FREMANTLE could be set for a bonanza at this year's NAB AFL Draft.
The Dockers already hold pick six, are eyeing off St Kilda's pick five as part of the trade for wantaway midfielder Bradley Hill and will also have access to Liam Henry as a Next Generation Academy product.
Henry, an indigenous small forward, is tipped to attract a bid inside the first round on draft night. It means the Dockers could boost their list with three top-20 players in November.
So who are the other prospects who could be on the Dockers' radar?
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On this week's Road to the Draft podcast, the team look at Fremantle's options.
Sam Flanders' form at the back of the season has him edging towards the top-five, but how does he rank against his Gippsland Power teammate and likely early selection Caleb Serong? Which of the pair has the greater upside?
Also in Freo's thoughts will be West Australian pair Luke Jackson and Deven Robertson.
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Jackson, a ruckman who has starred at under-18 level this season, and Robertson, who was the best player in the national carnival and claimed the Larke Medal, both loom as potential top-10 picks.
The Road to the Draft team will discuss the merits of the Dockers looking local to team up with Henry.
Also on this week's episode, the guys discuss Melbourne and Adelaide's plans with their respective top-five selections, plus detail the best small forwards on clubs' radars heading into the draft on November 27-28.