Draft Order 2018

Written by Schwarzwalder on October 17 2018

ROUND ONE
CARL 1. Carlton
GCFC 2. Gold Coast
GCFC 3. Gold Coast (received as compensation for losing restricted free agent Tom Lynch to Richmond)
STK 4. St Kilda
PORT 5. Port Adelaide (received from Brisbane as part of Sam Mayes trade)
GCFC 6. Gold Coast (received from Melbourne for Steven May and Kade Kolodjashnijreceived from Fremantle as part of Jesse Hogan tradereceived from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale tradereceived Port Adelaide as part of Sam Mayes trade; originally received from Fremantle in a pick swap)
WB 7. Western Bulldogs
ADEL 8. Adelaide
GWS 9. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon as part of Dylan Shiel trade)
PORT 10. Port Adelaide
GWS 11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle as part of Rory Lobb tradereceived from Port Adelaide in a pick swapreceived from North Melbourne as part of trade for Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard)
GEEL 12. Geelong
ADEL 13. Adelaide (received from Sydney via Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern)
FRE 14. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb trade)
PORT 15. Port Adelaide (received from Hawthorn as part of Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade)
ADEL 16. Adelaide (received from Melbourne in 2017)
RICH 17. Richmond
COLL 18. Collingwood
GWS 19. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle as part of Rory Lobb tradereceived from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale tradereceived from Gold Coast in a pick swap; received from West Coast in 2017)
END OF ROUND ONE
WCE 20. West Coast (received as compensation for losing restricted free agent Scott Lycett)
ROUND TWO
ADEL 21. Adelaide (received from Carlton in 2017)
WCE 22. West Coast (received from Gold Coast in 2017)
MELB 23. Melbourne (received from Fremantle as part of Jesse Hogan trade; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap; originally received from St Kilda in 2017)
GCFC 24. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in a pick swap)
GWS 25. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle in 2017)
SYD 26. Sydney (received from Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Western Bulldogs in 2017)
WB 27. Western Bulldogs (received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Luke Dahlhaus to Geelong)
MELB 28. Melbourne (received from St Kilda in a pick swap, received from Sydney as part of Dan Hannebery tradereceived from Carlton as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Adelaide in 2017)
GCFC 29. Gold Coast (received from Essendon in 2017)
BL 30. Brisbane (received from Fremantle as part of Lachie Neale tradereceived from Port Adelaide in a pick swap)
FRE 31. Fremantle (received from North Melbourne in a pick swap)
WB 32. Western Bulldogs (received from Brisbane as part of Marcus Adams tradereceived from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Geelong in 2017)
SYD 33. Sydney
ESS 34. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney in 2017)
BL 35. Brisbane (received from Port Adelaide as part of Sam Mayes trade; originally received from Hawthorn as part of Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade)
STK 36. St Kilda (received from Melbourne in a pick swap)
RICH 37. Richmond
SYD 38. Sydney (received from Collingwood in 2017)
SYD 39. Sydney (received from St Kilda as part of Dan Hannebery tradereceived from West Coast as part of trade for Tom Hickey)
ROUND THREE
SYD 40. Sydney (received from Adelaide as part of trade for Mitch McGovern; originally received from Carlton in 2017)
BL 41.  Brisbane (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap)
NMFC 42. North Melbourne (received from St Kilda via on-trades in 2017)
FRE 43. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb tradereceived from Carlton as part of trade for Will Setterfieldreceived from Geelong for state league player Nathan Kreuger; originally received from Brisbane as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy)
BL 44. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from Fremantle in 2017)
WB 45. Western Bulldogs
STK 46. St Kilda (received from Melbourne in a pick swap; originally received from Adelaide in 2017)
NM 47. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Greater Western Sydney as part of Rory Lobb trade; received from Essendon in 2017)
NMFC 48. North Melbourne (received from Port Adelaide as part of trade for Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard)
NMFC 49. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Port Adelaide in a pick swap; originally received from North Melbourne in 2017)
GEEL 50. Geelong
COLL 51. Collingwood (received from Sydney in 2017)
GWS 52. Greater Western Sydney
HAW 53. Hawthorn
MELB 54. Melbourne
NMFC 55. North Melbourne (received from Fremantle in a pick swap; received from Brisbane as part of Lachie Neale tradereceived from Geelong as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy; originally received from Richmond in 2017)
COLL 56. Collingwood
COLL 57. Collingwood (received as compensation for losing unrestricted free agent Alex Fasolo to Carlton)
NMFC 58. North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades in 2017)
ROUND FOUR
GEEL 59. Geelong (received from Gold Coast for George Horlin-Smithreceived from Brisbane in a pick swapreceived from Geelong as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy; originally received from Carlton in 2017)
GEEL 60. Geelong (received from Gold Coast in 2017)
WCE 61. West Coast (received from St Kilda as part of trade for Tom Hickey)
MELB 62. Melbourne (received from North Melbourne as part of trade for Braydon Preuss; received from Sydney for Ryan Clarke; received from Geelong for Gary Rohan; originally received from Brisbane as part of trade for Lincoln McCarthy)
WB 63. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle in 2017)
RICH 64. Richmond (received from the Western Bulldogs for Sam Lloyd)
FRE 65. Fremantle (received from Melbourne as part of Jesse Hogan tradereceived from St Kilda for Dean Kent; received from Adelaide via on-trades in 2017)
ESS 66. Essendon
STK 67. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide in 2017)
RICH 68. Richmond (received from Adelaide for Tyson Stengle; received from Gold Coast in a pick swap; originally received from North Melbourne for Aaron Hall)
CARL 69. Carlton (received from Geelong in 2017)
GEEL 70. Geelong (received from Sydney for Jackson Thurlow)
CARL 71. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney as part of trade for Will Setterfield)
WCE 72. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades in 2017)
ADEL 73. Adelaide (received from Melbourne in 2017)
RICH 74. Richmond
WB 75. Western Bulldogs (received from Collingwood for Jordan Roughead)
WCE 76. West Coast
ROUND FIVE
CARL 77. Carlton
BL 78. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast in a pick swap)
STK 79. St Kilda
GCFC 80. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane in a pick swap)
FRE 81. Fremantle
WB 82. Western Bulldogs
ADEL 83. Adelaide
ESS 84. Essendon
PORT 85. Port Adelaide
NMFC 86. North Melbourne
GEEL 87. Geelong
SYD 88. Sydney
GWS 89. Greater Western Sydney
HAW 90. Hawthorn
MELB 91. Melbourne
RICH 92. Richmond
COLL 93. Collingwood
WCE 94. West Coast

Future picks

Clubs may trade future draft selections. Clubs must only trade selections from the following year’s draft.

2019 DRAFT SELECTIONS (A-Z)
ADEL Adelaide – 2019 round five draft selection from Carlton via Mitch McGovern trade
BL Brisbane Lions – 2019 round two draft selection from Gold Coast via pick swap, 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Fremantle via pick swap) from Port Adelaide via Sam Mayes trade
CARL Carlton – 2019 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Mitch McGovern trade
COLL Collingwood
ESS Essendon – 2019 round two draft selection from Greater Western Sydney via Dylan Shiel trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Essendon via Travis Colyer trade
FRE Fremantle
GEEL Geelong
GCFC Gold Coast – 2019 round one draft selection from Brisbane via pick swap2019 round three draft selection from Richmond via Miles-Ellis trade
GWS Greater Western Sydney – 2019 round one draft selection from Essendon via Dylan Shiel trade, 2019 round two draft selection from Carlton via Will Setterfield trade, 2019 round four draft selection (tied to Gold Coast via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Tom Scully trade
HAW Hawthorn – 2019 round three draft selection from Port Adelaide via Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade2019 round four draft selection from Western Bulldogs via Taylor Duryea trade
MELB Melbourne
NMFC North Melbourne
PORT Port Adelaide – 2019 round three draft selection from Hawthorn via Chad Wingard-Ryan Burton trade2019 round four draft selection from North Melbourne via Polec-Pittard trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Gold Coast (tied to Adelaide) via Jack Hombsch trade
RICH Richmond – 2019 round three draft selection from Gold Coast via Miles-Ellis trade
SYD Sydney – 2019 round two draft selection from St Kilda via Dan Hannebery trade, 2019 round four draft selection from Carlton via Nic Newman trade
STK St Kilda – 2019 round four draft selection from West Coast via Tom Hickey trade
WCE West Coast – 2019 round four draft selection from St Kilda via Tom Hickey trade
WB Western Bulldogs – 2019 round three draft selection (tied to Hawthorn via Jack Scrimshaw trade) via Marcus Adams trade
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  1. Don’t forget that these picks can still be traded (for other picks) up to and on draft night. I suspect the two South Australian clubs will both be trying to cozy up to Gold Coast during in that time.

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