With the 2024 AFL Mid-Season Draft near, fans are beginning to get an idea of who their club could select at Wednesday night's count.

The draft order has been finalised, with 14 of the 18 clubs filing for spots in the queue following Round 11.


While there could be up to 23 selections made at this year's Mid-Season Draft, we're likely to see no more than 20 picks selected on the night.

Ahead of the Mid-Season Draft, we've married up one prospect with one AFL club who is in line to add to their list this week.

*Geelong, GWS, Fremantle and Gold Coast have not been used in this exercise as they do not have a spot for the Mid-Season Draft.


1. Adelaide

Noah Howes

Potentially in the market for more key position prospects, local option Howes looms as a potential pickup for the Crows with their opening selection - approximately Pick 7.

The South Adelaide teenager has been a standout for the Panthers despite their struggles in the SANFL this year, with the U18s 2023 premiership player looking more than comfortable at the senior level to start this year.

Howes has kicked nine goals in six games for South Adelaide and booted a further two majors over the weekend when representing South Australia in the U18s National Championships as an over-age prospect.

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With the Crows perhaps needing some further forward depth and someone who can potentially assist as a pinch-hit ruckman, Howes is one name to consider at West Lakes.

Picks: 7, 18, 22
Other prospects to consider: Jack Hutchinson, Toby Murray, Jed Hagan, Jez McLennan, Luke Beecken, Ben Hopkins, Kobe Ryan, Brynn Teakle