Posted: 17 October, 2016 by Footy Newsroom

UPDATED: Current 2016 Draft Order

All the picks

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With all the trades and movements of the 2016 Trade Period, here is the current draft order heading into November.

UPDATED - 16/10/16

CURRENT 2016 DRAFT ORDER

ROUND 1

1. Essendon
2. Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions)
3. Brisbane Lions (received from GWS)
4. Gold Coast
5. Carlton
6. Richmond
7. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy)
9. Port Adelaide
10. Hawthorn (received from St Kilda)
11. North Melbourne
12. West Coast
13. Adelaide
14. Sydney Swans (received from Hawthorn as part of Tom Mitchell trade)
15. Greater Western Sydney
16. Brisbane Lions (received from GWS)
17. Sydney Swans
18. Western Bulldogs


19. Brisbane Lions (priority pick received from AFL)


ROUND 2

20. Essendon
21. Brisbane Lions
22. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle via a 2015 pick exchange)
23. St Kilda (received from Hawthorn)
24. Gold Coast
25. Carlton
26. Gold Coast (received from Richmond as part of 2015 Charlie Dixon trade)
27. Richmond (received as compensation for free agent Ty Vickery)
28. Collingwood
29. Melbourne
30. Gold Coast (received from Port Adelaide as part of 2015 Charlie Dixon trade)
31. Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions)
32. North Melbourne
33. North Melbourne (received as compensation for free agent Daniel Wells)
34. West Coast
35. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy)
36. St Kilda (received from Hawthorn)
37. Greater Western Sydney
38. Geelong
39. Sydney Swans
40. Western Bulldogs


ROUND 3

41. Essendon
42. Geelong (received from Brisbane Lions via a 2015 trade for Josh Walker and Jarrad Jansen)
43. Fremantle
44. Gold Coast
45. Carlton
46. Richmond
47. Collingwood
48. Melbourne
49. Port Adelaide
50. St Kilda
51. Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions)
52. Sydney Swans (received from Hawthorn as part of Tom Mitchell trade)
53. Adelaide
54. West Coast (received from Hawthorn as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
55. Greater Western Sydney
56. Geelong
57. Hawthorn (received from Sydney Swans as part of Tom Mitchell trade)
58. Carlton (received from the Western Bulldogs via a 2015 pick exchange)


ROUND 4

59. Essendon
60. Greater Western Sydney (received from Brisbane Lions)
61. Fremantle
62. Gold Coast
63. Western Bulldogs (received from Carlton via a 2015 pick exchange)
64. Richmond
65. Collingwood
66. Melbourne
67. Port Adelaide
68. Hawthorn (received from St Kilda)
69. GWS (received from North Melbourne via a trade for Paul Ahern)
70. Hawthorn (received from West Coast as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
71. Adelaide
72. West Coast (received from Hawthorn as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
73. Fremantle (received from Greater Western Sydney via a trade for Cam McCarthy)
74. Geelong
75. Western Bulldogs (received from the Sydney Swans as part of the 2015 Michael Talia trade)
76. Western Bulldogs


ROUND 5

77. Essendon
78. Brisbane Lions
79. Fremantle
80. Gold Coast
81. Carlton
82. Richmond
83. Collingwood
84. Melbourne
85. Port Adelaide
86. St Kilda
87. North Melbourne
88. Hawthorn (received from West Coast as part of Sam Mitchell trade)
89. Adelaide
90. Hawthorn
91. Geelong (received from GWS via a 2015 trade for Steve Johnson)
92. Geelong
93. Sydney Swans
94. Western Bulldogs


ROUND 6

95. Essendon
96. Brisbane Lions
97. Fremantle
98. Gold Coast
99. Carlton
100. Richmond
101. Collingwood
102. Melbourne
103. Port Adelaide
104. St Kilda
105. North Melbourne
106. West Coast
107. Adelaide
108. Hawthorn
109. Greater Western Sydney
110. Geelong
111. Sydney Swans
112. Western Bulldogs


FUTURE DRAFT PICKS

GWS - receive 2017 round two selection from St Kilda in exchange for Jack Steele

St Kilda - receive 2017 round one selection from Hawthorn in a pick exchange

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