The Gold Coast Suns are reportedly considering trading the No. 3 pick at the upcoming national draft in exchange for multiple early selections.
According to an AFL.com.au, the club is looking to potentially secure a package of picks in order to get their hands on multiple highly-rated first-round talents.
Father-son prospects Nick Daicos (Collingwood) and Sam Darcy (Western Bulldogs) will likely be the first cabs off the rank at November's draft, but after them there are a host of promising youngsters battling to be chosen among the top 10.
With such an even level of talent after that first quartet, a club like the Suns could look to trade down a few spots from No.3 and add another early selection to their overall haul while still being able to select a highly-talented prospect with their trade-down pick.
Rival clubs are aware that the Suns are open to trade offers, with the Queensland club also believed to be keen on adding ready-made talent this off-season.
However, as it stands, Gold Coast will carry picks No. 3, 19 and 22 into this year's trade period.