AFL.com.au's Mitch Cleary shares his opinion on what Geelong's Trade period activity might look like.

Trade Period Date: 4 to 12 November

Indicative draft picks: 11, 13, 18, 34, 90

Who are Geelong after: Have won a commitment from Giants star Jeremy Cameron, while contracted Roo Shaun Higgins will move down the highway on a two-year deal. After cooling on Brad Crouch, they may consider another midfielder such as Isaac Smith. 

Who's on the table: Speedster Nakia Cockatoo is expected to take up a multi-year deal with Brisbane in an attempt to turn around his run of injuries. Midfielder Charlie Constable will explore the market, while fellow 21-year-old Lachie Fogarty will consider it. Both have a year to run on contracts. 

Who's in limbo: Harry Taylor is yet to make a decision on his future, however fellow defender Lachie Henderson is likely to win another extension. Tom Hawkins, Zach Tuohy and Brandan Parfitt are all on the verge of two-year deals and Sam Simpson will soon follow. Stefan Okunbor, Zach Guthrie and Brad Close should be fine, however Quinton Narkle is still waiting on an offer along with Darcy Fort, Oscar Brownlow, Ben Jarvis, Jacob Kennerley, James Parsons, Blake Schlensog and Jake Tarca. 

Who's already gone: Gary Ablett's retirement is the only confirmed departure to this point.

Dream trade period: To bring in restricted free agent Cameron at as little cost as possible. The Giants are all but certain to match the offer, but the Cats will be desperate to hold onto as many of their three first-round picks as possible. While the Giants may ask for him, holding onto Brandan Parfitt should be a priority. As should Jordan Clark from any offers in WA. Higgins for anything in the second round or less would also be a win.