The 2023 AFL Draft is one of the most significant events on the AFL calendar, with the potential to change the lives of dozens of young players and impact the premiership paths of many clubs. The draft will be held across two days, starting on Monday, November 20 and continuing on Tuesday, November 21, with coverage beginning at 7pm (AEDT) on both nights. The first round of the draft will take place on Monday, with up to 29 picks scheduled. The rest of the draft will then continue on Tuesday. The draft will be broadcast on Fox Footy and Kayo, starting at 7pm EDT on Monday, November 20.
In addition to the dates and times of the draft, there are several other key elements to understand. The bidding system, which allows clubs to bid for players from the Next Generation Academy and Father-Son Academy, is an important aspect of the draft process. This year’s draft is expected to feature some top prospects, and there are many burning questions about which clubs will select these talented young players.
Overall, the 2023 AFL Draft is a highly anticipated event that will have a significant impact on the future of the league. With new players entering the league and clubs making strategic decisions about the direction of their teams, the draft is a pivotal moment in the AFL calendar.
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