BRISBANE has one eye on the NAB AFL 2020 Draft, completing a trade with Collingwood to bring in a future second-round selection.
The Lions have handed over their round three pick (currently No.48) and their future third-rounder for the Magpies future second-rounder.
Pick No.48 has certainly done the rounds, starting at Adelaide in 2018, before travelling to Carlton.
The Blues sent pick 48 to Sydney at the start of the final day of this year's Telstra AFL Trade Period.
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It was then traded from the Swans to Brisbane in exchange for speedster Lewis Taylor and has now landed at Collingwood.
The deal leaves Collingwood with picks 35, 48, 62 and 74 in next week’s draft and offers currency to explore further exchanges.
"Basically, we have brought in another pick to work with this year but not at any significant cost to our draft position next year given we have a future second from St Kilda in 2020," Collingwood list manager Ned Guy said.
Trade paperwork lodged. The Brisbane Lions has traded its Rd 3 (48) selection and its Future Round Three Selection to Collingwood for its Future Round Two Selection.— AFL House (@AFL_House) November 20, 2019
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