THEY have their AFL clubs sorted, now Tasmanian twins Kade and Jake Kolodjashnij need to work out who gets to take the PlayStation with them.

The gaming console is just one of many items the tight-knit brothers share at their Launceston home but its new home is yet to be decided after Thursday's AFL draft ensured the two will be living separate lives for the first time.

Kade was taken at pick five by Gold Coast while Jake is heading to Geelong after the Cats took him with pick 41.

It's a daunting scenario for the pair, who admit they've not yet come to terms with what life will be like without each other.

"I'm sure over the next couple of days that's when it's going to sink in," Jake said.

"Once we settle down in the new clubs and meet all the boys, make new friends, it'll be fine."

Kade endured a nervous wait after his early selection, alternating between media interviews and keeping an eye on the picks to make sure Jake's name came up as well.

He said he takes nothing from going top 10 and is just delighted both of them will be heading into an AFL pre-season with their new clubs.

"I was out the back here doing photos and I was worrying about whether Jake had got picked up or not," Kade said.

"It's awesome. He's now at Geelong.

"That (only one brother getting picked) would've been a pretty bad situation ... would've been mixed emotions really."