2018 AFL draft

The 2018 AFL draft consisted of the various periods where the 18 clubs in the Australian Football League (AFL) traded and recruited players following the completion of the 2018 AFL season.

2018 AFL draft
General information
Date(s)22 November - First Round
23 November - Second Round to completion, Pre-season Draft (if held), Rookie Draft
LocationMarvel Stadium, Melbourne, Victoria
Network(s)Fox Footy
Sponsored byNational Australia Bank
Overview
LeagueAFL
First selectionSam Walsh (Carlton)

For the first time, the AFL draft featured live trading of picks and was held over two days, with the first round held on the evening of Thursday, 22 November and the remainder of the draft being held on Friday, 23 November [1] The draft was held in Victoria for the first time since 2009.[1]

Key dates

Table of key dates[2]
Event Date(s)
Free agency period 5–12 October (restricted and unrestricted)
1–8 November, 10–16 November, 23 November (delisted)
Trade period 8–17 October (players and selections)
18 October–16 November (selections only)
National draft 22 November (first round)
23 November (second and subsequent rounds)
Rookie draft 23 November
Pre-season supplemental selection period 1 December-15 March

Player movements

Previous trades

Since 2015, clubs have been able to trade future picks in the next year's national draft during the trade period. As a result, a total of 29 selections for the 2018 draft were traded during the 2017 trade period, and the selection order for each of these picks is tied to the original club's finishing position in the 2018 season.[3]

Table of previously traded selections
Rd Orig. Club New Club Acquired via Ref
1 Melbourne Adelaide Jake Lever trade [4]
West Coast Gold Coast Pick swap [5]
2 Carlton Adelaide Bryce Gibbs trade [6]
Adelaide Carlton
Gold Coast West Coast Pick swap [5]
St Kilda Port Adelaide Pick swap [7]
Fremantle Greater Western Sydney Nathan Wilson trade [8]
Western Bulldogs Carlton Pick swap [7]
Essendon Gold Coast Adam Saad trade [9]
Geelong Gold Coast Gary Ablett trade [10]
Greater Western Sydney Essendon Devon Smith trade [11]
Collingwood Sydney Sam Murray trade [12]
3 Carlton Adelaide Bryce Gibbs trade [6]
St Kilda North Melbourne via Port Adelaide (Logan Austin trade)
on-traded to North Melbourne (pick swap)
[7]
Fremantle Gold Coast Brandon Matera trade [13]
Adelaide Melbourne Jake Lever trade [4]
Essendon Greater Western Sydney Devon Smith trade [11]
North Melbourne Port Adelaide Pick swap [7]
Sydney Collingwood Sam Murray trade [12]
Richmond Geelong Pick swap [7]
West Coast North Melbourne via Port Adelaide (Brendon Ah Chee trade)
on-traded to North Melbourne (pick swap)
[7]
4 Carlton Geelong Darcy Lang trade [14]
Geelong Carlton
Gold Coast Geelong Gary Ablett trade [10]
Fremantle Western Bulldogs Hayden Crozier trade [15]
Adelaide St Kilda via Gold Coast (Harrison Wigg trade)
on-traded to Port Adelaide (Aaron Young trade)
on-traded to St Kilda (pick swap)
[7]
Port Adelaide St Kilda Logan Austin trade [16]
Hawthorn West Coast via Port Adelaide (Jarman Impey trade)
on-traded to West Coast (Brendon Ah Chee trade)
[17]
Melbourne Adelaide Jake Lever trade [4]

Free agency

2018 AFL free agency period signings
Player Date Free agent type Former club New club Compensation Ref
Reece Conca 5 October Unrestricted Richmond Fremantle None [a] [18]
Luke Dahlhaus Unrestricted Western Bulldogs Geelong 2nd round [19]
Tom Lynch 8 October Restricted Gold Coast Richmond 1st round [20]
Scott Lycett 9 October Restricted West Coast Port Adelaide End of 1st round [21]
Alex Fasolo 10 October Unrestricted Collingwood Carlton 3rd round [22]
Jarryd Lyons 1 November Delisted Gold Coast Brisbane Lions None [23]
Tom Sheridan Delisted Fremantle Greater Western Sydney None [24]
Darren Minchington Delisted St Kilda Hawthorn None [25]
Jordan Murdoch 7 November Delisted Geelong Gold Coast None [26]
Daniel Menzel 14 November Delisted Geelong Sydney None [27]

Trades

2018 AFL trade period
Date No. Player(s) Traded from Traded to Traded for Ref
8 October 1 Lincoln McCarthy Geelong Brisbane Lions Pick 43 [29]
Pick 55 Pick 62
Pick 59
2 Anthony Miles Richmond Gold Coast 2019 third round pick (Gold Coast) [30]
Corey Ellis
2019 third round pick (Richmond)
3 Nathan Kreuger (South Adelaide) Carlton Geelong Pick 43 [31]
10 October 4 Pick 24 Brisbane Lions Gold Coast Pick 32 [32]
Pick 41
Pick 59 Pick 44
Pick 80 Pick 78
5 Mitch McGovern Adelaide Carlton Shane McAdam (Sturt) [33]
2019 third round pick (Adelaide) 2019 fifth round pick (Carlton)
Pick 13 Sydney Pick 26
Pick 28
Adelaide Pick 40
6 Jared Polec Port Adelaide North Melbourne Pick 11 [34]
Jasper Pittard
Pick 48 2019 fourth round pick (North Melbourne)
7 Gary Rohan Sydney Geelong Pick 62 [35]
8 Ryan Clarke North Melbourne Sydney Pick 62 [36]
9 Tom Hickey St Kilda West Coast Pick 39 [37]
Pick 61
2019 fourth round pick (St Kilda) 2019 fourth round pick (West Coast)
11 October 10 Pick 6 Fremantle Port Adelaide Pick 11 [38]
Pick 23
2019 third round pick (Fremantle) Pick 30
Pick 49
12 October 11 Dan Hannebery Sydney St Kilda Pick 39 [39]
Pick 28 2019 second round pick (St Kilda)
12 Dean Kent Melbourne St Kilda Pick 65 [40]
13 Dom Tyson Melbourne North Melbourne Braydon Preuss [41]
Pick 62
14 Will Setterfield Greater Western Sydney Carlton Pick 43 [42]
Pick 71 2019 second round pick (Carlton)
15 October 15 Sam Lloyd Richmond Western Bulldogs Pick 64 [43]
16 October 16 Aaron Hall Gold Coast North Melbourne Pick 68 [44]
17 Jack Scrimshaw Gold Coast Hawthorn 2019 third round pick (Hawthorn) [45]
2019 fourth round pick (Gold Coast)
18 Pick 68 Gold Coast Adelaide 2019 fourth round pick (Adelaide) [46]
19 George Horlin-Smith Geelong Gold Coast Pick 59 [47]
20 Tyson Stengle Richmond Adelaide Pick 68 [48]
21 Tom Scully Greater Western Sydney Hawthorn 2019 fourth round pick (Gold Coast) [49]
22 Taylor Duryea Hawthorn Western Bulldogs 2019 fourth round pick (Western Bulldogs) [50]
17 October 23 Chad Wingard Port Adelaide Hawthorn Ryan Burton [51]
Pick 15
2019 third round pick (Port Adelaide) Pick 35
2019 fourth round pick (Western Bulldogs)
24 Sam Mayes Brisbane Lions Port Adelaide Pick 6
Pick 35
Pick 5 2019 third round pick (Fremantle)
25 2019 first round pick (Brisbane Lions) Brisbane Lions Gold Coast Pick 19 [52]
2019 second round pick (Gold Coast)
2019 third round pick (Hawthorn)
26 Lachie Neale Fremantle Brisbane Lions Pick 6 [53]
Pick 19
Pick 30 Pick 55
27 Jesse Hogan Melbourne Fremantle Pick 6 [54]
Pick 65 Pick 23
28 Rory Lobb Greater Western Sydney Fremantle Pick 11 [55]
Pick 14
Pick 43 Pick 19
Pick 47
29 Pick 31 North Melbourne Fremantle Pick 47 [56]
Pick 49
Pick 55
30 Steven May Gold Coast Melbourne Pick 6 [57]
Kade Kolodjashnij
31 Jack Hombsch Port Adelaide Gold Coast 2019 fourth round pick (Adelaide) [58]
32 Jackson Thurlow Geelong Sydney Pick 70 [59]
33 Pick 28 St Kilda Melbourne Pick 36 [60]
Pick 46
34 Marcus Adams Western Bulldogs Brisbane Lions Pick 32 [61]
2019 third round pick (Hawthorn)
35 Jordan Roughead Western Bulldogs Collingwood Pick 75 [62]
36 Travis Colyer Essendon Fremantle 2019 fourth round pick (Fremantle) [63]
37 Dylan Shiel Greater Western Sydney Essendon Pick 9 [64]
2019 second round pick (GWS) 2019 first round pick (Essendon)
38 Nic Newman Sydney Carlton 2019 fourth round pick (Carlton) [65]
39 Dayne Beams Brisbane Lions Collingwood Pick 18 [66]
Pick 41 Pick 56
Pick 44 2019 first round pick (Collingwood)
26 October 40 Pick 59 Geelong Collingwood Pick 51 [67]
Pick 60
22 November
(1st Round)
41 Pick 26 Sydney West Coast 2019 third round pick (West Coast) [68]
42 Pick 24 West Coast Sydney 2019 second round pick (Sydney) [69]
43 Pick 19 Adelaide Carlton 2019 first round pick (Carlton) [70]
2019 first round pick (Adelaide)
23 November
(2nd Round onwards)
44 Pick 23 West Coast Gold Coast Pick 27 [71]
2019 fifth round pick (West Coast) Pick 32
45 Pick 24 Adelaide Greater Western Sydney Pick 28 [72]
2019 fifth round pick (Adelaide) 2019 second round pick (Carlton)
46 Pick 34 Fremantle Western Bulldogs Pick 30 [73]
Pick 41 Pick 57
47 Pick 51 North Melbourne St Kilda 2019 third round pick (St Kilda) [74]
48 Pick 46 Western Bulldogs North Melbourne 2019 third round pick (North Melbourne) [75]
49 Pick 54 North Melbourne Brisbane Lions 2019 fourth round pick (Brisbane Lions) [76]
50 Pick 61 St Kilda Greater Western Sydney 2019 fourth round pick (Gold Coast) [77]
2019 fourth round pick (GWS)
51 Pick 64 Carlton Adelaide Pick 67 [78]
2019 fifth round pick (Carlton)
52 Pick 63 Collingwood Hawthorn 2019 fourth round pick (Hawthorn) [79]
2019 fifth round pick (Collingwood)
53 Pick 75 St Kilda Carlton Pick 67 [80]
2019 fourth round pick (St Kilda)
54 Pick 68 Richmond Geelong 2019 fourth round pick (Geelong) [81]

Retirements and delistings

Table key
Retired, effective immediately
Retired, effective at the end of the season
R Rookie listed player
B Category B Rookie listed player
Table of player retirements and delistings
Date Name Club Status Ref
15 November Ty Vickery Hawthorn Retired † [84]
11 January Ben Griffiths Richmond Retired † [85]
22 January Kurt Tippett Sydney Retired † [86]
9 February Cian Hanley Brisbane Lions Retired † B [87]
26 June Shaun Hampson Richmond Retired † [88]
4 July Cyril Rioli Hawthorn Retired † [82]
9 July Clay Smith Western Bulldogs Retired † [89]
18 July Curtly Hampton Adelaide Retired † [90]
23 July Koby Stevens St Kilda Retired † [91]
2 August Harley Balic Melbourne Retired † [92]
7 August Matt Rosa Gold Coast Retired † [93]
Sam Gibson Adelaide Retired ‡ [94]
8 August Lee Spurr Fremantle Retired † [95]
21 August Brendon Goddard Essendon Delisted [83]
Jarrad Waite North Melbourne Retired ‡ [96]
Alex Silvagni Carlton Retired † R [97]
22 August Jackson Merrett Essendon Delisted [98]
23 August Shane Biggs Western Bulldogs Retired † [99]
24 August Danyle Pearce Fremantle Retired † [100]
Michael Johnson Retired ‡
25 August Lindsay Thomas Port Adelaide Retired R [101]
26 August Ray Connellan St Kilda Delisted B [102]
28 August Kieran Collins Western Bulldogs Delisted [103]
Nathan Mullenger-McHugh Delisted R
Jimmy Toumpas Port Adelaide Delisted [104]
Emmanuel Irra Delisted B
Billy Hartung North Melbourne Delisted [105]
Daniel Nielson Delisted
Josh Williams Delisted
Oscar Junker Delisted R
Gordon Narrier Delisted R
Tom Jeffries Delisted B
Michael Barlow Gold Coast Delisted [106]
Josh Jaska Delisted R
Max Spencer Delisted B
Mackenzie Willis Delisted R
Harry Dear Adelaide Delisted [107]
Jackson Edwards Delisted R
Ben Jarman Delisted R
Nathan Freeman St Kilda Delisted [108]
29 August Hugh Goddard Delisted [109]
Nathan Wright Delisted
30 August Bernie Vince Melbourne Retired ‡ [110]
Cam O'Shea Carlton Delisted [111]
Aaron Mullett Delisted
Matt Shaw Delisted R
Jesse Glass-McCasker Delisted R
Michael Rischitelli Gold Coast Delisted [112]
4 September Mitchell Hibberd North Melbourne Delisted [113]
5 September Sam Gilbert St Kilda Delisted [114]
6 September Darren Minchington Delisted [115]
Rohan Bewick Brisbane Lions Delisted [116]
Tom Bell Delisted
Marco Paparone Delisted
Claye Beams Delisted R
Jake Barrett Delisted R
10 September Liam Dawson Delisted [117]
Josh Green Essendon Delisted [118]
Aaron Black Geelong Delisted [119]
11 September Cory Gregson Delisted [120]
Ryan Gardner Delisted
Timm House Delisted
Stewart Crameri Delisted R
Matthew Hayball Delisted R
12 September Eric Mackenzie West Coast Retired [121]
14 September Alex Johnson Sydney Delisted R [122]
16 September Ryan Griffen Greater Western Sydney Retired [123]
17 September Jack Redpath Western Bulldogs Retired [124]
25 September Matthew Wright Carlton Retired [125]
Cameron Pedersen Melbourne Delisted [126]
Tomas Bugg Delisted
Mitch King Delisted
Pat McKenna Delisted
Lachlan Filipovic Delisted R
26 September Jonathan O'Rourke Hawthorn Delisted [127]
Kurt Heatherley Delisted
Dallas Willsmore Delisted R
2 October Dean Towers Sydney Delisted [128]
Jordan Foote Delisted
Angus Styles Delisted R
Jake Brown Delisted B
4 October Dion Johnstone Melbourne Delisted [129]
Declan Mountford North Melbourne Delisted [130]
15 October Ciarán Byrne Carlton Retired [131]
Cillian McDaid Retired B
17 October Maverick Weller St Kilda Delisted [132]
18 October Mark LeCras West Coast Retired [133]
Sam Rowe Carlton Delisted [134]
Jed Lamb Delisted
Sam Kerridge Delisted
Nick Graham Delisted
22 October Tom Sheridan Fremantle Delisted [135]
Cameron Sutcliffe Delisted
Brady Grey Delisted
Luke Strnadica Delisted R
Malcolm Karpany West Coast Delisted [136]
Luke Partington Delisted
Ryan Burrows Delisted R
Callan England Delisted R
Tony Olango Delisted R
Tarir Bayok Delisted B
Matthew Signorello Adelaide Delisted [137]
Jake Neade Port Adelaide Delisted [138]
Dom Barry Delisted
Will Snelling Delisted R
24 October Dan Robinson Sydney Delisted [139]
Harrison Marsh Delisted
Matthew Leuenberger Essendon Retired [140]
Daniel Menzel Geelong Delisted [141]
Jordan Murdoch Delisted
25 October Alex Morgan North Melbourne Delisted [142]
Tom Campbell Western Bulldogs Delisted [143]
Mitch Honeychurch Delisted
26 October Tim Mohr Greater Western Sydney Delisted [144]
Lachlan Tiziani Delisted
29 October Brendan Whitecross Hawthorn Delisted [145]
Kieran Lovell Delisted
30 October Kyle Cheney Adelaide Delisted [146]
Paul Hunter Delisted R
Jesse Lonergan Gold Coast Delisted [147]
Harrison Wigg Delisted
Brad Scheer Delisted
Cameron Hewett Port Adelaide Delisted R [148]
Jarryd Blair Collingwood Delisted [149]
Tim Broomhead Delisted
Kayle Kirby Retired
Sam McLarty Delisted
Sam Murray Delisted
Adam Oxley Delisted R
Josh Smith Delisted
Will Langford Hawthorn Retired [150]
31 October Jacob Townsend Richmond Delisted [151]
Nathan Drummond Delisted
Mabior Chol Delisted R
Jack Leslie Gold Coast Delisted [152]
Jarryd Lyons Delisted
Matt Dea Essendon Delisted [153]
Jack Frost Brisbane Lions Retired [154]
Ethan Hughes Fremantle Delisted [155]
Ryan Nyhuis Delisted R
9 November Jacob Allison Brisbane Lions Delisted [156]
Ryan Bastinac Delisted
12 November Kyron Hayden North Melbourne Delisted [157]
21 November Michael Apeness Fremantle Retired [158]

Pre-draft selections

Prior to the draft, the two bottom teams Carlton and Gold Coast applied for Priority Picks in the National Draft, which the AFL denied.[159] However, Gold Coast were granted pre-draft access to up to three and Carlton up to two mature-aged State League players each, these selections could be traded to other clubs.[160]

Table of pre-draft selections
Player Club Recruited from Notes Ref.
Club League
Nathan Kreuger Carlton South Adelaide SANFL Traded to Geelong for Pick 43 [31]
Shane McAdam Sturt SANFL Traded to Adelaide as part of Mitch McGovern trade [33]
Josh Corbett Gold Coast Werribee VFL [161]
Chris Burgess West Adelaide SANFL
Sam Collins Werribee VFL [162]

2018 national draft

Indicative draft order as of 21 November 2018[163]
Table of national draft selections
Round Pick Player Club Recruited from Notes
Club League
1 1 Sam Walsh Carlton Geelong Falcons TAC Cup
2 Jack Lukosius Gold Coast Woodville-West Torrens SANFL
3 Izak Rankine Gold Coast West Adelaide SANFL Free Agency compensation pick (Lynch)
4 Max King St Kilda Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
5 Connor Rozee Port Adelaide North Adelaide SANFL Traded from Brisbane Lions
6 Ben King Gold Coast Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Traded from Melbourne; received from Fremantle; received from Brisbane Lions; received from Port Adelaide; received from Fremantle
7 Bailey Smith Western Bulldogs Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
8 Tarryn Thomas North Melbourne North Launceston TSL Next Generation Academy selection (Indigenous) - North Melbourne Matched Adelaide bid.
9 Chayce Jones Adelaide Launceston TSL
10 Nick Blakey Sydney UNSW-Eastern Suburbs Sydney AFL Academy selection
11 Jye Caldwell Greater Western Sydney Bendigo Pioneers TAC Cup Traded from Essendon
12 Zak Butters Port Adelaide Western Jets TAC Cup
13 Isaac Quaynor Collingwood Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Next Generation Academy selection (Ghanian descent)
14 Jackson Hately Greater Western Sydney Central District SANFL Traded from Fremantle; received from Port Adelaide; received from North Melbourne
15 Jordan Clark Geelong Claremont WAFL
16 Ned McHenry Adelaide Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Traded from Sydney
17 Sam Sturt Fremantle Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Traded from Greater Western Sydney
18 Xavier Duursma Port Adelaide Gippsland Power TAC Cup Traded from Hawthorn
19 Liam Stocker Carlton Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Traded from Adelaide at the draft; received from Melbourne
20 Riley Collier-Dawkins Richmond Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
21 Ely Smith Brisbane Lions Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup Traded from Collingwood
22 Xavier O'Halloran Greater Western Sydney Western Jets TAC Cup Traded from Fremantle; received from Brisbane Lions; received from Gold Coast; received from West Coast
23 Jez McLennan Gold Coast Central District SANFL Traded from West Coast at the draft; Free Agency compensation pick (Lycett)
2 24 Bobby Hill Greater Western Sydney Perth WAFL Traded from Adelaide at the draft; received from Carlton
25 James Rowbottom Sydney Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Traded from West Coast at the draft; received from Gold Coast
26 Rhylee West Western Bulldogs Calder Cannons TAC Cup Father–son selection (son of Scott West)
27 Tom Sparrow Melbourne South Adelaide SANFL Traded from Fremantle; received from Port Adelaide; received from St Kilda
28 Xavier O'Neill West Coast Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Traded from Gold Coast; received from Brisbane Lions
29 Will Kelly Collingwood Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Father–son selection (son of Craig Kelly)
30 William Hamill Adelaide Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Traded from Greater Western Sydney; received from Fremantle
31 Luke Foley West Coast Subiaco WAFL Traded from Sydney at the draft; received from Carlton; received from Western Bulldogs
32 Luke Valente Fremantle Norwood SANFL Traded from Western Bulldogs at the draft; Free Agency compensation pick (Dahlhaus)
33 James Jordon Melbourne Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Traded from St Kilda; received from Sydney; received from Carlton; received from Adelaide
34 Kieren Briggs Greater Western Sydney Pennant Hills Sydney AFL Academy selection
35 Bailey Williams West Coast Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Traded from Gold Coast at the draft; received from Essendon
36 Tom Berry Brisbane Lions GWV Rebels TAC Cup Traded from Fremantle; received from Port Adelaide
37 Laitham Vandermeer Western Bulldogs Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup Traded from Fremantle at the draft; received from North Melbourne
38 Irving Mosquito Essendon Gippsland Power TAC Cup Traded from Greater Western Sydney; Next Generation Academy eligible for Hawthorn, but they elected not to match.
39 Jarrod Cameron West Coast Swan Districts WAFL Next Generation Academy selection (Indigenous)
40 Tom Joyce Brisbane Lions East Fremantle WAFL Traded from Port Adelaide; received from Hawthorn
41 Jack Bytel St Kilda Calder Cannons TAC Cup Traded from Melbourne
42 Connor McFadyen Brisbane Lions Wilston Grange QAFL Academy selection
43 Jack Ross Richmond Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
3 44 Justin McInerney Sydney Northern Knights TAC Cup Traded from Adelaide; received from Carlton
45 Ben Cavarra Western Bulldogs Williamstown VFL Traded from Fremantle at the draft; received from Greater Western Sydney; received from Carlton; received from Geelong; received from Brisbane Lions
46 Curtis Taylor North Melbourne Calder Cannons TAC Cup Traded from Western Bulldogs at the draft
47 Matthew Parker St Kilda South Fremantle WAFL Traded from Melbourne; received from Adelaide
48 Ben Jarvis Geelong Norwood SANFL
49 Bailey Scott North Melbourne Broadbeach QAFL Father–son selection (son of Robert Scott)
50 Jacob Kennerley Geelong Norwood SANFL Traded from Collingwood; received from Sydney
51 Zac Foot Sydney Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup
52 Jacob Koschitzke Hawthorn Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup
53 Aaron Nietschke Melbourne Central District SANFL
54 Nick Hind St Kilda Essendon VFL Traded from North Melbourne at the draft; received from Fremantle; received from Brisbane Lions; received from Geelong; received from Richmond
55 Noah Answerth Brisbane Lions Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Traded from Collingwood
4 56 Marty Hore Melbourne Collingwood VFL Traded from North Melbourne; received from Sydney; received from Geelong; received from Brisbane Lions
57 Lachie Schultz Fremantle Williamstown VFL Traded from Western Bulldogs at the draft; received from Fremantle
58 Fraser Turner Richmond Clarence TSL Traded from Western Bulldogs
59 Brett Bewley Fremantle Williamstown VFL Traded from Melbourne; received from St Kilda; received from Adelaide (via Gold Coast and Port Adelaide)
60 Noah Gown Essendon Gippsland Power TAC Cup
61 Connor Idun Greater Western Sydney Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Traded from St Kilda at the draft; received from Port Adelaide
62 Luke English Richmond Perth WAFL Traded from Adelaide; received from Gold Coast; received from North Melbourne
63 Mathew Walker Hawthorn Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup Traded from Collingwood at the draft; Academy eligible for Greater Western Sydney, but they elected not to match.
64 Lachlan Sholl Adelaide Calder Cannons TAC Cup Traded from Carlton at the draft; received from Geelong
65 Darcy Fort Geelong Central District SANFL Traded from Sydney
66 Finbar O'Dwyer Carlton Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup Traded from Greater Western Sydney
67 Robbie Young St Kilda North Adelaide SANFL Traded from Carlton at the draft; received from Adelaide; received from Melbourne
68 Jake Tarca Geelong South Adelaide SANFL Traded from Richmond at the draft
69 Joel Crocker North Melbourne Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup Father–son eligible (son of Darren Crocker)
5 70 Ben Silvagni Carlton Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Father–son eligible (son of Stephen Silvagni)
71 Caleb Graham Gold Coast Palm Beach Currumbin QAFL Traded from Brisbane Lions
72 Brayden Ham Essendon Geelong Falcons TAC Cup
73 Riley Grundy Port Adelaide Sturt SANFL
74 Oscar Brownless Geelong Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Father–son eligible (son of Billy Brownless)
75 Toby Bedford Melbourne Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Next Generation Academy eligible (Indigenous)
76 Boyd Woodcock Port Adelaide North Adelaide SANFL
77 Atu Bosenavulagi Collingwood Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup Next Generation Academy eligible (born in Fiji)
78 Will Hayes Western Bulldogs Footscray VFL

Rookie elevations

Clubs were able to promote any player who was listed on their rookie list in 2018 to their 2019 primary playing list prior to the draft.

Table of rookie elevations
Player Club Ref.
Josh Thomas Collingwood [164]
Bailey Banfield Fremantle [155]
Taylin Duman
Jack Henry Geelong [164]
Mark O'Connor
Darcy MacPherson Gold Coast [165]
Daniel Lloyd Greater Western Sydney [164]
Conor Glass Hawthorn [150]
James Cousins
David Mirra
Corey Maynard Melbourne [166]
Dan Houston Port Adelaide [138]
Callum Moore Richmond [164]
Rowan Marshall St Kilda [167]
Robbie Fox Sydney [164]
Billy Gowers Western Bulldogs [168]
Brad Lynch [169]

Rookie draft

Table of rookie draft selections
Round Pick Player Club Recruited from Notes
Club League
1 1 Hugh Goddard Carlton St Kilda AFL
2 Michael Rischitelli Gold Coast Gold Coast AFL
3 Callum Wilkie St Kilda North Adelaide SANFL
4 Ryan Bastinac Brisbane Lions Brisbane Lions AFL
5 Ethan Hughes Fremantle Fremantle AFL
6 Lachie Young Western Bulldogs Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup
7 Kieran Strachan Adelaide Port Melbourne VFL
8 Tom Jok Essendon Collingwood VFL
9 Tobin Cox Port Adelaide Glenelg SANFL
10 Tom McKenzie North Melbourne Northern Knights TAC Cup
11 Tom Atkins Geelong Geelong VFL
12 Durak Tucker Sydney Peel Thunder WAFL
13 Passed Greater Western Sydney
14 Damon Greaves Hawthorn East Perth WAFL
15 Kade Chandler Melbourne Norwood SANFL
16 Jake Aarts Richmond Richmond VFL
17 Tim Broomhead Collingwood Collingwood AFL
18 Harry Edwards West Coast Swan Districts WAFL
2 19 Tomas Bugg Carlton Melbourne AFL
20 Jack Leslie Gold Coast Gold Coast AFL
21 Jacob Allison Brisbane Lions Brisbane Lions AFL
22 Tobe Watson Fremantle Swan Districts WAFL
23 Jordon Sweet Western Bulldogs North Adelaide SANFL
24 Paul Hunter Adelaide Adelaide AFL
25 Matt Dea Essendon Essendon AFL
26 Cam Hewett Port Adelaide Port Adelaide AFL
27 Kyron Hayden North Melbourne North Melbourne AFL
28 Harry Reynolds Sydney Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
29 Passed Greater Western Sydney
30 Will Golds Hawthorn Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
31 Passed Melbourne
32 Jacob Townsend Richmond Richmond AFL
33 Sam Murray Collingwood Collingwood AFL
34 Josh Smith West Coast Collingwood AFL
3 35 Passed Carlton
36 Brad Scheer Gold Coast Gold Coast AFL
37 Ryan Nyhuis Fremantle Fremantle AFL
38 Passed Western Bulldogs
39 Jordon Butts Adelaide Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup
40 Passed Essendon
41 Tom Wilkinson North Melbourne Southport NEAFL
42 Kurt Tippett Sydney Sydney AFL Tippett retired on 22 January 2018, but was retained on Sydney's 2019 list due to a contractual settlement.[170]
43 Tim Mohr Hawthorn Greater Western Sydney AFL
44 Passed Melbourne
45 Mabior Chol Richmond Richmond AFL
46 Passed West Coast
3 47 Harrison Wigg Gold Coast Gold Coast AFL
48 Passed North Melbourne
49 Will Langford Hawthorn Hawthorn AFL Langford retired on 30 October 2018, but was retained on Hawthorn's 2019 list due to a contractual settlement.[171]
50 Passed Richmond
4 51 Passed Gold Coast
52 Passed Richmond

Category B rookie selections

Clubs were able to nominate category B rookies to join their club in 2019.

Table of Category B rookie selections
Name Club Origin Note Ref
Tom Fullarton Brisbane Lions Brisbane Bullets (NBL) 3-year non-registered player (basketball) [172]
James Madden Dublin GAA International selection (Ireland) [173]
Matthew Owies Carlton Seattle Redhawks (NCAA) 3-year non-registered player (basketball) [174]
Anton Tohill Collingwood Derry GAA International selection (Ireland) [175]
Mark Keane Cork GAA International selection (Ireland)
Jason Carter Fremantle Peel Thunder Next Generation Academy selection (Indigenous) [176]
Stefan Okunbor Geelong Kerry GAA International selection (Ireland) [177]
Blake Schlensog Geelong Falcons Next Generation Academy selection (Indigenous) [178]
Callum Brown Greater Western Sydney Derry GAA International selection (Ireland) [179]
Austin Bradtke Melbourne Melbourne Tigers (SEABL) 3-year non-registered player (basketball) [180]
Guy Walker Melbourne Renegades (BBL) 3-year non-registered player (cricket) [181]
Red Óg Murphy North Melbourne Sligo GAA International selection (Ireland) [182]
Kai Pudney Port Adelaide Woodville-West Torrens Next Generation Academy selection (Japanese descent) [183]
Martin Frederick Woodville-West Torrens Next Generation Academy selection (Sudanese descent)
Sam Alabakis St Kilda Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks (NCAA) 3-year non-registered player (basketball) [184]
Samuel Wicks Sydney Sydney (NEAFL) NSW zone selection [185]
Patrick Bines West Coast Melbourne Tigers (SEABL) 3-year non-registered player (basketball) [186]
Brodie Riach Altona Gators (Big V) 3-year non-registered player (basketball)
Buku Khamis Western Bulldogs Western Jets Next Generation Academy selection (born in Sudan) [187]

Pre-season supplemental selection period

Shortly before the National draft, the AFL introduced a new mechanism to allow clubs to sign certain eligible players direct to their Rookie List, rather than through the draft, provided the club had vacancies on their rookie list. Eligible players could be listed between December and March.[188]

Player Club Recruited from Notes Ref
Club League
Matt Cottrell Carlton Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup [189]
Michael Gibbons Williamstown VFL
Zac Clarke Essendon Subiaco WAFL Previously listed with Fremantle [188]
Sam Fletcher Gold Coast Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup [190]
Shane Mumford Greater Western Sydney Greater Western Sydney AFL Retired in 2017 [188]
Ned Reeves Hawthorn Box Hill Hawks VFL [191]
Corey Wagner Melbourne Casey Demons VFL Previously listed with North Melbourne [192]
Jay Lockhart Casey Demons VFL [190]
Tom Campbell North Melbourne Western Bulldogs AFL [193]
Mav Weller Richmond St Kilda AFL [194]
Sydney Stack Perth WAFL [195]
Jonathon Marsh St Kilda East Fremantle WAFL Previously listed with Collingwood [196]
Sam Rowe Carlton AFL [190]
Hayden McLean Sydney South Adelaide SANFL [197]
Keegan Brooksby West Coast South Adelaide SANFL Previously listed with Gold Coast [198]

See also

References

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