Geelong enters day two of the AFL draft with seven picks still in hand, including two selections that will fall early on the second night of action.
Following an entertaining opening night, the Cats now hold picks 32 and 36 in the draft which currently sit as the third and seventh selections that will be made on Tuesday night.
The Cats first pick of the draft originally sat at number 10 on the first night, but Geelong swung a trade with Essendon which saw them move down one spot while also gaining pick 31 (now 36).
Geelong also hold a litter of picks later in the draft, with the remaining selections currently sitting at 63, 68, 75, 77 and 81.
The Cats selected tall utility, Connor O’Sullivan from the Murray Bushrangers with the 11th pick of the draft, an outstanding endurance athlete who is strong both in the air and at ground level.
O’Sullivan was a member of the AFL academy and part of the undefeated Allies team in the National Championships, claiming All-Australian honours at centre half-back and MVP honours at the National Championships.
The second round of the AFL draft will kick off tonight at 7pm, with the event streamed live on Fox Footy, the official AFL app and Kayo.