All the picks: 2023 AFL Mid-Season Rookie Draft

A MIXED bag of 13 players have been selected in the 2023 AFL Mid-Season Rookie Draft, including 11 fresh faces. Gippsland Power forward Ryan Maric was the first as West Coast called his name with pick one, while two former AFL-listed players have also earned lifelines with second clubs.

Held virtually via AFL Headquarters, the intake saw 11 clubs make picks, with Hawthorn, Richmond and Sydney each making two. Greater Western Sydney held a pair of selections coming into the night but opted to pass on both.

Stay tuned to Rookie Me Central as we bring you all the fallout, analyse each pick, and break down what the 13 draftees offer to their new clubs.

>> Guide: 2023 AFL Mid-Season Rookie Draft



1. West Coast – Ryan Maric (Gippsland Power)
2. North Melbourne – Robert Hansen Jnr (Subiaco)
3. Hawthorn – Clay Tucker (Eastern Ranges)
4. Richmond – Matt Coulthard (Glenelg)
5. Greater Western Sydney – PASS
6. Sydney – Harry Arnold (Brisbane Lions VFL)
7. Geelong – Mitch Hardie (Woodville-West Torrens)
8. Fremantle – Ethan Stanley (Box Hill Hawks)
9. Essendon – Jaiden Hunter (Perth)
10. Western Bulldogs – Caleb Poulter (Footscray VFL)
11. Port Adelaide – Quinton Narkle (Essendon VFL)


12. Hawthorn – Brandon Ryan (Northern Bullants)
13. Richmond – James Trezise (Richmond VFL)
14. Greater Western Sydney – PASS
15. Sydney – Jack Buller (Claremont)

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