ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Number one draft pick Jason Horne-Francis goes to North Melbourne during the NAB AFL Draft at the Cathedral Hotel on November 24, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Photos)

The 2021 AFL National Draft has concluded, with club recruiters closing their notebooks for another year.

South Australian Jason Horne-Francis headlined this year's crop of young guns in joining North Melbourne at Pick 1.

Father-son selections Nick Daicos (Collingwood) and Sam Darcy (Western Bulldogs) were also among the top picks of the National Draft.

Read up on our full 2021 AFL Draft summary below.

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DRAFT SUMMARY

Pick 66 - St Kilda 

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Pick 65 - Melbourne

Taj Woewodin (East Fremantle)

Height: 183cm
Weight: 78kg

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 17: Taj Woewodin speaks to the media during the 2021 NAB AFL Western Australia Draft Combine at Wesley College on October 17, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos)

“Medium midfielder who has had an outstanding season at club and representative level captaining his Under 18s team, averaging 22.9 disposals, 3.9 clearances and 4.4 tackles in 15 matches as well as performing well for Western Australia at Under 19 level on two occasions averaging 19 disposals with his outside run a feature of his play. A player with a high footy IQ, one touch hands, impressive ball use on both sides and overlap run have drawn some comparisons with Geelong’s Mitch Duncan.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 64 - Geelong

Cooper Whyte (Geelong Falcons)

Height: 181cm
Weight: 79kg

“Left footed medium midfielder who is both tough in the contest and has a touch of flair. Clean and composed in heavy traffic he’s able to use his speed to burst from stoppage and has the vision and foot skills to set up his forwards. A state level basketballer he had a very consistent season with the Geelong Falcons in the NAB League playing 11 matches averaging 16.1 disposals, 3.8 clearances and 4.7 tackles.” - Kevin Sheehan 

Pick 64 - St Kilda

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Pick 64 - Gold Coast

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Pick 64 - Richmond

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Pick 63 - Gold Coast

Charlie Constable (Geelong)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30: Charlie Constable of the Cats celebrates kicking a goal during the round two AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Melbourne Demons at GMHBA Stadium on March 30, 2019 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Pick 63 - Port Adelaide

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Pick 63 - Sydney

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Pick 63 - Essendon

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Pick 63 - West Coast

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Pick 63 - St Kilda

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Pick 63 - Richmond

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Pick 63 - Carlton

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Pick 63 - North Melbourne

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Pick 63 - Collingwood

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Pick 63 - Adelaide

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Pick 62 - West Coast 

Greg Clark (Subiaco)

Height: 193cm
Weight: 94cm

TRADE

West Coast Receive: Pick 62
Port Adelaide Receive: 2022 Fourth-Round Selection

Pick 61 - Western Bulldogs 

Luke Cleary (Sandringham Dragons)

Height: 189cm
Weight: 80kg

"Medium defender who alike many 19-year-olds has had to adjust to the challenges of getting an AFL opportunity in COVID times. Invited to the NAB AFL Draft Combine last year but overlooked in the 2020 NAB AFL Draft, he has bounced back taking every opportunity to impress including strong performances in the Victorian Young Guns match as well as representing Victoria Metro at Under 19s level." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 60 - Port Adelaide

Jase Burgoyne (Woodville-West Torrens)

Height: 186cm
Weight: 65kg

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Jase Burgoyne of South Australia handballs during the 2021 NAB AFL Draft U19 Challenge match between South Australia and Western Australia at Thebarton Oval on October 10, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/AFL Photos )

"A dazzling defender who can also bring his talents into the midfield and have an impact for his team. His acceleration from stoppages and neat side set are complimented by his distribution by hand and foot making him a thrilling prospect. Caught the eye with this skill set in both the Australian Under 18s team in April this year together with his two performances for South Australia against Western Australia at Under 19s level averaging 21 disposals to be one of his team’s best on both occasions." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 59 - North Melbourne

Jackson Archer (Northern Knights)

Height: 183cm
Weight: 70kg

A father-son selection for the Kangaroos, with the defender following in his dad, Glenn's footsteps.

Pick 59 - Greater Western Sydney

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Pick 58 - Sydney

Lachie Rankin (Oakleigh Chargers)

Height: 182cm
Weight: 68kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 05: Lachlan Rankin of the Chargers celebrates a goal during the NAB League Boys match between the Sandringham Dragons and the Oakleigh Chargers at RSEA Park on April 05, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Grimes/AFL Photos)

“Medium forward who can also play as a defender using his footy smarts, vision and awareness to set up the play either end. Has a real innate ability around goals reading the cues to get to the fall of the ball and converting under pressure. Another to seize his opportunity when given a late call up to the Australian Under 18s team against Geelong’s VFL side in April after being in sparkling early season touch.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 58 - Fremantle

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Pick 57 - West Coast

Jack Williams (East Fremantle)

Height: 195cm
Weight: 94kg

“Tall forward who is constantly on the move and presenting as a marking target up forward for his team using his vice like grip in front and overhead to great effect. Been an outstanding player at Under 18s level in WAFL playing 15 matches and averaging 14.6 disposals, 5.9 marks and kicking 40 goals as well as being prominent for Western Australia in two of its wins over South Australia” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 57 - St Kilda

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Pick 57 - Hawthorn

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Pick 56 - Port Adelaide

Dante Visentini (Sandringham Dragons

Height: 201cm
Weight: 88kg

“Imposing athletic tall forward whose overhead marking is his competitive advantage along with his height. Presents well as a target and provides that vital contest which brings the ball to ground if he doesn’t mark providing his team with opportunities. Very useful option also in the ruck.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 55 - Port Adelaide

Hugh Jackson (North Adelaide)

Height: 181cm
Weight: 70kg
Position: Midfielder

Pick 54 - Fremantle

Eric Benning (Claremont)

Height: 196cm
Weight: 85kg

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“Indigenous tall forward/ruck with some of the traits of a young Paddy Ryder. Mobile, versatile and athletic he represented Western Australia at Under 19s level against South Australia on three occasions as was amongst his state’s best players in game two at Optus Stadium on AFL Grand Final day.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 53 - Hawthorn

Jai Serong (Gippsland Power)

Height: 193cm
Weight: 82kg

Vic Country player Jai Serong fronting the media at Trevor Barker Oval, 2021 (Photo: Mitchell Keating - Zero Digital Media)

“Tall midfielder who can push forward to become a marking target up forward as well as play in defence. Very athletic type who displayed his physical attributes with his 86cm running vertical jump, along with his 3.05 seconds for 20 meters and 6 minutes 24 seconds for the 2km test all in top bracket for his size. Has sound fundamentals being clean overhead and at ground level as well as displaying sharp vision and awareness with the ball in hand. Brother of Fremantle NAB AFL Rising Star winner Caleb Serong.” - Kevin Sheehan 

Pick 52 - Collingwood 

Harvey Harrison (North Adelaide)

Height: 182cm
Weight: 76kg

"Small midfielder whose speed and attack on the contest has stood out this year at Under 18s level resulting in him being a prolific ball winner averaging 25.2 disposals in 17 matches being a shining light for his team. A super competitive and durable type he’s also very creative with his hands, sharp vision and awareness helping him set up his teammates. Also had a taste of Reserve level football this year as well as representing his state at Under 19s level against the Allies kicking two clever goals from his 14 disposals. Showed blistering speed at the NAB AFL Draft Combine to be the fastest player tested this year with his 2.85 seconds for 20 meters ranking him number one nationally." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 51 - St Kilda

Oscar Adams (Glenelg) 

Height: 197cm
Weight: 85kg

“Durable tall defender who reads to play very well to intercept mark and is both competitive and aggressive. Needs to add further strength to his frame but is capable of a turn in the ruck, like Mark Blicavs, using his athleticism and versatility to his advantage.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 50 - Essendon

Garrett McDonagh (Richmond)

Position: Wing

TRADE

St Kilda: Pick 51
Melbourne: 2022 Fourth-Round Selection

Pick 49 - Collingwood 

Cooper Murley (Norwood)

Height: 178cm
Weight: 67kg

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“Small midfielder with a real competitive edge whose speed and smart ball use leading to comparisons with Port Adelaide’s young star Zac Butters. First made a statement about his potential when he starred for South Australia at Under 16s level in 2019 earning All-Australian honors but has been restricted this season due to ankle and collarbone injuries to just eight matches. Was dominate at Under 18s in four of those matches averaging 21.5 disposals he played the other four games at Reserves level before the second injury curtailed his year.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 48 - Geelong

Flynn Kroeger (Eastern Ranges)

Height: 183cm
Weight: 85kg
Position: Midfielder

Pick 47 - St Kilda (Academy Matched Bid)

Marcus Windhager (Sandringham Dragons)

Height: 185cm
Weight: 85kg

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“Explosive medium midfielder who is a contested ball winner with the ability to find space in heavy traffic with his agility. Also, a dangerous player when he pushes forward, he has overcome an ACL injury two years ago to play some exciting football at college and club level this year. Averaged 15.8 disposals for the Dragons in four NAB League games and showed a strong indication of his potential for Victoria Metro in AFL Challenge against Victoria Country being among their best players.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 46 - Essendon

Alastair Lord (Norwood)

Height: 181cm
Weight: 75kg

"Dashing defender who reads the play exceptionally well to intercept and then provides great rebound with his run and carry from defence. Links up well with his fellow defenders and been an efficient user by hand and foot as he’s averaged 22.4 disposals (77% efficiency) playing just five matches at Under 18s level due to injury. Showed composure and class down back in Under 19s matches against both Western Australia and the Allies being amongst his state’s best players. Dazzled at NAB AFL Draft Combine level with his agility time of 7.94 seconds ranked number one nationally." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 45 - Collingwood

Arlo Draper (South Adelaide)

Height: 186cm
Weight: 75kg

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 28: Arlo Draper of South Australia handballs during the NAB AFL U19 Championships game between Western Australia and South Australia at Mineral Resources Park on August 28, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

"Medium forward with a few tricks which makes him difficult to contain including his aerial ability, dazzling speed and agility  can turn an opponent inside out. Has a touch of class about him and has already played a couple of senior matches with South Adelaide coming up through the grades after dominating Under 18s where he averaged 24.4 disposals in 9 matches. Represented South Australia at Under 19s level against Western Australia on two occasions gathering 14 disposals in game one before injuring his shoulder in the second match being the AFL Grand Final curtain raiser, putting a stop to his season." - Kevin Sheehan

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Collingwood Receive: Pick 45
Geelong Receive: Pick 47 and Future Third-Round

Pick 44 - Adelaide

Zac Taylor (Calder Cannons)

Height: 181cm
Weight: 79kg

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“Small midfielder who is very composed and looks self-assured in winning and using the ball to his team’s benefit both through the centre of the ground and up forward. Capable of hitting the scoreboard playing midfield using his footy IQ to get into dangerous spots and convert.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 43 - Western Bulldogs

Arthur Jones (Claremont)

Height: 179cm
Weight: 65g

"Wingman who burst onto the scene with a standout performance in Western Australian’s second match against South Australia having 16 disposals and kicking two goals to be among their best players in a hard-fought win in the AFL Grand Final curtain raiser at Optus Stadium. His speed and agility lit up the midfield after showing promise in 10 matches at Under 18s level averaging 12.6 disposals for Claremont who finished runners up this year. Part of the Krakouer clan, he really caught the eye with his competitive performance in the 2km test racing Corey Warner at the NAB AFL Draft Combine before recording a 6 minutes and 30 seconds to finish 2nd overall in Western Australia for endurance." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 42 - Greater Western Sydney (Academy Matched Bid)

Josh Fahey (GWS Giants Academy)

Height: 186cm
Weight: 76kg

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“Medium defender/wingman who really takes the game on using his speed, step through traffic and prodigious elite left foot to break open the game. Played three games for the GWS Giants in the VFL this year experiencing the higher-level averaging 13.3 disposals with his best being 24 disposals against Richmond.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 41 - Brisbane 

James Tunstill (East Perth)

Height: 187cm
Weight: 76kg

“Powerful midfielder with exciting ability to accelerate out of stoppages using his clean hands and neat skills to provide opportunities for his forwards. A player with a good balance between winning contested and uncontested ball he has some of the traits of Fremantle young star Adam Cerra and this season has been a dominate player at Under 18s level in the WAFL playing 15 matches averaging 21.9 disposals (11 contested) and 5.3 clearances.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 40 - Sydney 

Corey Warner (East Fremantle

Height: 182cm
Weight: 72kg

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“Left footed medium midfielder who can play both inside and outside using his impressive combination of speed and endurance to influence the play. Brother to Sydney Swans Rising Star Chad Warner, he progressed this season from dominating Under 18s football (nine matches, averaging 23.9 disposals) to playing four league matches an impressing averaging 13 disposals. Solid performer for Western Australia in two wins at Under 19s level over South Australia averaging 15.5 disposals giving further insight into his potential.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Carlton Receive: 2022 Fourth-Round Selection
Port Adelaide Receive: Pick 55

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Adelaide Receive: Pick 43
Melbourne Receive: 2022 Third-Round Selection

Pick 39 - Melbourne

Blake Howes (Sandringham Dragons)

Height: 190cm
Weight: 79kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 10: Blake Howes of the Dragons runs out during the NAB League Boys match between the Northern Knights and the Sandringham Dragons at Preston City Oval on April 10, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Grimes/AFL Photos)

“Medium forward who also has shown the versatility to adapt well to playing on the wing this year using his lively speed and thrilling marking to great effect. Has Jack Gunston traits as a lead up forward and this year played seven matches for the Sandringham Dragons averaging 15.7 disposals and a goal a game earning “Team of the Year” honours for his overall performances.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 38 - North Melbourne

Miller Bergman (Dandenong Stingrays)

Height: 188cm
Weight: 65kg

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“Medium forward who also plays on the wing or at half back. He’s the player his team loves to see with the ball in his hands being a great decision maker and user of the ball by hand and foot. Very lightly built now but has the repeatable skills and athletic traits to be a real AFL prospect as he develops physically.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 37 - West Coast 

Rhett Bazzo (Swan Districts) 

Height: 195cm
Weight: 81kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 22: Rhett Bazzo in action during the NAB AFL Academy training session at Gosch’s Paddock on April 22, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

Tall defender/forward who has been a swingman this year at school and club level after winning All Australian Under 16s honors in 2019 as a defender. Strong in defence for the Australian Under 18s team against Geelong (VFL) in the annual NAB AFL Challenge match he then starred for Western Australia in the championships match against South Australia taking 10 marks and having 18 disposals to one of the best afield across half back suggesting it might be his most suitable position” - Kevin Sheehan

TRADE

Collingwood Receive: Pick 48
GWS Receive: 2022 Fourth-Round Selection

Pick 36 - Adelaide

Jake Soligo (Eastern Ranges)

Height: 179cm
Weight: 80kg

"Small midfielder/forward who runs hard all day and can find space but also good in tight with his clean hands and contested ball winning. His work rate and endurance are real assets setting up an impressive season with the Eastern Ranges averaging 22.6 possessions (10 contested) as well as representing Victoria Metro at Under 19s level showcasing goals from 50 meters are also in his repertoire. Had a taste of VFL football playing for Richmond during the year adding to his development with his overall game resembling Brisbane Lions star Jarryd Lyons." - Kevin Sheehan

TRADE DECLINED

A lodged trade between the Crows and Demons was declined by the AFL.

Pick 35 - North Melbourne

Paul Curtis (Western Jets)

Height: 183cm
Weight: 78kg

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“Medium forward with a sharp eye for a goal who burst onto the radar with four goals for the Western Jets in the NAB League early in the year before carrying that goalkicking form into Victorian Metro trials and then playing in the game against Victoria Country kicking a total of six goals in those two matches. A left footer who anticipates well as a forward and first to move, he has strong hands overhead and on the lead.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 34 - Sydney

Matthew Roberts (South Adelaide)

Height: 184cm
Weight: 80kg

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 28: Matthew Roberts of South Australia in action during the NAB AFL U19 Championships game between Western Australia and South Australia at Mineral Resources Park on August 28, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

“Powerfully built midfielder who pushes forward where he impacts the scoreboard. Prolific ball winner with the footy smarts, one touch hands and a penetrating kick on his preferred left foot. A fierce competitor he has progressed from dominating Under 18s at South Adelaide (Averaged 32 disposals in three games) to playing seven league games including a preliminary final kicking two goals showing a thin slice of his potential. “ - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 33 - St Kilda (Matched Academy Bid)

Mitchito Owens (Sandringham Dragons)

Height: 190cm
Weight: 85kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 27: Mitch Owens of Vic Metro marks the ball during the U19 trial match between Vic Metro and Vic Country on June 27, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Martin Keep/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

“Grabbed his chance when he received a last-minute call up to the Victoria Metro Under 19s team for its NAB AFL Challenge match against Victoria Country gathering 29 possessions, seven marks and kicking a goal to be one of his sides best. Can also play inside midfield and use his height at stoppages to great effect after growing over 10 cm in past 12 months. A strong overhead mark as well he has continued his impressive season with the Dragons averaging 18.6 disposals in five matches.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 32 - Geelong

James Willis (North Adelaide)

Height: 181cm
Weight: 76kg

"Hard edged midfielder with that attractive combination of dazzling speed and powerful endurance. Used those assets to have excellent season with North Adelaide at Under 18s level averaging 24.3 disposals, 3.8 clearances and 4.7 tackles in 12 matches. Tough and competitive, he’s a contested ball winner who loves the physical side of the game. A leg injury curtailed the final five weeks of the season and resulted in him being unable to represent his state in under 19s matches nor test at Draft Combine level." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 31 - West Coast

Brady Hough (Peel Thunder)

Height: 190cm
Weight: 79kg

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“Medium forward who also has shown the versatility to adapt well to playing on the wing this year using his lively speed and thrilling marking to great effect. An innate ability around goals adds to his armory he played for both the Australian Under 18s and Victorian Metro Under 19s in representative matches this year giving encouraging glimpses of his potential.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 30 - Richmond

Judson Clarke (Dandenong Stingrays)

Height: 179cm
Weight: 69kg

"Left footed small forward who is dynamic around goals using his elite agility and speed to great effect to find space and convert. As well as that goal sense he also brings energy, pressure and a sharp competitive edge, not unlike Western Bulldogs Rising star Cody Weightman, up forward for his team. His skill set and potential was to the fore in a five-goal performance for Victoria Country in a trial match against Victoria Metro this year." - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 29 - Richmond

Sam Banks (Tasmania)

Height: 187cm
Weight: 71kg

HOBART, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 17: Samuel Banks of the Tasmania Devils contests the ball during the NAB Leagues match between Tasmania and Eastern Ranges at Kingston Twin Ovals on April 17, 2021 in Hobart, Australia. (Photo by Steve Bell/AFL Photos)

“Medium defender also capable of displaying his polish through the midfield. His use of the ball is elite being a combination of precise decision making and neat disposal by hand and foot. Been Tasmania’s shining light for several years winning its MVP and All Australian honors at Under 16s level in 2019.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 28 - Richmond

Tyler Sonsie (Eastern Ranges) 

Height: 181cm
Weight: 73kg

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 24: Tyler Sonsie of the NAB AFL Academy runs with the ball during the match between the NAB AFL Academy and the Geelong Cats VFL side at GMHBA Stadium on April 24, 2021 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/AFL Photos/via Getty Images)

“Small midfielder with rare footy smarts and clean hands making him a stoppage star. His dazzling speed and polished step through traffic out of the centre has drawn comparison to Richmond star Trent Cotchin with his disposal on both sides another point of difference. Was Victoria Metro’s MVP and earnt All Australian selection in Under 16s in 2019, he started the season well with the Eastern Ranges playing five matches averaging 23 disposals (12 contested) and a goal a game as well as being eye-catching in his only game for Box Hill in the VFL having 22 disposals and kicking two goals in an impressive performance.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 27 - Carlton 

Jesse Motlop (South Fremantle

Height: 177cm
Weight: 78kg

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“Small forward who has really started to blossom as a potential player with eye catching performance in both the NTFL and the WAFL particularly around his forward craft. His pace, goal sense and ability to win the ball, then make quick decisions with it has seen him progress from Under 18s to play six senior football with South Fremantle after winning a Rising Star nomination much earlier in the year playing football with St Mary’s in the NT.” -Kevin Sheehan

Pick 26 - Hawthorn

Connor MacDonald (Dandenong Stingrays) 

Height: 185cm
Weight: 83kg

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“Medium midfielder with excellent all-round athleticism and game sense which allows him to get to multiple contests and become a prolific ball winner. His game style has been compared to St Kilda’s captain Jack Steele and he possesses natural leadership attributes as captain at Haileybury College. Found plenty of the ball with the Stingrays averaging 29.8 disposals (14.2 contested) with 5.5 clearances and 4.8 tackles in four matches.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 25 - Geelong

Mitch Knevitt (Geelong Falcons) 

Height: 193cm
Weight: 85kg

Vic Country player Mitch Knevitt fronting the media at Trevor Barker Oval, 2021 (Photo: Mitchell Keating - Zero Digital Media)

“Tall midfielder who had an outstanding season after recovering from an ACL injury two years ago and missing last year due to COVID shutdown. An outstanding performer for the Geelong Falcons averaging 24.3 disposals (50% contested) 4.4 clearances and 4.3 tackles, he won their best and fairest award as well as a place in the NAB League’s “Team of the Year”. Has the elite speed and endurance combination which allows him to transition both back and forward.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 24 - Geelong

Toby Conway (Geelong Falcons) 

Height: 205cm
Weight: 97kg

Vic Country prospects Toby Conway and Mac Andrew train at Trevor Barker Oval, 2021 (Photo: Mitchell Keating - Zero Digital Media)

“Ruckman who continues to develop, growing taller after first coming onto the radar winning All Australian honors at the 2019 NAB AFL Under 16s Championships when he was 197cm. Had compelling season as a NAB AFL Draft prospect playing six matches with the Geelong Falcons averaging 13.8 disposals, 2.8 marks and 27 hit outs winning NAB League “Team of the Year” honors.” - Kevin Sheehan

Pick 23 - Hawthorn 

Sam Butler (GWV Rebels)

Height: 184cm
Weight: 76kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 23: Sam Butler of the Rebels in action during the NAB League match between Eastern Ranges and the GWV Rebels at Highgate Reserve on May 23, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jonathan DiMaggio/AFL Photos/via Getty Images )

“Medium midfielder/forward with exciting pace both away from stoppage and giving him separation to allow shots at goal. Brother to Dan at St Kilda with similar attributes and can be very effective as a pressure forward with goal sense as well. Had an excellent season with the GWV Rebels averaging 17.6 disposals at 72% efficiency in nine matches with an average of 4.8 tackles and .8 goals per game.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 22 - North Melbourne

Josh Goater (Calder Cannons

Height: 190cm
Weight: 80kg

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06: Josh Goater of the Calder Cannons poses during the NAB League Testing Day on March 06, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Graham Denholm/AFL Photos)

“Versatile midfielder/defender who uses his height, natural spring, speed and agility to win and use the ball efficiently in a range of roles both inside and outside through midfield and across half back. His vision, decision making and execution by hand and foot is a real asset and stood out in his seven matches in the NAB League averaging 24 disposals at 85% efficiency with four clearances for the Calder Cannons.” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 21 - Fremantle 

Matthew Johnson (Subiaco)

Height: 191cm
Weight: 80kg

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 25: Matthew Johnson of Western Australia is tackled by Adam DAloia of South Australia during the 2021 U19 Championship match between Western Australia and South Australia at Optus Stadium on September 25, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

“Tall midfielder who has risen to every challenge this season with ultra-consistent and impressive performances across the board at club and representative levels. Averaged 21 disposals in 10 matches at Under 18s/Reserves level for Subiaco progressing to play three league games for the WAFL powerhouse before starring for Western Australia in two matches against South Australia including winning the NAB award as his state’s best player in its AFL Grand Final curtain raiser” - Kevin Sheehan

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Pick 20 - Brisbane

Kai Lohmann (GWV Rebels)

Height: 185cm
Weight: 76kg

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"An exciting half-forward who can also spend time in the midfield. Has shown this season he is capable of producing eye-catching moments in the air for a player his size and he is equally dangerous at ground level. " - Cal Twomey

Pick 19 - Melbourne

Jacob van Rooyen (Claremont)

Height: 194cm
Weight: 91kg

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Jacob Van Rooyen of WA Gold in action during the Western Australia AFL Draft All Stars game between WA Black and WA Gold at Medibank Oval on October 10, 2020 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/AFL Photos/via Getty Images)

“Tall defender or forward who showed his real talent playing an outstanding game across half back for Western Australian Under 19s in the championships matc