Which team holds the strongest hand in this year's draft?
One way to figure that out is via the AFL's draft value index, which allocates points to every single pick to determine their value for bidding on father-son and academy prospects.
From Brisbane's pick one (3000 points) down to Carlton's pick 73 (nine points), every draft pick has a value.
Adding them all up? It's the Lions that have the strongest hand.
They do have pick one, which helps, but are bolstered by pick 15 (1112 points), pick 18 (985 points) and three more picks in the third round.
Fremantle, Carlton and St Kilda all have strong hands, while West Coast does too, trading their way in and holding four picks in the second round.
Richmond's done the same, with the sixth-most points of any club after trading their way up, building necessary points to land father-son prospect Patrick Naish.
Down the other end are Hawthorn, who traded this year's first-round pick for Jaeger O'Meara last year, and Essendon, who gave up plenty to land Jake Stringer, Adam Saad and Devon Smith.
Most draft points in the 2017 draft:
Brisbane - 6134
Fremantle - 5045
Carlton - 4267
St Kilda - 4084
West Coast - 3935
Richmond - 3133
GWS - 2981
North Melbourne - 2950
Collingwood - 2584
Western Bulldogs - 2536
Geelong - 2341
Melbourne - 2077
Sydney - 1983
Gold Coast - 1853
Adelaide - 1714
Port Adelaide - 1011
Hawthorn - 437
Essendon - 371