THE DRAFTING and wheeling and dealing are complete for another year.

That means each team's NAB AFL Draft picks are also locked in until at least the Trade Period – and fans now know which rival clubs they should cheer against in season 2020.

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Geelong has the biggest investment in next year's first round with three picks, followed by Adelaide, Brisbane and North Melbourne.

On the flipside, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, Port Adelaide and West Coast do not have even one as it stands.

Demons national recruiting manager Jason Taylor predicted on Thursday night that about 30 per cent of the top 30 picks in 2020 will be "compromised" by Academy, father-son and priority selections.

Seventeen out of the 48 footballers who played in the under-17s NAB AFL All Stars game in September have ties to AFL clubs and are eligible to be drafted next year.

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On top of that, one of the Cats' trio of picks is Gold Coast's mid-first round concession selection, after the Suns offloaded it to draft West Australian Jeremy Sharp at No.27 this week. 

What that means is early picks effectively won't be as valuable as usual for some teams, because they will be pushed back if the relevant clubs match bids for their Academy and father-son players.

The Crows are right in the thick of it, with four selections inside the first two rounds and another pair in the third round at this stage.

They are also set to benefit from the compromised nature of the draft, with priority access to 2020 prospects James Borlase (Next Generation Academy) and Luke Edwards (son of Tyson).

Geelong (four) and Gold Coast and North Melbourne (both three) also have strong draft hands in the first two rounds.

2020 DRAFT SELECTIONS TRADED
INOUT
ADEL

- Round one pick (tied to GWS)
- Round two pick (tied to Western Bulldogs)
- Round three pick (tied to Collingwood, on-traded by Fremantle)
- Round three pick (tied to Fremantle, on-traded by Sydney, St Kilda)
- Round four pick (tied to Gold Coast)

- Round three pick to Western Bulldogs
- Round four pick to Sydney
BL

- Round one pick (tied to Port Adelaide)
- Round three pick (tied to Sydney)
- Round four pick (tied to GWS, on-traded by Port Adelaide
, Adelaide)
- Round five pick (tied to Fremantle)

- Round two pick to Gold Coast
- Round three pick to Sydney
- Round four pick to Gold Coast
CARL - Round four pick to Adelaide
COLL

- Round two pick (tied to Richmond)
- Round three pick (tied to North Melbourne, on-traded by GWS)
- Round four pick (tied to St Kilda, on-traded by Fremantle)

- Round two pick to Brisbane
- Round three pick to Fremantle
- Round four pick to GWS
ESS

- Round three pick (tied to Gold Coast, on-traded by Geelong, Adelaide)
- Round four pick (tied to Geelong)
- Round four pick (tied to West Coast)

- Round two pick to North Melbourne
- Round three pick to Brisbane
FRE- Round two pick (tied to Melbourne)- Round two pick to Port Adelaide
- Round three pick to St Kilda
- Round four pick to Melbourne
- Round five pick to Brisbane
GEEL

- Round one assistance package pick (No.11)
- Round one pick (tied to West Coast)

- Round three pick to West Coast
- Round four pick to Essendon
GCFC- Round two pick (tied to Brisbane)
- Round four pick (tied to Brisbane)

- Round one assistance package pick to Geelong
- Round three pick to Adelaide
- Round four pick to Adelaide

GWS

- Round four pick (tied to Collingwood)

- Round one pick to Adelaide
- Round four selection to Adelaide
HAW

- Round two pick (tied to North Melbourne)
- Round three pick (tied to Essendon, on-traded by Collingwood, Brisbane)
- Round four pick (tied to Western Bulldogs)

- Round two pick to Melbourne
MELB

- Round two pick (tied to Hawthorn)
- Round four pick (tied to Carlton, on-traded by Fremantle, Adelaide)
- Round four pick (tied to Fremantle)

- Round one pick to North Melbourne
- Round two pick to Fremantle
- Round four pick to Hawthorn

NMFC- Round one pick (tied to Melbourne)
- Round two pick (tied to Essendon)
- Round four pick (tied to Melbourne, on-traded by GWS, Hawthorn) 
- Round two pick to Hawthorn
- Round three pick to Greater Western Sydney
PORT

- Round two pick (tied to Fremantle)
- Round two pick (tied to Collingwood, on-traded by Brisbane)
- Round three pick (tied to St Kilda)

- Round one pick to Brisbane
- Round four pick to St Kilda
RICH- Round two pick (tied to St Kilda, on-traded by Collingwood, Fremantle)- Round two pick to Collingwood
STK- Round four pick (tied to Port Adelaide)
- Round four pick (tied to Sydney)
- Round two pick to Fremantle
- Round three pick to Port Adelaide
- Round four pick to Fremantle
SYD- Round three pick (tied to Brisbane)
- Round four pick (tied to Adelaide)
- Round three pick to Brisbane
- Round four pick to St Kilda
WCE- Round three pick (tied to Geelong)- Round one pick to Geelong
- Round four pick to Essendon
WB- Round three pick (tied to Adelaide)

- Round two pick to Adelaide
- Round four pick to Hawthorn

2020 AFL DRAFT

FIRST ROUND

Adelaide (and a second one tied to GWS Giants)
Brisbane (and a second one tied to Port Adelaide)
Carlton
Collingwood
Essendon
Fremantle
Geelong (and two others tied to West Coast and Gold Coast, including the Suns' mid-first round concession pick (currently No.11))
Gold Coast
Hawthorn
North Melbourne (and a second one tied to Melbourne)
Richmond
St Kilda
Sydney
Western Bulldogs

SECOND ROUND

Adelaide (and a second one tied to Western Bulldogs)
Carlton
Collingwood (tied to Richmond; original with Port Adelaide)
Fremantle (tied to Melbourne; original with Port Adelaide)
Geelong
Gold Coast (and a second one tied to Brisbane)
GWS Giants
Hawthorn (tied to North Melbourne; original with Melbourne)
Melbourne (tied to Hawthorn; original with Fremantle)
North Melbourne (tied to Essendon; original with Hawthorn)
Port Adelaide (and two others tied to Fremantle and Collingwood)
Richmond (tied to St Kilda; original with Collingwood)
Sydney
West Coast 

THIRD ROUND

Adelaide (two picks tied to Collingwood and Fremantle; original with the Western Bulldogs)
Brisbane (tied to Sydney; original with Sydney)
Carlton
Collingwood (tied to North Melbourne; original with Fremantle)
Essendon (tied to Gold Coast; original with Hawthorn)
GWS Giants
Hawthorn (and a second one tied to Essendon)
Melbourne
Port Adelaide (and a second one tied to St Kilda)
Richmond
Sydney (tied to Brisbane; original with Brisbane)
West Coast (and a second one tied to Geelong)
Western Bulldogs (and a second one tied to Adelaide)

FOURTH ROUND

Adelaide (tied to Gold Coast; original with Sydney)
Brisbane (tied to GWS Giants; original with Gold Coast)
Collingwood (tied to St Kilda; original with GWS Giants)
Essendon (and two others tied to Geelong and West Coast)
Gold Coast (tied to Brisbane; original with Adelaide)
GWS (tied to Collingwood; original with Brisbane)
Hawthorn (and a second one tied to Western Bulldogs)
Melbourne (two picks tied to Carlton and Fremantle; original with North Melbourne)
North Melbourne (and a second one tied to Melbourne)
Richmond
St Kilda (two picks tied to Port Adelaide and Sydney; original with Collingwood)
Sydney (tied to Adelaide; original with St Kilda) 

FIFTH ROUND

Adelaide
Brisbane (and a second one tied to Fremantle)
Carlton
Collingwood
Essendon
Geelong
Gold Coast
GWS Giants
Hawthorn
Melbourne
North Melbourne
Port Adelaide
Richmond
St Kilda
Sydney
West Coast
Western 

YOUR CLUB'S FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICKS

This was the inaugural draft where a new AFL rule – announced back in 2015 – impacted upon clubs' involvement.

Each team must pick at least twice in the first round in a rolling four-year period preceding the upcoming draft, so for the 2019 edition it included what happened between 2015 and '18.

Geelong was the only side that had to make at least one first-round selection this year, while Hawthorn and Essendon are in the same position for 2020.

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That means they will be restricted in what they can do at the trade table and would only be able to trade a first-round selection if they have acquired another one.

Melbourne traded in an extra first-round pick and selected twice in that bracket this week – after last doing so in 2015 – to avoid joining the Hawks and Bombers in that scenario.

Melbourne drafted Kozzy Pickett (left) and Luke Jackson (right) in the first round this year. Picture: AFL photos

However, the same set of rules, outlined in the Determination for the trading of future draft selections document, has other ramifications.

Clubs cannot, for example, trade future first- and third-round picks, but can swap, say, future second- and third-round choices.

Hawthorn provided an ideal case study for how this works. 

The Hawks were keen to trade in an extra first-round selection for the 2019 draft, and prepared for that possibility by trading in a future second-round pick to cover for the one they parted with earlier.

CLUB

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

2020*

Adelaide

1

1

2

1

5

2

Brisbane

2

2^

1

0

5

2

Carlton

1

2

2

2

7

1

Collingwood

0

1

1

0

2

1

Essendon

1

0

0

0

1

1

Fremantle

1

2

1

3

7

1

Geelong

0

0

1

2

3

3

Gold Coast

4

0^

3^

3

10

1

GWS Giants

4

1

3

2

10

0

Hawthorn

0

0

0

1

1

1

Melbourne

0

0

0

2

2

0

North Melbourne

1

1

1

0

3

2

Port Adelaide

2

0

3

2

7

0

Richmond

0

1

1

1

3

1

St Kilda

0

2

1

0

3

1

Sydney

1^

1

1

1

4

1

West Coast

1

1

0

0

2

0

Western Bulldogs

1

2

1

1

5

1

^ Carlton used an end-of-first-round compensation pick in 2015, Sydney received Brisbane's end-of-first-round priority pick in 2016, Brisbane used an end-of-first-round free agency compensation pick in 2017, and Gold Coast received Geelong's end-of-first-round free agency compensation pick in 2017 and West Coast's in 2018. None count as a first-round pick for these purposes.

* Number of 2020 first-round selections is subject to change