Brisbane may consider asking the AFL for a priority draft pick to help rebuild its list.
The Lions, who currently sit last, have lost five top 30 draft selections in the past two years to rival clubs and are expected to also lose James Aish and Matthew Leuenberger at the end of this season.
The club has publicly backed coach Justin Leppitsch to return the club to its glory days, however, the Lions have admitted that their list is lacking the talent to currently push their way back up the ladder.
The Herald Sun has reported that Brisbane could ask the League for a priority draft pick at this year’s national Draft. The AFL decides on whether to hand out a priority selection based on “on-field performance in recent years and any other matter the commission regards as relevant”.
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