GWS gained pick six in a trade with St Kilda last month.
Gold Coast are widely tipped to take Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson with picks No.1 and 2 respectively, with Melbourne fancied to select West Australian tall Luke Jackson or sharp-skilled Victorian defender Hayden Young at pick No.3.
Port Adelaide and the Brisbane Lions completed a trade of picks on Monday, leaving the Power with selections No.12, 16 and 18, all of which are set to fall safely before a bid on father-son prospect Jackson Mead, who is widely viewed as a second-round prospect.
Victorian Miles Bergman and South Australian Will Day have both attracted interest from Port in relation to their first-round picks.
Armed with picks 14, 17 and 24, Geelong have an indicated an openness to trading up into the top 10 depending on the circumstances. They have been linked to Victorian swingman Fischer McAsey, who has also been connected to Hawthorn at pick 11.
The Suns, who also have picks 15 and 20, have shown interest in West Australians Trent Rivers and Deven Roberston. Sources have linked Rivers to pick 15, although the Suns would likely need to package selections to land WA under-18 captain Robertson, who shapes to fall around picks eight to 10.
Melbourne, who have pick No.8, have indicated an openness to trading away that selection, while Fremantle, who have picks seven and 10, are mindful of potential bids for Next Generation Academy prospect Liam Henry, who is rated by rival clubs as likely to be taken as early as the back end of the top 10.
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