Night one saw the year's best players drafted, while a number of bolters emerged and a total of seven father-son or Academy players earned bids to see the first-round selection tally balloon out to almost a top 30.
West Coast are set to open night two of the draft and will likely field offers from rivals for their selection of Pick 30, with Brisbane, Geelong, Carlton and Richmond to follow.
The Lions and Tigers are looking to make their opening selections early into the second round, and will have access to a number of formidable draft prospects who were overlooked on Monday night.
1. Archer Reid
The Gippsland Power forward is likely to be among the first few selected on night two and will be deemed unlucky not to have his name called on Monday night.
Is a towering and athletic attacker who has also honed his ruck craft over the year to strengthen his case.
Represented Vic Country, the AFL Academy and Gippsland throughout 2023 to be viewed as one of the leading key forwards among his class.
Clubs in consideration: West Coast, Geelong, Richmond