We're counting down the best draft picks from the last 25 years.

Beginning with all the No. 10 picks and working our way down to No. 1, here are the best of the best from each selection.

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9. Jordan McMahon

Initially drafted to Western Bulldogs, the pacy left-footer made an impact on the wing, playing 114 games in seven seasons.

He started his career slow at the Kennel, but slowly found his feet to which he was labelled as an important member of the Bulldogs' defence.

McMahon was assigned the dangerous small forwards and battled diligently whilst also providing run and rebound from the back half.

From 2008 onwards, McMahon played for the Tigers under his original coach and Australian Hall of Famer, Terry Wallace.

He played some of his best footy at Richmond, including kicking a match winning goal in 2009 against the Demons.

McMahon struggled to find his place in the side with new coach Damien Hardwick and was ultimately delisted at the end of 2010, ending his career.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 19: Jordan McMahon of the Bulldogs celebrates the goal that put the Bulldogs in front late in the last quater of the round 20 AFL match between the Western Bulldogs and the Adelaide Crows at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 19, 2006 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)