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How your club has fared from the 2016 Trade Period

After last year’s trade period, our Trade and Free Agency team analysed the ins and the outs for each club and came up with our Trade/Free Agency Power Rankings.

Well we’ve revisited those rankings now that we’ve gone through 12 rounds of 2017 and re-assessed how each club has fared. Bear in mind, this can not assess the value of draft picks traded so soon afterwards. This is about how the players traded have performed in their first half season with their new club. The longer term outcomes of this Trade Period may vary significantly from what we see now.

While it was West Coast on top immediately after the Trade/Free agency period, we’ve assessed that as it stands right now, it is Fremantle who have done best so far from the players they have acquired. The surprise packet is probably Richmond, who we initially assessed as having had a middle of the range trade period. All three of their off-season acquisitions have had key roles in the Tigers’ good start to the 2017 season.

The disappointment? Probably, West Coast, who slip to fifth on the basis that while the Sam Mitchell trade was essentially free, he hasn’t necessarily made them a better side.

Here’s our list.

(For those viewing on a mobile phone, the club by club summary continues below the table)

NEW RANKCLUBORIGiNAL RANKUPDATED RATINGINOUTCOMMENTS
1Fremantle27Cam McCarthy
Brad Hill
Joel Hamling
Shane Kersten
2017 4th Rd Pick (GCS)
Pick 7, Pick 34, Pick 35, Pick 40, Pick 71
Chris Mayne
2017 2nd Rd Pick
Pick 3, Pick 23, Pick 35, Pick 43, Pick 61, Pick 63, Pick 73
Fremantle's trade haul from 2016 always looked like a net gain and their improved form so far this year is an indication that the right moves were made. You can pretty much say that all four players picked up last year have performed above expectations. All four, McCarthy, Hill, Hamling and Kersten have played every game to date, which is a terrific success in their first year. McCarthy has yet to set the world on fire, but for a forward who spent 12 months out of the game, he has adapted well back to the big league, He is averaging career high for disposals. His performance in Round 4 against Melbourne showed his potential. He just needs to hit the scoreboard more. Hill has had a brilliant first 12 games as a Docker, averaging a career-high 23 touches. He is loving the open spaces of Subiaco and has had some huge games. Hamling has slotted in well, as you'd expect from a premiership winning full back. Kersten has held his spot is the forward line with consistent if unspectacular performances. Has kicked two goals in five of 12 games including the winner against North Melbourne in Round 5. The Dockers did trade down the draft to get those players in but at this stage, that hasn't been a major issue. Their eventual first pick Griffen Logue has four games under his belt.
2St Kilda45Jack Steele
Nathan Brown
Koby Stevens
2017 1st Rd Pick (HAW)
2017 4th Rd Pick (NTH)
Pick 23, Pick 26 Pick 61
2017 2nd Rd Pick
2017 5th Rd Pick
Pick 10, Pick 50, Pick 68
The Saints have done very well from last year's trade period. Free agent acquisition Nathan Brown has slotted in brilliantly down back and enabled Allan Richardson to be able to build a defence around he and Jake Carlisle. Jack Steele has been excellent, playing all 11 games to date, and averaging 21 touches a game. He has added some real grunt to the Saints' midfield with an average of 7 tackles and four clearances per match. Injuries and suspension have limited Koby Stevens to just five games but he has impressed in every one. Like Steele, he has brought a harder edge to the midfield and in the Round 10 loss to the Bulldogs had 28 touches, eight tackles and seven clearances. The other bonus for the Saints has been the trouble Hawthorn have had. They get the Hawks' first round pick this year and the lower the Hawks finish, the better the 2017 draft looks for St Kilda
3North Melbourne34Nathan Hrovat
Marley Williams
Paul Ahern
2017 3rd Rd Pick (WB)
2017 4th Rd Pick (WB)
Pick 32, Pick 92
Daniel Wells
Aaron Black
2017 3rd Rd Pick
2017 4th Rd Pick
Pick 69, Pick 105
North's 2016 trade period was solid progress for a team looking to change the age demographic of their list. The loss of Daniel Wells to free agency was somewhat of a blow, but as suspected, Wells' body has struggled to hold up at Collingwood. Aaron Black's departure for a late draft pick hasn't really been a boon for Geelong, who have only found room for him in three games. In terms of the players who have come in, Marley Williams has played all 12 games and built into his season nicely. He is now an important part of the Roos' defensive set-up. It's a similar story for Hrovat, who has also played all 11 games and has done his job without being a star.
4Gold Coast84Pearce Hanley
Jarryd Lyons
Jarrod Witts
Michael Barlow
2017 2nd Rd Pick (RI)
2017 2nd Rd Pick (FRE)
2017 2nd Rd Pick (GWS)
Pick 6, Pick 10, Pick 73
Dion Prestia
Jaeger O’Meara
2017 4th Rd Pick
Pick 22, Pick 24, Pick 26, Pick 30, Pick 44, Pick 62, Pick 80
Losing Dion Prestia and Jaeger O'Meara was always going to be difficult for the Suns, but the players they got in have done a very solid job, not to mention the picks banked for those deals. Michael Barlow, Jarrod Witts and Jarryd Lyons have played every game to date and both have been very good. Witts is clearly the first-choice ruckman, while Lyons is averaging 25 touches a game - four more than his previous career best. Barlow has been another crucial addition, averaging 26 touches. Injuries and family issues have prevented Pearce Hanley from making the first impression he would have liked at the club, but looks set to have a big back half of the season off his 31-touch effort in the win against West Coast in Round 11. O'Meara's ongoing fitness issues at Hawthorn shows that the Suns did well to get what they did for him when they could.
5Richmond94Dion Prestia
Toby Nankervis
Josh Caddy
2017 1st Rd Pick (GEE)
2017 3rd Rd Pick (GWS)
Pick 26, Pick 56
Tyrone Vickery
Brett Deledio
2017 2nd Rd Pick, Pick 6, Pick 46, Pick 64
With so much on the line, Richmond went hard at the trade table last year and have been rewarded. Dion Prestia and Toby Nankervis have both become key players for the Tigers, while Josh Caddy has been a very useful addition. All three have contributed to Richmond's improved fortunes this season. The two players they lost, Brett Deledio and Ty Vickery, have both struggled at their new clubs. Deledio is yet to play because of injury while Vickery has failed to secure a permanent space in the Hawthorn line-up. No doubt a big win for the Tigers.
6West Coast13Sam Mitchell
Pick 54, Pick 72
Pick 52, Pick 70, Pick 88West Coast effectively got Sam Mitchell for free, so anything from the veteran midfielder would be a bonus. He has probably performed below expectations in his 10 games to date. He is averaging the least possessions per game in five years, while his numbers for clearances (4.30) and Inside 50s (1.5) are the lowest since he first debuted in 2002. Nathan Vardy was the other arrival for a late pick and that has proven a bonus with the former Cat playing 11 games so far and providing a solid stand-in for the injured Nic Naitanui.
7Melbourne73Jordan Lewis
Michael Hibberd
Pat McKenna
Pick 47, Pick 57, Pick 69
Jack Grimes
Lynden Dunn
Pick 29, Pick 48, Pick 66
Getting Jordan Lewis effectively for free was always going to be bonus for the Dees. Apart from spending three games on the sidelines suspended, the four-time premiership player has been excellent averaging 25.5 touches a game. His leadership is of particular value. Michael Hibberd has also been a great pick up for what was essentially a later second round pick. He has averaged 27.7 touches a game and has provided the Demons with plenty of rebound off half back.
8Carlton62Billie Smedts
Caleb Marchbank
Jarrod Pickett
Rhys Palmer
Pick 48, Pick 66, Pick 70
Zach Tuohy
2017 2nd Rd Pick
Pick 45, Pick 58, Pick 135
The Blues brought in four players in the off-season, but only one has played regular football, Caleb Marchbank. Marchbank looks like a decade long player at the Blues but they did pay well for both he and Jarrod Pickett, who has only played five games. The Blues effectively got Rhys Palmer for free as part of a pick swap, but that trade looks a bust at this stage with Palmer having played just one game. The trade which saw Billie Smedts and some picks end up at Carlton for Zach Tuohy is currently heavily in favour of the Cats. Smedts has played just four games and looks no better than the player who played 38 games in five seasons at the Cattery.
9Brisbane51Jack Frost
2017 1st Rd pick (PA)
2017 3rd Rd Pick (COL)
Pick 3, Pick 16, Pick 22, Pick 76
Pearce Hanley
2017 3rd Rd Pick
2017 4th Rd Pick
Pick 2, Pick 19, Pick 31, Pick 51, Pick 60
Brisbane's 2016 trade period was all about securing a better position for the subsequent draft. The one player they brought in Jack Frost, and he has played just two games before disappearing back to the NEAFL and then to the sidelines with concussion. I guess the other positive is the form of Tom Rockliff, who looked destined for a trade, but surprisingly stayed put and has since has close to a career-best year.
10Port Adelaide120Pick 14, Pick 17, Pick 30, Pick 312017 1st Rd Pick
Pick 9, Pick 49, Pick 67
Port traded nothing but picks in the 2016 trade week, so hard to asses whether the moves are good or bad. One of those, pick, No.18, was used on Sam Powell-Pepper, who looks and absolute beast in his first year
11Essendon100James Stewart
Pick 29, Pick 68
Michael Hibberd
Pick 59, Pick 77
James Stewart was the only player to lob at Essendon via a trade in 2016, with Michael Hibberd departing. Stewart may have just played the four games but has shown enough to suggest he should be a good pick up for the Bombers, and looks a good foil for Joe Daniher up forward. Still has a way to go to cement his spot, but there's plenty to like.
12Sydney110Pick 9, Pick 19, Pick 46, Pick 49, Pick 52Tom Mitchell
Toby Nankervis
Pick 17, Pick 39, Pick 52, Pick 57
The Swans lost two players, Toby Nankervis and Tom Mitchell, during trade week and both have had excellent seasons at their new clubs. Stacking themselves for picks has already paid dividends with No.9 pick Oliver Florent (six games) and No.21 pick Will Hayward (nine games) having both seen plenty of footy in their first year. Both look to be very promising players.
13Geelong16-1Zach Tuohy
Aaron Black
2017 2nd Rd Pick (CA)
Pick 24, Pick 64, Pick 72
Billie Smedts
Josh Caddy
<Nathan Vardy
Shane Kersten
2017 1st Rd Pick
Pick 56, Pick 92
The Cats made no secret of their desire to attract Tuohy and his arrival at the club has been a massive win. He would be top five in the Cats B and F right now as their primary rebounder across half back. Aaron Black came for a late draft pick and so far has been the approximate value of his price, not much, playing just three games. The Cats lost four players. Billie Smedts looks a bust for Carlton, but Josh Caddy has looked pretty good for Richmond. Nathan Vardy has played every game for West Coast but wouldn't have got a look in at the Cats this year anyway, Shane Kersten's debut season for Fremantle has been decent, without setting the world on fire.
14Adelaide15-1Pick 43, Pick 67Jarryd Lyons
Pick 71
The Crows took a couple of picks from Gold Coast for Jarryd Lyons. It was a good move for the player, but not particularly a negative for Adelaide who were otherwise silent on trade week having failed to secure Bryce Gibbs.
15Western Bulldogs14-2Travis Cloke
2017 3rd Rd Pick (NTH)
2017 5th Rd Pick (NTH)
Pick 35, Pick 43, Pick 50
Joel Hamling
Nathan Hrovat
Koby Stevens
2017 3rd Rd Pick
2017 4th Rd Pick
Pick 26, Pick 40, Pick 63, Pick 76, Pick 80
The reigning premiers were already committed to Travis Cloke before they won the flag, but the former Pie's move to the Dogs has not been a positive one as yet. He has played six games, kicked just six goals and doesn't have a clear role in a mobile Bulldogs forward line. The Dogs cleared out the list in trade week with Nathan Hrovat, Koby Stevens and Joel Hamling. All those three moves have benefited both the players and their new clubs.
16Collingwood13-3Daniel Wells
Chris Mayne
Lynden Dunn
Will Hoskin-Elliott
2017 3rd Rd Pick (BR)
2017 4th Rd Pick (BR)
Pick 44, Pick 51, Pick 62, Pick 105
Nathan Brown
Marley Williams
Jack Frost
Jarrod Witts
Travis Cloke
2017 2nd Rd Pick
2017 3rd Rd Pick
Pick 47
When the Pies showed up at trade week with the Gubby Allan saga hanging over their head and went 'chips-in', there were plenty of raised eyebrows, Big contracts lured Chris Mayne and Daniel Wells via free agency, while Will Hoskin-Elliott and Lynden Dunn also arrived as a host of players departed. Of the four arrivals, Hoskin-Elliott and Dunn have been a success. Hoskin-Elliott has had his critics but has slotted in very well and looks set to be a long time servant in the black and white. Dunn has also done a better than expected job. Wells arrived with fitness issues, missed the first five rounds and then was finally starting to look like the player he could be when he tore his calf in round 11. Mayne has been the biggest bust of all, lobbing for pick 23 and on a big contract, and playing just three games. Three of the five players who left the Pies, Nathan Brown, Jarrod Witts and Marley Williams, have been excellent for their new clubs this year.
17Hawthorn17-6Tyrone Vickery
Tom Mitchell
Jaeger O’Meara
Pick 88
Brad Hill
Sam Mitchell
Jordan Lewis
Pick 14, Pick 36, Pick 54, Pick 57, Pick 68, Pick 72
No-one was more aggressive during trade week than Hawthorn, who dealt off both Sam Mitchell and Jordan Lewis in shock moves, while also farewelling a homesick Brad Hill. All three of those players have been very good at their new clubs, but the Hawks needed cap space to lure Jaeger O'Meara and Tom Mitchell. The Mitchell trade has been a win. He has had a really good season in a struggling team and looks a good replacement for his namesake. O'Meara's injury problems have reared again and the Hawks must be a little nervous. He looked good in his four games, but they need to get him on the field or that trade could prove a massive bust. The assessment of the net value of those two trades will be measured by the fact that the Hawks effectively opted out of the draft by getting those two midfielders. That's a risky strategy. Ty Vickery was a free agency pick up, but has played only six games and hasn't set the world on fire. The jury is still out on the former Tiger.
18GWS18-9Brett Deledio
2017 2nd Rd Pick (STK)
2017 2nd Rd Pick (COL)
Pick 2, Pick 39, Pick 45, Pick 52, Pick 57, Pick 58, Pick 59, Pick 60, Pick 77, Pick 135
Cameron McCarthy
Jack Steele
Caleb Marchbank
Jarrod Pickett
Will Hoskin-Elliott
James Stewart
Rhys Palmer
Pat McKenna
Paul Ahern
2017 3rd Rd Pick
Pick 7, Pick 34, Pick 72
No-one does a fire sale like the Giants, who continue to stockpile picks by trading off players who are excess to requirements. They traded out no less than nine players at the end of last season, bringing in just one, Brett Deledio. Deledio has not played a game as yet because of injury but it hasn't really had too much of an effect on the Giants. Of the nine that left, four, Jack Steele, Will Hoskin Elliott, Cam McCarthy and Caleb Marchbank, are playing good or better football at their new clubs.

Club by Club Summary: For mobile users
1. Fremantle: Fremantle’s trade haul from 2016 always looked like a net gain and their improved form so far this year is an indication that the right moves were made. You can pretty much say that all four players picked up last year have performed above expectations. All four, McCarthy, Hill, Hamling and Kersten have played every game to date, which is a terrific success in their first year. McCarthy has yet to set the world on fire, but for a forward who spent 12 months out of the game, he has adapted well back to the big league, He is averaging career high for disposals. His performance in Round 4 against Melbourne showed his potential. He just needs to hit the scoreboard more. Hill has had a brilliant first 12 games as a Docker, averaging a career-high 23 touches. He is loving the open spaces of Subiaco and has had some huge games. Hamling has slotted in well, as you’d expect from a premiership winning full back. Kersten has held his spot is the forward line with consistent if unspectacular performances. Has kicked two goals in five of 12 games including the winner against North Melbourne in Round 5. The Dockers did trade down the draft to get those players in but at this stage, that hasn’t been a major issue. Their eventual first pick Griffen Logue has four games under his belt.

2. St Kilda: The Saints have done very well from last year’s trade period. Free agent acquisition Nathan Brown has slotted in brilliantly down back and enabled Allan Richardson to be able to build a defence around he and Jake Carlisle. Jack Steele has been excellent, playing all 11 games to date, and averaging 21 touches a game. He has added some real grunt to the Saints’ midfield with an average of 7 tackles and four clearances per match. Injuries and suspension have limited Koby Stevens to just five games but he has impressed in every one. Like Steele, he has brought a harder edge to the midfield and in the Round 10 loss to the Bulldogs had 28 touches, eight tackles and seven clearances. The other bonus for the Saints has been the trouble Hawthorn have had. They get the Hawks’ first round pick this year and the lower the Hawks finish, the better the 2017 draft looks for St Kilda

3. North Melbourne: North’s 2016 trade period was solid progress for a team looking to change the age demographic of their list. The loss of Daniel Wells to free agency was somewhat of a blow, but as suspected, Wells’ body has struggled to hold up at Collingwood. Aaron Black’s departure for a late draft pick hasn’t really been a boon for Geelong, who have only found room for him in three games. In terms of the players who have come in, Marley Williams has played all 12 games and built into his season nicely. He is now an important part of the Roos’ defensive set-up. It’s a similar story for Hrovat, who has also played all 11 games and has done his job without being a star.

4. Gold Coast: Losing Dion Prestia and Jaeger O’Meara was always going to be difficult for the Suns, but the players they got in have done a very solid job, not to mention the picks banked for those deals. Michael Barlow, Jarrod Witts and Jarryd Lyons have played every game to date and both have been very good. Witts is clearly the first-choice ruckman, while Lyons is averaging 25 touches a game – four more than his previous career best. Barlow has been another crucial addition, averaging 26 touches. Injuries and family issues have prevented Pearce Hanley from making the first impression he would have liked at the club, but looks set to have a big back half of the season off his 31-touch effort in the win against West Coast in Round 11. O’Meara’s ongoing fitness issues at Hawthorn shows that the Suns did well to get what they did for him when they could.

5. Richmond: With so much on the line, Richmond went hard at the trade table last year and have been rewarded. Dion Prestia and Toby Nankervis have both become key players for the Tigers, while Josh Caddy has been a very useful addition. All three have contributed to Richmond’s improved fortunes this season. The two players they lost, Brett Deledio and Ty Vickery, have both struggled at their new clubs. Deledio is yet to play because of injury while Vickery has failed to secure a permanent space in the Hawthorn line-up. No doubt a big win for the Tigers.

6. West Coast: West Coast effectively got Sam Mitchell for free, so anything from the veteran midfielder would be a bonus. He has probably performed below expectations in his 10 games to date. He is averaging the least possessions per game in five years, while his numbers for clearances (4.30) and Inside 50s (1.5) are the lowest since he first debuted in 2002. Nathan Vardy was the other arrival for a late pick and that has proven a bonus with the former Cat playing 11 games so far and providing a solid stand-in for the injured Nic Naitanui.

7. Melbourne: Getting Jordan Lewis effectively for free was always going to be bonus for the Dees. Apart from spending three games on the sidelines suspended, the four-time premiership player has been excellent averaging 25.5 touches a game. His leadership is of particular value. Michael Hibberd has also been a great pick up for what was essentially a later second round pick. He has averaged 27.7 touches a game and has provided the Demons with plenty of rebound off half back.

8. Carlton: The Blues brought in four players in the off-season, but only one has played regular football, Caleb Marchbank. Marchbank looks like a decade long player at the Blues but they did pay well for both he and Jarrod Pickett, who has only played five games. The Blues effectively got Rhys Palmer for free as part of a pick swap, but that trade looks a bust at this stage with Palmer having played just one game. The trade which saw Billie Smedts and some picks end up at Carlton for Zach Tuohy is currently heavily in favour of the Cats. Smedts has played just four games and looks no better than the player who played 38 games in five seasons at the Cattery.

9. Brisbane: Brisbane’s 2016 trade period was all about securing a better position for the subsequent draft. The one player they brought in Jack Frost, and he has played just two games before disappearing back to the NEAFL and then to the sidelines with concussion. I guess the other positive is the form of Tom Rockliff, who looked destined for a trade, but surprisingly stayed put and has since has close to a career-best year.

10. Port Adelaide: Port traded nothing but picks in the 2016 trade week, so hard to asses whether the moves are good or bad. One of those, pick, No.18, was used on Sam Powell-Pepper, who looks and absolute beast in his first year

11. Essendon: James Stewart was the only player to lob at Essendon via a trade in 2016, with Michael Hibberd departing. Stewart may have just played the four games but has shown enough to suggest he should be a good pick up for the Bombers, and looks a good foil for Joe Daniher up forward. Still has a way to go to cement his spot, but there’s plenty to like.

12. Sydney: The Swans lost two players, Toby Nankervis and Tom Mitchell, during trade week and both have had excellent seasons at their new clubs. Stacking themselves for picks has already paid dividends with No.9 pick Oliver Florent (six games) and No.21 pick Will Hayward (nine games) having both seen plenty of footy in their first year. Both look to be very promising players.

13. Geelong: The Cats made no secret of their desire to attract Tuohy and his arrival at the club has been a massive win. He would be top five in the Cats B and F right now as their primary rebounder across half back. Aaron Black came for a late draft pick and so far has been the approximate value of his price, not much, playing just three games. The Cats lost four players. Billie Smedts looks a bust for Carlton, but Josh Caddy has looked pretty good for Richmond. Nathan Vardy has played every game for West Coast but wouldn’t have got a look in at the Cats this year anyway, Shane Kersten’s debut season for Fremantle has been decent, without setting the world on fire.

14. Adelaide: The Crows took a couple of picks from Gold Coast for Jarryd Lyons. It was a good move for the player, but not particularly a negative for Adelaide who were otherwise silent on trade week having failed to secure Bryce Gibbs.

15. Western Bulldogs: The reigning premiers were already committed to Travis Cloke before they won the flag, but the former Pie’s move to the Dogs has not been a positive one as yet. He has played six games, kicked just six goals and doesn’t have a clear role in a mobile Bulldogs forward line. The Dogs cleared out the list in trade week with Nathan Hrovat, Koby Stevens and Joel Hamling. All those three moves have benefited both the players and their new clubs.

16. Collingwood: When the Pies showed up at trade week with the Gubby Allan saga hanging over their head and went ‘chips-in’, there were plenty of raised eyebrows, Big contracts lured Chris Mayne and Daniel Wells via free agency, while Will Hoskin-Elliott and Lynden Dunn also arrived as a host of players departed. Of the four arrivals, Hoskin-Elliott and Dunn have been a success. Hoskin-Elliott has had his critics but has slotted in very well and looks set to be a long time servant in the black and white. Dunn has also done a better than expected job. Wells arrived with fitness issues, missed the first five rounds and then was finally starting to look like the player he could be when he tore his calf in round 11. Mayne has been the biggest bust of all, lobbing for pick 23 and on a big contract, and playing just three games. Three of the five players who left the Pies, Nathan Brown, Jarrod Witts and Marley Williams, have been excellent for their new clubs this year.

17. Hawthorn: No-one was more aggressive during trade week than Hawthorn, who dealt off both Sam Mitchell and Jordan Lewis in shock moves, while also farewelling a homesick Brad Hill. All three of those players have been very good at their new clubs, but the Hawks needed cap space to lure Jaeger O’Meara and Tom Mitchell. The Mitchell trade has been a win. He has had a really good season in a struggling team and looks a good replacement for his namesake. O’Meara’s injury problems have reared again and the Hawks must be a little nervous. He looked good in his four games, but they need to get him on the field or that trade could prove a massive bust. The assessment of the net value of those two trades will be measured by the fact that the Hawks effectively opted out of the draft by getting those two midfielders. That’s a risky strategy. Ty Vickery was a free agency pick up, but has played only six games and hasn’t set the world on fire. The jury is still out on the former Tiger.

18. GWS: No-one does a fire sale like the Giants, who continue to stockpile picks by trading off players who are excess to requirements. They traded out no less than nine players at the end of last season, bringing in just one, Brett Deledio. Deledio has not played a game as yet because of injury but it hasn’t really had too much of an effect on the Giants. Of the nine that left, four, Jack Steele, Will Hoskin Elliott, Cam McCarthy and Caleb Marchbank, are playing good or better football at their new clubs.

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