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Indicative draft order: June

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 25: General view prior to the 2016 NAB AFL Draft at the Hordern Pavilion on November 25, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)
The 2017 AFL National Draft will be held on Friday, November 24 at Sydney Showgrounds

AFL Media has compiled this year's draft order based on the ladder after 11 rounds, including future selections that were traded last year.

Free agency compensation picks could be added later in the year, but at this stage the first round of the draft will have 17 selections after Greater Western Sydney's 1000-point penalty for the Lachie Whitfield affair last year.

Currently, Adelaide's first selection comes at pick No.17.


BL 1. Brisbane Lions
Carlton 2. Carlton
SYD 3. Sydney
STK 4. St Kilda (received from Hawthorn)
GCFC 5. Gold Coast
NMFC 6. North Melbourne
ESS 7. Essendon
STK 8. St Kilda
Coll 9. Collingwood
MELB 10. Melbourne
FRE 11. Fremantle
WCE 12. West Coast
WB 13. Western Bulldogs
BL 14. Brisbane Lions (received from Port Adelaide)
RICH 15. Richmond
RICH 16. Richmond (received from Geelong, via Carlton and GWS on-trades)
ADEL 17. Adelaide


BL 18. Brisbane Lions
GEEL 19. Geelong (received from Carlton)
SYD 20. Sydney
GCFC 21. Gold Coast (received from Hawthorn)
GCFC 22. Gold Coast
NMFC 23. North Melbourne
ESS 24. Essendon
GWS 25. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda)
GWS 26. Greater Western Sydney (received from Collingwood)
MELB 27. Melbourne
GCFC 28. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle)
WCE 29. West Coast
WB 30. Western Bulldogs
PORT 31. Port Adelaide
GCFC 32. Gold Coast (received from Richmond)
GEEL 33. Geelong
ADEL 34. Adelaide
HAW 35. Hawthorn (received from GWS, via Carlton on-trade)


COLL 36. Collingwood (received from the Brisbane Lions)
Carlton 37. Carlton
SYD 38. Sydney
HAW 39. Hawthorn
GCFC 40. Gold Coast
WB 41. Western Bulldogs (received from North Melbourne)
ESS 42. Essendon
STK 43. St Kilda
BL 44. Brisbane Lions (received from Collingwood
MELB 45. Melbourne
FRE 46. Fremantle
WCE 47. West Coast
NMFC 48. North Melbourne (received from the Western Bulldogs)
PORT 49. Port Adelaide
RICH 50. Richmond
GEEL 51. Geelong
ADEL 52. Adelaide
RICH 53. Richmond (received from Greater Western Sydney)


COLL 54. Collingwood (received from the Brisbane Lions)
Carlton 55. Carlton
SYD 56. Sydney
HAW 57. Hawthorn
FRE 58. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast)
STK 59. St Kilda (received from North Melbourne, via Western Bulldogs on-trade)
ESS 60. Essendon
STK 61. St Kilda
Coll 62. Collingwood
MELB 63. Melbourne
FRE 64. Fremantle
WCE 65. West Coast
NMFC 66. North Melbourne (received from the Western Bulldogs)
PORT 67. Port Adelaide
RICH 68. Richmond
GEEL 69. Geelong
ADEL 70. Adelaide
GWS 71. Greater Western Sydney


BL 72. Brisbane Lions
Carlton 73. Carlton
SYD 74. Sydney
HAW 75. Hawthorn
GCFC 76. Gold Coast
NMFC 77. North Melbourne
ESS 78. Essendon
WB 79. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
Coll 80. Collingwood
MELB 81. Melbourne
FRE 82. Fremantle
WCE 83. West Coast
WB 84. Western Bulldogs
PORT 85. Port Adelaide
RICH 86. Richmond
GEEL 87. Geelong
ADEL 88. Adelaide
GWS 89. Greater Western Sydney

* The Giants' first pick (no.18, worth 985 points) will shift to the end of the draft as a result of the 1000 point penalty placed on them due to the Lachie Whitfield affair. The remaining 15 points will be taken off the value of their next pick.

The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of the AFL or its clubs