AFL.com.au's massive week of draft coverage continues on Wednesday with a huge line-up of guests set to join NAB AFL Draft Countdown, ahead of the main event, NAB AFL Draft Night Live.
NAB AFL Draft Countdown will run live on AFL.com.au and the Official AFL Live App from 12.10pm-2pm AEDT as hosts Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge chat with all the key figures ahead of the draft.
Wednesday's show will feature a number of big guests, including key club staff Brady Rawlings (North Melbourne GM of football talent), Derek Hine (Collingwood list manager) and Stephen Conole (Brisbane recruiting manager).
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Player agents Dave Trotter and Julian Petracca, and draft guns Mac Andrew and Josh Goater will also join the show as NAB AFL Draft Countdown goes through all the latest news and draft whispers ahead of the big event.
WEDNESDAY'S LINE-UP (all times AEDT)
12.30pm: Dave Trotter (player agent), Mac Andrew
12.45pm: Julian Petracca (player agent), Josh Goater
1pm: Brady Rawlings (North Melbourne GM of football talent)
1.15pm: Derek Hine (Collingwood list manager)
1.30pm: Stephen Conole (Brisbane recruiting manager)
And then on Wednesday and Thursday evening, you can watch every pick live on NAB AFL Draft Night Live from 6.30pm AEDT as the team goes through each selection with all the best analysis.
NAB AFL Draft Countdown
Wednesday, November 24
Join Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge as they interview players, managers, coaches, recruiters and more ahead of the 2021 NAB AFL Draft.
NAB AFL Draft Night Live
Wednesday, November 24 and Thursday, November 25
From 6.30pm AEDT
There's only one place you want to be for both nights of the draft and that's right here on AFL.com.au and the AFL Live Official App. Join Nat Edwards, Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge as they bring you all the drama as it unfolds.
NAB AFL Rookie Draft Live
Friday, November 26
Before 3pm AEDT
Who will be the next rookie list success story? Join Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge as delisted stars and overlooked youngsters get their footy lifeline.