The Lions have given up their 2020 second-round pick and their 2020 fourth-round pick for the 22-year-old, who played 45 games for the Suns across four seasons with the club.
“Cal is fast and smart with his ball use, some skills we were after at Trade Period,” Brisbane’s General Manager of Football David Noble told the club’s website.
“He is competitive around the ball and can take a strong mark.
We are really excited to secure a young talent like Cal, who is bolstered by plenty of AFL experience.
“We are happy he would want to come to our Club.”
— AFL House (@AFL_House) October 16, 2019