2020 AFL Draft Media Opportunity
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 10: The Victorian first round draft picks pose for a photograph during the NAB AFL Draft media opportunity at Marvel Stadium on December 10, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

The order for the 2021 National Draft continues to take shape through the 2021 AFL Trade Period, with trades and compensation altering the selection queue as the AFL's off-season continues.

Following a wooden spoon finish, the Kangaroos enter the AFL Draft with the first overall selection, while the Giants follow with the second pick after acquiring Collingwood's top selection last year.

The Magpies and Bulldogs will be looking to bolster their draft hands as respective father-son selections Nick Daicos (Collingwood) and Sam Darcy (Western Bulldogs) firm for an early bid from a rival side.

Non-finalists Suns, Crows and Hawks also hold top-five selections for the draft, while the preliminary final Cats, and premiership Demons join Collingwood as not currently holding a 2021 first-round pick prior to the trade period.

Clubs with Next Generation Academy (NGA) prospects will now have to wait until after the 20th selection before they are able to match bids to acquire their respective NGA products.

SEE: Updated list of AFL Draft picks and points

The 2021 NAB AFL Draft is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, November 24.

AFL 2021 National Draft Order

Round 1
1
2
GWS Giants (from Collingwood in 2020)
3 Gold Coast
4 Adelaide
5 Hawthorn
6 Fremantle (from Carlton in 2021)
7 Richmond
8 Fremantle
9 St Kilda
10 West Coast
11 Essendon
12 Port Adelaide (from Sydney in 2021)
13 GWS Giants
14 Brisbane
15
Richmond (from Geelong in 2020)
16 Sydney (from Port Adelaide in 2021)
17 Melbourne (from Western Bulldogs in 2021)
18
Brisbane (from Melbourne in 2020)
Round 2
19
Fremantle (from Gold Coast in 2021)
20
21
Hawthorn (from Collingwood in 2020)
22 Geelong (from Fremantle in 2021)
23 Western Bulldogs (from Adelaide in 2021)
24 Hawthorn
25 Carlton
26 Richmond
27 Richmond (from Collingwood, from Fremantle in 2021)
28
Richmond (from St Kilda in 2020)
29 West Coast
30
Geelong (from Essendon in 2020)
31 Sydney
32
Geelong (from GWS Giants in 2020)
33 Adelaide (from Melbourne in 2021)
34 Geelong
35
West Coast (from Port Adelaide in 2020)
36
37
Melbourne (From Adelaide in 2021)
38
Collingwood (From Richmond, Mabior Chol compensation)
39
Sydney (George Hewett compensation)
Round 3
40
Collingwood (from Richmond, from North Melbourne in 2021)
41 Brisbane (from Geelong in 2021)
42
North Melbourne (from Richmond in 2021)
43
44
Western Bulldogs (from Adelaide in 2021)
45
46 Collingwood (From Gold Coast)
47 North Melbourne (from Richmond in 2021)
48
Collingwood (from Fremantle in 2020)
49 Melbourne (from St Kilda in 2021)
50
Geelong (from Brisbane in 2021)
51 Essendon
52
53 GWS Giants
54 GWSGiants (from Brisbane in 2021)
55 Collingwood
56
Essendon (from Port Adelaide in 2020)
57
58 Collingwood (From Gold Coast, From Melbourne)
Round 4
59
Hawthorn (from North Melbourne in 2020)
60
Brisbane (from Collingwood in 2020)
61 Fremantle (from Gold Coast in 2021)
62 St Kilda (from Adelaide in 2021)
63
Port Adelaide (from Hawthorn in 2020)
64 Carlton
65
Hawthorn (from Richmond in 2020)
66
St Kilda (from Adelaide in 2021)
67 St Kilda
68 West Coast
69
Fremantle (from Gold Coast in 2020)
70 Sydney
71 GWS Giants
72
North Melbourne (from Brisbane in 2020)
73
Port Adelaide (from Geelong in 2020)
74 Port Adelaide
75
Adelaide (from Western Bulldogs in 2021)
76
Brisbane (from Melbourne in 2020)

 

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