Many of the top-end talents of the 2014 class have risen to become club leaders and competition superstars.

This updated draft sees some of the best players in the AFL join different teams and create many exciting scenarios. Will your club suffer or be better off with this re-arrange?

Here is the original 2014 first round:

  1. Paddy McCartin (St Kilda)
  2. Christian Petracca (Melbourne)
  3. Angus Brayshaw (Melbourne)
  4. Jarrod Pickett (GWS)
  5. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
  6. Caleb Marchbank (GWS)
  7. Paul Ahern (GWS)
  8. Peter Wright (Gold Coast)
  9. Darcy Moore (Collingwood - f/s)
  10. Nakia Cockatoo (Geelong)
  11. Liam Duggan (West Coast)
  12. Corey Ellis (Richmond)
  13. Lachie Weller (Fremantle)
  14. Jake Lever (Adelaide)
  15. Jarrod Garlett (Gold Coast)
  16. Sam Durdin (North Melbourne)
  17. Kyle Langford (Essendon)
  18. Isaac Heeney (Sydney - Academy)
  19. Blaine Boekhorst (Carlton)
  20. Jayden Laverde (Essendon)
  21. Hugh Goddard (St Kilda)

This draft features several academy/father-son picks i.e Heeney, Moore. These players will be drafted by the same original team at a potentially higher or lower pick depending on player value.

The draft order will hence be shifted for these adjustments; if Darcy Moore is judged the top pick of the class, Collingwood will move to pick 1 and the following teams will move down a spot.

Players will also be drafted based on team needs rather than purely the best available prospect.

20. Jeremy Finlayson - GWS (original position - pick 85, academy)

Finlayson is the biggest mover in this draft after sliding up a whopping 65 picks. An obvious factor in his late selection was his Academy player status so he still joins the Giants as part of their program and will still be a valuable piece in their 2019 grand final side.

In recent years he has showcased versatility in a side down on form, ranging from a key forward to a full-time ruck at times.

Finlayson's eventual move to Port Adelaide pends on the future success of GWS, whose list will be drastically changed throughout this re-draft.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 03: Jeremy Finlayson of the Giants celebrates kicking a goal during the round 20 AFL match between the Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Sydney Swans at GIANTS Stadium on August 03, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/AFL Photos via Getty Images )