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Final draft order: Which picks is your club taking to this year's draft?

UPDATED: Friday, November 20

Below is the final order of selection for the 2015 NAB AFL Draft.The draft will be held in Adelaide on Tuesday, November 24. 

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Rookie list promotions are included among the compulsory minimum of three selections that each club must have at the draft, but the names of these players will not be formally read out at the draft.

ROUND ONE
CARL 1. Carlton
BL 2. Brisbane Lions
MELB 3. Melbourne (received from Gold Coast in an exchange of picks)
ESS 4. Essendon
ESS 5. Essendon (received from St Kilda as part of the trade for Jake Carlisle)
GCFC 6. Gold Coast (received from Melbourne in an exchange of picks)
MELB 7. Melbourne (received from GWS as part of the trade for Tom Bugg; originally received by GWS from Collingwood as part of the trade for Adam Treloar)
CARL 8. Carlton (received from GWS as part of the trade for Lachie Plowman, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips and Liam Sumner)
ADEL 9. Adelaide (received from Geelong as part of the trade for Patrick Dangerfield)
GWS 10. Greater Western Sydney (received from Melbourne as part of the trade for Tom Bugg; earlier received by Melbourne from Gold Coast in an exchange of picks, originally received by Gold Coast from Port Adelaide as part of the trade for Charlie Dixon)
CARL 11. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs via a pick exchange)
RICH 12. Richmond
ADEL 13. Adelaide
STK 14. St Kilda (received from the Sydney Swans as part of the Jake Carlisle-Craig Bird trade)
HAW 15. Hawthorn (received from North Melbourne as part of the trade for Jed Anderson)
GCFC 16. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle as part of the trade for Harley Bennell)
NMFC 17. North Melbourne (received from the Brisbane Lions as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal; originally received by the Brisbane Lions from West Coast via a trade for Jack Redden)
HAW 18. Hawthorn

 

END OF ROUND ONE
CARL 19. Carlton (received from Richmond via a trade for Chris Yarran; earlier received by Richmond from Gold Coast as part of the Charlie Dixon trade; received by Gold Coast from Greater Western Sydney via a trade in 2012; traded to the Giants by Fremantle in 2011; originally received by the Dockers as compensation for Rhys Palmer)

 

ROUND TWO
WB 20. Western Bulldogs (received from Carlton via a pick exchange)
WB 21. Western Bulldogs (received from Carlton via a pick exchange; originally received by Carlton from Brisbane Lions as part of the trade for Tom Bell)
FRE 22. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast as part of the trade for Harley Bennell)
WCE 23. West Coast (received from the Sydney Swans via an exchange of picks; originally received by the Sydney Swans from Essendon as part of the Jake Carlisle-Craig Bird trade)
ESS 24. Essendon (on-traded from the Swans as part of the deal for Jake Carlisle, originally from St Kilda)
ESS 25. Essendon (received from Melbourne as part of the trade for Jake Melksham)
NMFC 26. North Melbourne (received from Collingwood as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal)
COLL 27. Collingwood (received from Greater Western Sydney via a pick exchange)
NMFC 28. North Melbourne (received from Collingwood as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal; earlier received by Collingwood from GWS as part of the trade for Adam Treloar; earlier received by GWS from Carlton as part of the trade for Lachie Plowman, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips and Liam Sumner; earlier received by Carlton from Adelaide as part of the trade for Troy Menzel; originally received by Adelaide from Geelong as part of the trade for Patrick Dangerfield)
GCFC 29. Gold Coast (received from Melbourne in an exchange of picks, originally received by Melbourne from Port Adelaide as part of the trade for Jimmy Toumpas)
WB 30. Western Bulldogs
WC 31. West Coast (received from Gold Coast as part of the trade for Matt Rosa; originally received by Gold Coast from Richmond as part of the trade for Charlie Dixon)
PORT 32. Port Adelaide (received from Melbourne as part of a pick exchange in Jimmy Toumpas trade; originally from Adelaide)
SYD 33. Sydney Swans
GWS 34. Greater Western Sydney (received from Collingwood via a pick exchange; originally received by Collingwood from North Melbourne as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade)
FREM 35. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast via a pick exchange; originally received by Gold Coast from Fremantle as part of the trade for Harley Bennell)
SYD 36. Sydney Swans (received from the Sydney Swans via an exchange of picks)
SYD 37. Sydney Swans (received from the Sydney Swans via an exchange of picks; originally received as compensation for losing free agent Scott Selwood)
BL 38. Brisbane Lions (received from North Melbourne as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal; originally received by North Melbourne from Hawthorn as part of the trade for Jed Anderson)

 

END OF ROUND TWO
BL 39. Brisbane Lions (received as compensation for losing free agent Matthew Leuenberger)
BL 40. Brisbane Lions (received from North Melbourne as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal; earlier received by North Melbourne from Hawthorn as part of the trade for Jed Anderson; originally received by the Hawks as compensation for losing free agent Matthew Suckling)

 

ROUND THREE
BL 41. Brisbane Lions (received from Carlton as part of the trade for Tom Bell)
GWS 42. Greater Western Sydney (received from Melbourne as part of the Tom Bugg trade; originally received by Melbourne from Gold Coast in an exchange of picks)
SYD 43. Sydney Swans (received from Essendon as part of the Jake Carlisle-Craig Bird trade)
STK 44. St Kilda
MELB 45. Melbourne
NMFC 46. North Melbourne (receieved from Collingwood has part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac deal)
HAW 47. Hawthorn (received from GWS in an exchange of picks)
PORT 48. Port Adelaide (received from Gold Coast as part of the trade for Charlie Dixon; originally received by Gold Coast from Geelong as part of the trade for Zac Smith)
MELB 49. Melbourne (received from Port Adelaide as part of the trade for Jimmy Toumpas)
WB 50. Western Bulldogs
RICH 51. Richmond
GWS 52. Greater Western Sydney (received from Collingwood via a pick exchange; earlier received by Collingwood from North Melbourne as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade; earlier received by North Melbourne from Gold Coast as part of the trade for Daniel Currie; earlier received by Gold Coast from Geelong as part of the trade for Zac Smith; originally received by Geelong from Adelaide as part of the trade for Patrick Dangerfield)
SYD 53. Sydney Swans
GWS 54. Greater Western Sydney (received from Hawthorn in an exchange of picks; originally received by Hawthorn from North Melbourne as part of the trade for Jed Anderson)
GC 55. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle via a pick exchange)
ESS 56. Essendon (received from West Coast as part of the trade for Jonathan Giles)
GWS 57. Greater Western Sydney (received from Hawthorn)

 

ROUND FOUR
CARL 58. Carlton
CARL 59. Carlton (received from the Brisbane Lions as part of the trade for Tom Bell)
FREM 60. Fremantle (received from Gold Coast via a pick exchange)
WCE 61. West Coast (received from Essendon as part of the trade for Jonathan Giles)
GWS 62. Greater Western Sydney (received from Collingwood via a pick exchange; originally received by Collingwood from St Kilda as part of the trade for Nathan Freeman)
GWS 63. Greater Western Sydney (received from Melbourne as part of the Tom Bugg trade)
COLL 64. Collingwood (received from Greater Western Sydney via a pick exchange)
GEEL 65. Geelong
STK 66. St Kilda (received from Collingwood as part of the trade for Nathan Freeman, earlier received by Collingwood from Melbourne as part of the trade for Jeremy Howe; originally from Port Adelaide)
NMFC 67. North Melbourne
FRE 68. Fremantle
WCE 69. West Coast
HAW 70. Hawthorn

 

ROUND FIVE
COLL 71. Collingwood (received from Greater Western Sydney via a pick exchange; originally received by Greater Western Sydney from Carlton as part of the trade for Lachie Plowman, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips and Liam Sumner)
GCFC 72. Gold Coast
ESS 73. Essendon
COLL 74. Collingwood
COLL 75. Collingwood (received from Greater Western Sydney via a pick exchange)
GEEL 76. Geelong
PORT 77. Port Adelaide
RICH 78. Richmond
NMFC 79. North Melbourne
FRE 80. Fremantle
WCE 81. West Coast

 

ROUND SIX
ESS 82. Essendon
GEEL 83. Geelong
RICH 84. Richmond

 

ROUND SEVEN
CARL 85. Carlton
ESS 86. Essendon
GEEL 87. Geelong

 

ROUND EIGHT
GEEL 88. Geelong

 

ROUND NINE
GEEL 89. Geelong

Future picks

For the first time in 2015, clubs may trade future draft selections.

Clubs must:

Only trade selections from the following year's draft

Make at least two first-round selections in each four-year period. If they don't, they will face restrictions from trading any further first-round draft picks

If a club trades a future first-round selection, it may not trade any other future selections from the same draft. However if a club retains its future first-round selection, it can trade multiple future selections from other rounds.

2016 DRAFT SELECTIONS (A-Z)
ADEL Adelaide - no future picks
BL Brisbane Lions - round-two selection (received from Collingwood as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade; originally received from St Kilda via trade for Nathan Freeman); round-three selection (received from North Melbourne as part of James Aish-Ryan Bastinac trade)
CARL Carlton - round-three selection (received from the Western Bulldogs via a pick exchange)
COLL Collingwood - round-two selection
ESS Essendon - no future picks
FRE Fremantle - no future picks
GEEL Geelong -  round-three selection (received from Brisbane Lions via a trade for Josh Walker and Jarrad Jansen); round-five selection (received from GWS via a trade for Steve Johnson)
GCFC Gold Coast - round-one selection (received from Melbourne in an exchange of picks); round-two selection (received from Richmond as part of Charlie Dixon trade); round-two selection (received from Port Adelaide as part of Charlie Dixon trade); round-two selection (received from Fremantle via a pick exchange)
GWS Greater Western Sydney - round-one selection (received from Collingwood via a trade for Adam Treloar); round-one selection (received from Carlton via a trade for Lachie Plowman, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips and Liam Sumnerreceived by Carlton from Geelong via a trade for Lachie Henderson); round-two selection (received from Adelaide via a trade for Curtly Hampton)
HAW Hawthorn - no future picks
MELB Melbourne - no future picks
NMFC North Melbourne - no future picks
PORT Port Adelaide - no future picks
RICH Richmond - no future picks
SYD Sydney Swans - no future picks
STK St Kilda - no future picks
WCE West Coast - no future picks
WB Western Bulldogs - round-four selection (received from Carlton via a pick exchange); round-four selection (received from the Sydney Swans as part of Michael Talia trade)