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2019 AFL Draft Day 2 wrap: Every player picked

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28th November, 2019
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The second day of the 2019 AFL Draft has come to an end with 44 more players finding AFL homes, including some of the notable sliders from the first night.

Dev Robertson, who many were surprised to see drop out of the first round of the draft, was the first name to be called out on the second day as Brisbane traded up to add him to their list.

Gold Coast also made a major move in live trading on night two, giving up their 2019 mid-first-round priority pick, traded to Geelong, to get Jeremy Sharp.

That leaves Geelong with three first-round picks in next year’s draft already – their own, West Coast’s, and the Suns’ priority selection.

Port Adelaide and Hawthorn successfully matched bids for Jackson Mead and Finn Maginness respectively, but Richmond managed to snatch a few players from rival clubs’ academies.

They took Noah Cumberland and Will Martyn from Brisbane’s academy, and St Kilda NGA prospect Bigoa Nyuon.

Brisbane also lost father-son prospect Lachie Johnson – who they had only offered a rookie deal – to Essendon, who picked him at 63.

Trent Bianco (Collingwood, pick 45) and Cameron Taheny (Geelong, pick 50) proved to be two of the most notable sliders of the draft, having both been in the mix for top 30 selection or earlier.

However there are plenty of notable prospects remaining on the board for tomorrow’s rookie draft, including a two-time under-18 All Australian in Mitch O’Neill, as well as others like Cooper Sharman, Darcy Cassar and Fraser Phillips.

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2019 AFL Draft

Day 1

1 Gold Coast Matt Rowell
2 Gold Coast Noah Anderson
3 Melbourne Luke Jackson
4 GWS Lachie Ash
5 Sydney Dylan Stephens
6 Adelaide Fisher McAsey
7 Fremantle Hayden Young
8 Fremantle Caleb Serong
9 Fremantle Liam Henry
10 GWS Tom Green
11 Gold Coast Sam Flanders
12 Melbourne Kysaiah Pickett
13 Hawthorn Will Day
14 Port Adelaide Miles Bergman
15 Western Bulldogs Cody Weightman
16 Geelong Cooper Stephens
17 Carlton Brodie Kemp
18 Port Adelaide Mitch Georgiades
19 Geelong Sam De Koning
20 Carlton Sam Philp
21 Richmond Thomson Dow

Day 2

22 Brisbane Deven Robertson
23 Port Adelaide Dylan Williams
24 Adelaide Harry Schoenberg
25 Port Adelaide Jackson Mead
26 Sydney Will Gould
27 Gold Coast Jeremy Sharp
28 Adelaide Josh Worrell
29 Hawthorn Finn Maginess
30 Essendon Harrison Jones
31 North Melbourne Charlie Comben
32 Melbourne Trent Rivers
33 Brisbane Brock Smith
34 North Melbourne Jack Mahony
35 North Melbourne Flynn Perez
36 Sydney Elijah Taylor
37 Brisbane Keidean Coleman
38 Essendon Nick Bryan
39 Sydney Chad Warner
40 Collingwood Jay Rantall
41 Geelong Francis Evans
42 Adelaide Ronin O’Connor
43 Richmond Noah Cumberland
44 Richmond Will Martin
45 Collingwood Trent Bianco
46 Richmond Hugo Ralphsmith
47 Carlton Sam Ramsay
48 Adelaide Lachlan Gollant
49 West Coast Callum Jamieson
50 Geelong Cam Taheny
51 GWS Jake Riccardi
52 St Kilda Ryan Byrnes
53 Western Bulldogs Louis Butler
54 Richmond Bigoa Nyuon
55 Collingwood Trey Ruscoe
56 Essendon Ned Cahill
57 Hawthorn Josh Morris
58 West Coast Ben Johnson
59 Brisbane Jaxon Prior
60 Gold Coast Jy Farrar
61 Fremantle Minairo Frederick
62 Western Bulldogs Riley Garcia
63 Essendon Lachie Johnson
64 St Kilda Leo Connolly
65 GWS Tom Hutchesson