Clubs are permitted to exchange draft picks up until and during the day of the National Draft, which will again span across two days.
The Tigers enter the 2021 Draft with the greatest draft points total, amassing 5,056 points after holding selections 7, 15, 26, 28, 38, 40 and 83 following the end of the Trade Period.
Trade paperwork lodged.
Collingwood trade its Round Two Selection (pick 27, on traded from Fremantle) to Richmond for its Round Three Selection (38), Round Three Selection (pick 40, on traded from North Melbourne) and its Future Round Three Selection.
— AFL House (@AFL_House) October 18, 2021
The Magpies send their first selection at the draft - Pick 27 - to the Tigers, gaining Picks 38 and 40 from Richmond and a future third-round pick.
Collingwood are required to accumulate enough draft points to secure the services of father-son prospect Nick Daicos, who is touted as a top-three prospect in this year's draft class.
The trade would see Collingwood hold picks 36, 38, 40, 46, 48, 55, 58, 78 and 79 for the 2021 National Draft, which is scheduled for November 24-25.