Fremantle have strengthened their draft hand for the 2020 NAB AFL National Draft with a pick swap with the Adelaide Crows.
Fremantle have agreed to trade their future fourth round selection in exchange for a third round selection (no.56) and an early fourth round selection (no.63).
The trade means Fremantle go into the draft with five selections, currently 12, 32, 55, 56 and 63.
Executive general manager of football Peter Bell said the trade gave Fremantle more flexibility going into the draft.
“Our trade with Adelaide essentially means we have secured a third and a fourth round selection in exchange for a future fourth round selection,” Bell said.
“The trade gives us further pick flexibility and point value should we decide to match any bid on our Next Generation Academy players.”

This year's NAB AFL Draft will be held as a virtual event on Wednesday 9 December.