The Kangaroos recently fended off a mammoth bid by Adelaide for Pick 1, with the Tigers the latest keen suitor to table a godfather offer to the Arden Street club.
According to AFL.com.au's Callum Twomey, Richmond packaged the young tall along with Picks 7, 15 and 26 in exchange for Pick 1, an offer the Kangaroos refused.
The two clubs were able to come to an agreement to see Coleman-Jones join the Kangaroos this off-season on Friday afternoon however, with veteran North Melbourne defender Robbie Tarrant heading to Punt Road.
The Tigers and Roos also exchanged selections in the trade, however no first-round picks were involved.
The Kangaroos are tipped to secure the services of South Adelaide star Jason Horne-Francis at the top of the draft order, with the highly-touted teenager set to tremendously aid the club's list rebuild.
Kangaroos list manager Glenn Luff recently stated it would take a "pretty attractive" offer for the club to part with their top selection, while football boss Brady Rawlings told SEN that North Melbourne will listen to bids from other clubs for Pick 1.
“Obviously when you’ve got pick one and obviously this year has got a couple of guys up the top end that are of extreme talent, clubs are going to come for them,” he said.
“There’s been a few offers for that pick. Once you get to this point of the year you can attribute the pick to a player now, so it becomes even more valuable.
“We listen to every offer that comes our way, but it’s going to take a lot of currency to get this one.”
The Kangaroos currently hold Picks 20, 42, 47, 72 and 77 to go along with Pick 1 ahead of the 2021 Draft.