldogs 3 September 2013 Delisted[61]
Lukas Markovic Western Bulldogs 3 September 2013 Delisted[61]
Patrick Veszpremi Western Bulldogs 3 September 2013 Delisted[61]
Setanta O'hAilpin Greater Western Sydney 4 September 2013 Delisted[62]
Bret Thornton Greater Western Sydney 4 September 2013 Delisted[62]
Gerald Ugle Greater Western Sydney 4 September 2013 Delisted[62]
Josh Growden Greater Western Sydney 4 September 2013 Delisted[62]
Joe Redfern Greater Western Sydney 4 September 2013 Delisted[62]
Benjamin Speight North Melbourne 5 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Cameron Richardson North Melbourne 5 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Darren Jolly Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Alan Didak Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Andrew Krakouer Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Jordan Russell Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Ben Richmond Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
Michael Hartley Collingwood 10 September 2013 Delisted[63]
James Sellar Melbourne 11 September 2013 Delisted[64]
Josh Tynan Melbourne 11 September 2013 Delisted[64]
Troy Davis Melbourne 11 September 2013 Delisted[64]
Tom Gillies Melbourne 11 September 2013 Delisted[64]
Tom Couch Melbourne 11 September 2013 Delisted[64]
Jared Brennan Gold Coast 12 September 2013 Retired[65]
Nathan Blee Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Nick Salter Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Daniel Stewart Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Matt Thomas Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Danny Butcher Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Justin Hoskin Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Darren Pfeiffer Port Adelaide 16 September 2013 Delisted[66]
Callum Bartlett Brisbane Lions 16 September 2013 Delisted[67]
Richard Newell Brisbane Lions 16 September 2013 Delisted[67]
Niall McKeever Brisbane Lions 16 September 2013 Delisted[67]
Stephen Wrigley Brisbane Lions 16 September 2013 Delisted[67]
Jeremy Laidler Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Aaron Joseph Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Luke Mitchell Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Patrick McCarthy Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Marcus Davies Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Rhys O'Keeffe Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Frazer Dale Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Andrew Collins Carlton 19 September 2013 Delisted[68]
Ryan Bathie Geelong 26 September 2013 Delisted[69]
Cameron Eardley Geelong 26 September 2013 Delisted[69]
Tom Ledger St Kilda 28 September 2013 Delisted[70]
Jay Lever St Kilda 28 September 2013 Delisted[70]
Jordan Staley St Kilda 28 September 2013 Delisted[70]
Alex Brown Sydney 30 September 2013 Delisted[71]
Jayden Pitt Fremantle 1 October 2013 Retired[72]
Peter Faulks Fremantle 1 October 2013 Delisted[72]
Jesse Crichton Fremantle 1 October 2013 Delisted[72]
Alex Forster Fremantle 1 October 2013 Delisted[72]
Haiden Schloithe Fremantle 1 October 2013 Delisted[72]
Alex Howson Fremantle 1 October 2013 Delisted[72]
Brent Guerra Hawthorn 2 October 2013 Retired[73]
Andrew Boseley Hawthorn 3 October 2013 Delisted[74]
Amos Frank Hawthorn 3 October 2013 Delisted[74]
Tim McIntyre Adelaide 4 October 2013 Delisted[75]
Tim Klaosen Adelaide 4 October 2013 Delisted[75]
Dylan Orval Adelaide 4 October 2013 Delisted[75]
Max Bailey Hawthorn 5 October 2013 Retired[76]
Michael Osborne Hawthorn 5 October 2013 Retired[76]
Joel Corey Geelong 9 October 2013 Retired[77]
Daniel Kerr West Coast 15 October 2013 Retired[78]
Simon Black Brisbane Lions 18 October 2013 Retired[79]
Ian Callinan Adelaide 25 October 2013 Delisted[80]
Nick Joyce Adelaide 25 October 2013 Delisted[80]
Aaron Cornelius Brisbane Lions 25 October 2013 Delisted[81]
Jordan Gysberts North Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[82]
Will Sierakowski North Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[82]
Aiden Kennedy North Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[82]
Ben Mabon North Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[82]
Dylan Addison Western Bulldogs 29 October 2013 Delisted[83]
James Magner Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[84]
Nathan Stark Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[84]
Rory Taggert Melbourne 29 October 2013 Delisted[84]
Sam Lonergan Richmond 30 October 2013 Retired[85]
Luke McGuane Richmond 30 October 2013 Delisted[85]
Robin Nahas Richmond 30 October 2013 Delisted[85]
Tom Derickx Richmond 30 October 2013 Delisted[85]
Steven Verrier Richmond 30 October 2013 Delisted[85]
Richard Tambling Adelaide 30 October 2013 Delisted[86]
Aidan Riley Adelaide 30 October 2013 Delisted[86]
Ben Dowdell Adelaide 30 October 2013 Delisted[86]
Bradd Dalziell West Coast 30 October 2013 Delisted[87]
Cale Morton West Coast 30 October 2013 Delisted[87]
Alwyn Davey Essendon 30 October 2013 Delisted[88]
Tony Armstrong Sydney 30 October 2013 Delisted[89]
Derick Wanganeen Hawthorn 30 October 2013 Delisted[90]
Josh Mellington Fremantle 31 October 2013 Delisted[91]
Jackson Ferguson St Kilda 31 October 2013 Delisted[92]
Ahmed Saad St Kilda 14 November 2013 Delisted[93]
Brent Renouf Port Adelaide 14 November 2013 Delisted[94]
Murray Newman West Coast 14 November 2013 Delisted[95]
Jed Lamb Sydney 14 November 2013 Delisted[96]
Todd Banfield Brisbane Lions 14 November 2013 Delisted[97]
Neville Jetta Melbourne 15 November 2013 Delisted[98]
Sam Schulz Greater Western Sydney 15 November 2013 Delisted[98]
Corey Gault Collingwood 15 November 2013 Delisted[98]

2013 national draft[edit]

Following the completion of the free agency and trade periods, as well as the distribution of compensation picks to qualifying clubs, the final selection order for the 2013 National Draft was confirmed by the AFL on 18 November 2013.[99]

Round Pick Player Drafted to Recruited from League Notes
1 1 Tom Boyd Greater Western Sydney Eastern Ranges TAC Cup
1 2 Josh Kelly Greater Western Sydney Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Traded from Melbourne
1 3 Jack Billings St Kilda Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
1 4 Marcus Bontempelli Western Bulldogs Northern Knights TAC Cup
1 5 Kade Kolodjashnij Gold Coast Launceston TSL
1 6 Matthew Scharenberg Collingwood Glenelg SANFL Traded from West Coast
1 7 James Aish Brisbane Lions Norwood SANFL
1 8 Luke McDonald North Melbourne Werribee VFL Father–son selection – son of Donald McDonald
1 9 Christian Salem Melbourne Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Mid first round compensation pick from 2010 traded from Greater Western Sydney
1 10 Nathan Freeman Collingwood Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
1 11 Dom Sheed West Coast Subiaco WAFL Traded from Collingwood; free agency compensation pick (Thomas)
1 12 Ben Lennon Richmond Northern Knights TAC Cup
1 13 Patrick Cripps Carlton East Fremantle WAFL
1 14 Cam McCarthy Greater Western Sydney South Fremantle WAFL Traded from Port Adelaide
1 15 Zak Jones Sydney Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup
1 16 Darcy Lang Geelong Geelong Falcons TAC Cup
1 17 Michael Apeness Fremantle Eastern Ranges TAC Cup
1 18 Luke Dunstan St Kilda Woodville-West Torrens SANFL Traded from Hawthorn
1 19 Blake Acres St Kilda West Perth WAFL Traded from Hawthorn; free agency compensation pick (Franklin)
1 20 Jack Leslie Gold Coast Gippsland Power TAC Cup End of first round uncontracted player compensation pick
2 21 Jarman Impey Port Adelaide Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup Traded from Greater Western Sydney
2 22 Darcy Gardiner Brisbane Lions Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Traded by Greater Western Sydney; received from Melbourne
2 23 Matt Crouch Adelaide North Ballarat Rebels TAC Cup Traded from Melbourne; free agency compensation pick (Sylvia)
2 24 Billy Hartung Hawthorn Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Traded from St Kilda
2 25 Daniel McStay Brisbane Lions Eastern Ranges TAC Cup Traded from St Kilda; free agency compensation pick (Dal Santo)
2 26 Zach Merrett Essendon Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Traded from Western Bulldogs
2 27 Sean Lemmens Gold Coast Port Adelaide SANFL
2 28 Lewis Taylor Brisbane Lions Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Traded from West Coast
2 29 Rory Lobb Greater Western Sydney Swan Districts WAFL Traded from Brisbane Lions
2 30 Trent Dumont North Melbourne Norwood SANFL
2 31 Malcolm Karpany West Coast Woodville-West Torrens SANFL Traded from Collingwood
2 32 George Hewett Sydney North Adelaide SANFL Traded by Carlton; received from Richmond
2 33 Tom Cutler Brisbane Lions Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Traded from Carlton
2 34 Nick Robertson Brisbane Lions West Perth WAFL Traded from Port Adelaide
2 35 Toby Nankervis Sydney North Launceston TSL
2 36 Jarrad Jansen Geelong East Fremantle WAFL
2 37 Alex Pearce Fremantle Devonport TSL
2 38 Dayle Garlett Hawthorn Swan Districts WAFL
3 39 Cameron Giles Carlton Woodville-West Torrens SANFL Traded by Sydney; received from Greater Western Sydney
3 40 Jay Kennedy Harris Melbourne Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
3 41 Jake Kolodjashnij Geelong Launceston TSL Traded by Brisbane Lions; received from St Kilda
3 42 Matt Fuller Western Bulldogs Norwood SANFL
3 43 Tom Barrass West Coast Claremont WAFL Traded from Gold Coast
3 44 Aliir Aliir Sydney East Fremantle WAFL Traded by Collingwood; received from West Coast
3 45 Mitchell Harvey Port Adelaide North Adelaide SANFL Traded from Brisbane Lions
3 46 Riley Knight Adelaide Woodville-West Torrens SANFL
3 47 Ben Brown North Melbourne Werribee VFL
3 48 Passed Greater Western Sydney
3 49 Dylan Main West Coast South Fremantle WAFL Traded from Collingwood
3 50 Nathan Gordon Richmond North Adelaide SANFL
3 51 Nick Holman Carlton Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup
3 52 Darcy Byrne-Jones Port Adelaide Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
3 53 Passed Sydney
3 54 Josh Walker Geelong Rookie elevation AFL
3 55 Orazio Fantasia Essendon Norwood SANFL Traded from Fremantle
3 56 James Sicily Hawthorn Western Jets TAC Cup
4 57 Jayden Hunt Melbourne Brighton Grammar APS Traded from Greater Western Sydney
4 58 Brady Grey Fremantle Burnie TSL Traded from Melbourne
4 59 John Ceglar Hawthorn Rookie elevation AFL Traded from St Kilda
4 60 Mitch Honeychurch Western Bulldogs Eastern Ranges TAC Cup
4 61 Jamie Bennell West Coast Rookie elevation AFL
4 62 Jonathan Freeman Brisbane Lions Aspley NEAFL Academy player
4 63 George Burbury Geelong Rookie elevation AFL Traded from Adelaide
4 64 Lauchlan Dalgleish Essendon Rookie elevation AFL
4 65 Tom Langdon Collingwood Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
4 66 Sam Lloyd Richmond Frankston VFL
4 67 Passed Carlton
4 68 Karl Amon Port Adelaide Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
4 69 Passed Sydney
4 70 Matt Taberner Fremantle Rookie elevation AFL
4 71 Will Langford Hawthorn Rookie elevation AFL
5 72 Passed Greater Western Sydney Traded from Melbourne
5 73 Passed Greater Western Sydney Traded from Western Bulldogs
5 74 Jeremy McGovern West Coast Rookie elevation AFL
5 75 Justin Clarke Brisbane Lions Rookie elevation AFL
5 76 Kyle Hartigan Adelaide Rookie elevation AFL
5 77 Jonathon Marsh Collingwood East Fremantle WAFL
5 78 Passed Richmond
5 79 Passed Carlton
5 80 Brandon Jack Sydney Rookie elevation AFL
6 81 Passed Greater Western Sydney
6 82 Mitch Clisby Melbourne Rookie elevation AFL
6 83 Tom Curren St Kilda Rookie elevation AFL
6 84 Brett Goodes Western Bulldogs Rookie elevation AFL
6 85 Simon Tunbridge West Coast Rookie elevation AFL
6 86 Rory Laird Adelaide Rookie elevation AFL
6 87 Sam Dwyer Collingwood Rookie elevation AFL
6 88 Passed Richmond
6 89 Ed Curnow Carlton Rookie elevation AFL
6 90 Dane Rampe Sydney Rookie elevation AFL
7 91 Passed Greater Western Sydney
7 92 Adam Oxley Collingwood Rookie elevation AFL
7 93 Ricky Petterd Richmond Rookie elevation AFL
7 94 Tom Bell Carlton Rookie elevation AFL
8 95 Zac Williams Greater Western Sydney Rookie elevation AFL
8 96 Passed Collingwood
9 97 Jake Barrett Greater Western Sydney Temora Farrer FL NSW zone selection
  • Compensation picks are selections in addition to the normal order of selection, allocated to clubs by the AFL as compensation for losing uncontracted players to the new expansion clubs, Gold Coast and Greater Western Sydney. The picks can be held for up to five years and clubs declare at the beginning of the season of their intent to utilise the pick at the end of the season. Picks could be traded to other clubs in return for players or other draft selections.
  • Free agency compensation picks are additional selections awarded to teams based on their net loss of players during the free agency trade period.
  • Promoted rookies are players who are transferred from a club's rookie list to their primary list.
  • Local talent selections are local zone selections available to the new expansion clubs.

2014 pre-season draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Drafted to Recruited from League
1 1 Jed Lamb Greater Western Sydney Sydney AFL
1 2 Passed Collingwood
1 3 Passed Richmond
1 4 Passed Carlton
1 5 Passed Sydney
2 6 Passed Greater Western Sydney
2 7 Passed Richmond
2 8 Passed Carlton
2 9 Passed Sydney
3 10 Passed Greater Western Sydney
4 11 Passed Greater Western Sydney
5 12 Passed Greater Western Sydney

2014 rookie draft[edit]

Round Pick Player AFL club Original club League Notes
1 1 Sam Schulz Greater Western Sydney Greater Western Sydney AFL
1 2 James Harmes Melbourne Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup
1 3 Eli Templeton St Kilda Burnie TSL
1 4 Louis Herbert Gold Coast North Ballarat Rebels TAC Cup
1 5 Will Maginness West Coast Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
1 6 Isaac Conway Brisbane Lions Aspley QAFL
1 7 Charlie Cameron Adelaide Swan Districts WAFL
1 8 Joel Tippett North Melbourne West Adelaide SANFL
1 9 Fraser Thurlow Essendon Labrador NEAFL
1 10 Corey Gault Collingwood Collingwood AFL
1 11 Todd Banfield Richmond Brisbane Lions AFL
1 12 Luke Reynolds Carlton Port Adelaide SANFL
1 13 Samuel Russell Port Adelaide Geelong Falcons TAC Cup
1 14 Passed Sydney
1 15 James Toohey Geelong Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
1 16 Michael Wood Fremantle Subiaco WAFL
1 17 Dallas Willsmore Hawthorn North Ballarat Rebels TAC Cup
2 18 Passed Greater Western Sydney
2 19 Max King Melbourne Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup
2 20 Maverick Weller St Kilda Gold Coast AFL
2 21 Passed Gold Coast
2 22 Rowen Powell West Coast Claremont WAFL
2 23 Zac O'Brien Brisbane Lions Essendon VFL
2 24 James Battersby Adelaide Sturt SANFL
2 25 Kayne Turner North Melbourne Wodonga O&M
2 26 Patrick Ambrose Essendon Old Xaverians VAFA
2 27 Anthony Miles Richmond Greater Western Sydney AFL
2 28 Cameron Wood Carlton Williamstown VFL
2 29 Sam Gray Port Adelaide Port Adelaide SANFL
2 30 Passed Sydney
2 31 Nick Bourke Geelong Geelong Falcons TAC Cup
2 32 Tom Vandeleur Fremantle South Fremantle WAFL
2 33 Derick Wanganeen Hawthorn Box Hill Hawks VFL
3 34 Passed Greater Western Sydney
3 35 Alexis Georgiou Melbourne Norwood SANFL
3 36 Jason Holmes St Kilda International player
3 37 Passed Gold Coast
3 38 Murray Newman West Coast West Coast AFL
3 39 Passed Brisbane Lions
3 40 Jake Kelly Adelaide Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
3 41 Johnny Rayner Essendon 3-year non-registered player
3 42 Matt Thomas Richmond Port Adelaide AFL
3 43 Blaine Johnson Carlton South Fremantle WAFL
3 44 Brent Renouf Port Adelaide Port Adelaide AFL
3 45 Patrick Mitchell Sydney International player
3 46 Zachary Bates Geelong West Adelaide SANFL
3 47 Jacob Ballard Fremantle Northern Blues VFL
3 48 Zac Webster Hawthorn Glenorchy Glenorchy
4 49 Passed Greater Western Sydney
4 50 Neville Jetta Melbourne Melbourne AFL
4 51 Passed Gold Coast
4 52 Alex Spina Adelaide North Adelaide SANFL
4 53 Heath Scotland Carlton Carlton AFL
4 54 Daniel Flynn Port Adelaide Kildare GAA International player (Gaelic)
4 55 Lloyd Perris Sydney NSW/ACT Rams TAC Cup Academy player
4 56 Michael Luxford Geelong 3-year non-registered player
4 57 Ben Ross Hawthorn North Melbourne AFL
5 58 Passed Greater Western Sydney
5 59 Passed Gold Coast
5 60 Ciarán Sheehan Carlton Cork GAA International player (gaelic)
5 61 Kurt Heatherley Hawthorn Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup International player
6 62 Passed Greater Western Sydney
6 63 Jarred Ellis Gold Coast Broadbeach NEAFL
6 64 Ciarán Byrne Carlton Louth GAA International player (gaelic)
6 65 Shem-Kalvin Tatupu Hawthorn Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup International player
7 66 Passed Greater Western Sydney
8 67 Passed Greater Western Sydney
9 68 Passed Greater Western Sydney
10 69 Archie Smith Brisbane Lions Mount Gravatt NEAFL

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