Closing out the first half of the top 10, Pick 5 is one that club's would hope turns into greatness.

Looking at the history of the fifth overall selection, on average players reach 123 games, with four players recording no games at all.

Some notable names picked at five include Joel M Smith (St Kilda & Hawthorn), Luke Power (Brisbane & GWS) and Leigh Brown (Fremantle, North Melbourne and Collingwood), all who don't make the list as they were drafted prior to 2000.

Pick five has also seen some generational greats, which you'll see later in our list, and some recent young guns who have big futures.

Want to see who we rank as the best draft picks for each number from one to 30? You can read up on theΒ  Zero Hanger Ultimate AFL Draft.

9. Jordan De Goey (2014)

Despite off-field controversies, there is no denying the talent and potential of Jordan De Goey.

The Magpie broke out in 2018, and was a crucial part of the Pies' push to the grand final that year.

The former Oakleigh Charger kicked 48 goals to become the leading goalkicker and earned himself selection in the 22under22 team.

De Goey kicked three goals in the grand final loss to West Coast, and was one of the best for Collingwood that day.

With his breakout season came comparisons to Dustin Martin, something the 25-year-old had recently shared he was tired of.

This season, De Goey played predominantly in midfield, mostly in the back half of the year, averaging 21.0 disposals, 5.4 marks and 3.0 clearances per game.

After 188 games for 155 goals, De Goey had Pies fans excited for his potential as a full-time midfielder before his most recent troubles clouded his future.