The Cats have emerged as the big winners of the 2022 Trade period by significantly bolstering the club's midfield depth, securing the versatile Ollie Henry, as well as the prized number 7 pick at the upcoming NAB AFL National Draft in November.

Geelong List Manger Andrew Mackie said the Cats are excited about the current make up of the list coming off a premiership and following the recent retirement of games record holder Joel Selwood.

“We are really happy with the guys we were able to bring in this trade period and Stephen Wells is licking his lips at pick seven,” Mackie said.


“We are not going to pigeon-hole Ollie about a position. We are going to be open-minded whether he can play in the back half or on a wing and up the ground.

“And see what he can do with some running and jumping ability.

“Tanner and Ollie come in as 20-year-olds, come in as third-year players, something we are excited about.”

The Cats final draft hand now includes picks 7, 58, and 64.

For the full story of each player and the story of how they got to Geelong, follow the links below.

Tanner Bruhn

Jack Bowes

Ollie Henry