SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 25: The top ten draft pics pose for a photo during the 2016 AFL Draft at Hordern Pavilion on November 25, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

After an incredible deadline day which saw 22 trades completed, check out how the final draft order looks aft the end of the trade and free agency period.


1. Brisbane Lions

2. Fremantle (from Gold Coast)

3. Carlton

4. North Melbourne

5. Fremantle

6. Collingwood

7. St Kilda (from Hawthorn)

8. St Kilda

9. Western Bulldogs

10. Carlton (from Adelaide, via Melbourne)

11. GWS Giants (from Essendon)

12. Adelaide (from Brisbane Lions, via Port Adelaide and Gold Coast)

13. West Coast

14. Sydney Swans

15. Brisbane Lions (from Richmond, via Geelong, Carlton and GWS)

16. Western Bulldogs (from Carlton, via Adelaide)

17. Richmond

18. Brisbane Lions (free agency compensation, Tom Rockliff)

19. Gold Coast (from Geelong, free agency compensation, Steven Motlop)

** GWSGiants have been penalised 1000 draft points over the Lachie Whitfield drugs suspension and their first-round draft pick becomes pick No.63.


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20. Richmond (from Brisbane Lions)

21. West Coast (from Gold Coast)

22. Geelong (from Carlton)

23. North Melbourne

24. Geelong (from Gold Coast, via Fremantle)

25. Richmond (from Brisbane Lions, via W.Bulldogs Essendon, GWS and Collingwood)

26. West Coast (from Gold Coast, via Hawthorn)

27. GWS Giants (from St Kilda)

28. GWS Giants (from Carlton, via W.Bulldogs)

29. Melbourne

30. Carlton (from W.Bulldogs, via Essendon)

31. Melbourne (from Port Adelaide)

32. West Coast

33. Sydney Swans

34. St Kilda (from Port Adelaide, via Hawthorn, GWS and Carlton)

35. Geelong

36. Melbourne (from Adelaide)

37. West Coast (from Gold Coast, via Richmond)


38. Collingwood (from Brisbane Lions)

39. Adelaide (from Gold Coast)

40. Brisbane Lions (from W.Bulldogs, via Carlton)

41. Gold Coast (from Fremantle, via W.Bulldogs and North Melbourne)

42. Fremantle

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43. Hawthorn (from Brisbane Lions, via Collingwood)

44. Brisbane Lions (from Hawthorn)

45. St Kilda

46. Port Adelaide (from North Melbourne, via W.Bulldogs)

47. Melbourne

48. Essendon

49. Port Adelaide

50. Gold Coast (from West Coast)

51. Sydney

52. Brisbane Lions (from Richmond, via GWS)

53. Richmond (from Geelong)

54. Gold Coast (from Adelaide)

55. Richmond


56. Collingwood (from Brisbane Lions)

57. Fremantle (from Gold Coast)

58. Geelong (from Carlton)

59. Port Adelaide (from St Kilda, via North Melbourne and W.Bulldogs)

60. Fremantle

61. Collingwood

62. Port Adelaide (from Hawthorn)

63. Port Adelaide (from St Kilda)

64. North Melbourne (from W.Bulldogs)

65. GWS Giants (** originally pick No.15)

66. Fremantle (from Melbourne)

67. Essendon

68. Hawthorn (from Port Adelaide)

69. West Coast

70. Collingwood (from Sydney)

71. GWS Giants

72. Geelong

73. Carlton (from Adelaide)

74. Richmond