We've taken a look back at the 2010 AFL draft with the joy of hindsight!

It was a draft where Gold Coast had the first three overall selections and a further four picks in the top 11.

But all Suns will be thinking is 'what could've been,' given just two of those seven players remain on their list. And three of them are now premiership Tigers.

Here is Zero Hanger's re-drafted first 15 picks of the 2010 AFL national draft:

10. Jared Polec (Adelaide)

Another player who has spent time at three separate clubs and has also fallen down the order in our re-draft, but Polec's career is not like any other.

Taken at pick five with the Lions, Polec always showed glimpses but failed to regularly break into the AFL side, playing just 16 games in his three seasons with Brisbane.

Following his successful request to move to Port Adelaide, Polec took his game to a new level, including a 30-disposal effort against the Giants seven rounds into his debut season in South Australia.

Injuries set Polec's time with Port back, where he eventually left the Power after 90 matches in favour of a move to North Melbourne.

Polec's career to date boasts over 20 disposals per game from his 128 match career.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 20: Jared Polec of the Kangaroos poses during a North Melbourne Kangaroos AFL media opportunity at Arden Street Ground on November 20, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

David Swallow (Gold Coast)An injury riddled start to Swallow's career stained the No.1 draft picks hopes of maintaining his spot atop the 2010 draft mantle rankings.

Although, through the plagued career, Swallow still comes through as one of the drafts best from his 139 game career with the Suns.

Having won the clubs Best and Fairest in 2014 and being named in the 22 under 22 side the same season, The Suns' co-captain has shown just how good he can be when fully fit.

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 18: David Swallow of the Suns in action during the round 22 AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and Brisbane Lions at Metricon Stadium on August 18, 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)