1. David Swallow - Gold Coast - Midfielder - $188,600
He is a genuine star and finished runner-up in the GC's VFL B&F. A must have, especially because everyone else will have him. Averaged 20 touches and more than 100 SuperCoach points as in this competition as well.
2. Harley Bennell - Gold Coast - Midfielder - $183,600
He will be less popular than Swallow, but he has been known to know out some huge games. A silky smooth midfield who has been described as a cross between Stephen Hill and Daniel Wells.
3. Sam Day - Gold Coast - Forward -$178,600
Potentially the next Nick Riewoldt, but like all young key forwards, he will take time to mature. Give him a couple of years - give Jack Watts a go this year though.
4. Andrew Gaff - West Coast - Midfielder - $173,600
The first non-GC pick is a real beauty, a jet who will be one of the favourites for the Rising Star award because he should get plenty of game time in the young Eagles' outfit. He averaged the second most disposals at the TAC Cup, and is an endurance king, winning the 3km time trial at the Draft Camp.
5. Jared Polec - Brisbane Lions - Midfielder - $168,600
A really quick midfielder who could easily average 20 touches in his first AFL season. I'm not really convinced on him just yet, but a few impressive early showings will swing a lot of attention his way.
6. Reece Conca - Richmond - Midfielder - $163,600
This guy is expected to play right from the start and the Tigers have a good recent record of drafting impressive midfielders (Deledio, Martin etc)
7. Josh Caddy - Gold Coast - Midfielder - $158,600
Last year he averaged 125 SuperCoach points in the TAC Cup, and is one of those hard in-and-under midfielders. He is a clearance king (great news for SC) and is $30,000 cheaper than Swallow. A real smokey.
8. Dyson Heppell - Essendon - Midfielder/Defender - $153,600
A real star of the future in my mind, he is definitely starting in my back line if he's named round 1. He has the joint winner of the TAC Cup's Morrish Medal, no easy feat. He had a fantastic kicking efficiency at the Cup - ensuring that the Bomber's keep the ball.
9. Dion Prestia - Gold Coast - Midfielder/Forward - $148,600
A lot of SuperCoaches will have Prestia in their forward line, but he knows how to find the footy and the goals. He loves tackling and applying forward pressure, and is also the shortest top ten draft pick in the last ten years.
10. Daniel Gorringe - Gold Coast - Ruck - $143,600
In years to come Gorringe may be an elite ruckman, but with already a handful or guys ahead of him we won't see him immediately, one would think. Go for the cheaper Zac Smith if you want a Gold Coast ruckman.
14. Brodie Smith - Adelaide - Defender - $123,600
A chance to get game time in a backline rebuilding from many retired stars.
19. Isaac Smith - Hawthorn - Midfielder/Forward - $103,600
A mature-aged recruit who is tipped to be the new Mick Barlow. Make sure you've got him if he's listed for Round 1.
22. Mitch Wallis - Western Bulldogs - Midfielder - $103,600
Grabbed 47 touches in the TAC Cup Grand Final last year and is the son of former dog Steve Wallis. Pretty cheap too.
33. Jeremy Howe - Melbourne - Forward - $103,600
The Tasmanian has been touted as the next Russel Robertson. He can sneak around and kick goals, make a few bucks for your team, but won't be a SC gun by any means.