FREMANTLE has moved up to pick No.8 in the NAB AFL Draft after pick swaps with Melbourne and Adelaide.

The Dockers have pushed up the order from No.10 to No.8, which is a move designed to see them get ahead of a possible bid for Next Generation Academy gun Liam Henry.

The Demons have shifted two spots back as part of the deal, seeing them now likely to enter next week's national draft with picks No.3 and 10.

For trading down, Melbourne has secured pick 28 from the Crows, as well as Carlton's future fourth-round selection (which was on-traded from Fremantle).   

The Dees had loomed as possible bidders for Henry if they had stayed at pick No.8, which would have forced the Dockers to either match with pick No.10 or trade back down the order to match with later selections. 

Now, Carlton loom as the most likely club to place a bid on Henry within the early ranks, although Sydney has also shown interest in the exciting Indigenous prospect. 

However, it is most likely that a bid comes after the Dockers' pair of picks inside the top 10 (No.7 and No.8 overall).

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The Crows secured pick No.22 and a future-third round selection from the Dockers in exchange for picks 28, 49 and a future fourth-round selection. Fremantle then on-traded pick No.28 to Melbourne.

Adelaide's incoming third-round pick in 2020 is tied to Collingwood's finishing position. The Crows say they had not planned to use pick 49 on draft night.

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