Welcome to SANFL’s 2023 AFL Draft Hub.
A total of ten SANFL players received an opportunity at AFL level, with seven having their name called in the AFL Draft, two in the AFL Rookie Draft and Glenelg premiership defender Toby Pink signed by North Melbourne as a Delisted Free Agent.
Central District’s Will McCabe, the son of dashing Hawks backman Luke McCabe who played 138 AFL games from 1995 to 2004, landed at Hawthorn as a father-son selection at Pick No.19.
South Adelaide ruck Taylor Goad was the second South Australian selected, with North Melbourne snapping up the 207cm giant with pick No.20.
Ambidextrous Glenelg forward Ashton Moir, touted as a top-five pick this time last year, landed at Carlton with the final pick of the first night – No.29.
North Adelaide midfielder Kane McAuliffe got things rolling for the South Australians on night two of the AFL Draft, snapped up by Richmond at Pick No.40.
The Tigers struck again at No.43 when they took another Croweater with their second pick, calling upon Central District key forward Liam Fawcett.
Glenelg’s Bodie Ryan headed for Hawthorn after hearing his name called at Pick No.46.
South Adelaide’s livewire forward Jack Delean was the final South Aussie to be chosen, by Fremantle at Pick No.60.
Sturt’s Loch Rawlinson and Norwood’s Will Rowlands were handed opportunities at elite level after being selected in the 2023 AFL Rookie Draft.
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