Fremantle are set to select "the best player" available at next week's National Draft when they're on the clock at Pick 30.
That trade has left them with a hand consisting of Picks 30, 43, 44, 65, 70 and 77, meaning they currently won't feature on the opening night of the draft in what will showcase just the first round of selections.
They'll enter midway through the second round at Pick 30, before holding two successive third rounds picks and a trio of later selections.
Their first pick will be the focal point for the Dockers and head of player personnel David Walls, who revealed to SEN WA that Fremantle will look toward the best prospect still on offer at Pick 30.
The Dockers will also look to add to their spine, wether that be attaining a ruckman, key defender, or both.
"Pick 30 will be the best player and then after that we'll try and address the needs," Walls said.
"We need a developing ruck and a key defender will be nice as well. We had great years from Brennan Cox, Alex Pearce last year, who got through injury free, and we look forward to seeing Joel Hamling this year, but we need a younger defender we can try and develop."
The aforementioned Jackson will be able to take some of the workload from first-string tall Sean Darcy, however depth options are still required.
The National Draft will commence next Monday, November 28, and run across two night, while the Rookie Draft will take place on the Wednesday.