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That First Pick...Our first pick through the eras

A quiz focussing on what Carlton has done over the years with the first draft pick
The National Draft has been in place since 1986. How many times since inception has Carlton traded away our first pick?
3
4
5
6
On only one occasion has a player secured by trading away Carlton's first pick played 50 games for the Club. Who was he?
Andrew McKay
Craig Bradley
Earl Spalding
Stephen Kernahan
The draft came in to play in 1986 - who was Carlton's first ever selection in the National Draft?
Dom Fotia
Glen Johnston
Peter Bubner
Stephen Edgar
After our 1995 Premiership success, Carlton traded away our first pick in the 1995 National Draft. Who did we secure?
Craig Devonport
Dean Rice
Lance Whitnall
Matthew Lappin
Only one of the players ever taken with our first pick in any given year never played for Carlton. Who was that player?
Craig Devonport
Murray Vance
Peter Bubner
Richard Kelly
The first Blue to play 200 games for the Club after being selected with our first pick in any given year is...?
Andrew McKay
Anthony Koutoufides
Scott Camporeale
Stephen Kernahan
In 1990, we secured a Pick #2 by trading away a player. Who did we pick up with that pick?
Damian Hampson
Dom Fotia
James Cook
Stephen Edgar
Which player was Carlton's first Top 10 Pick?
Dom Fotia
James Cook
Peter Bubner
Stephen Edgar
At the end of season 1999, Carlton traded away our first and third picks for Fremantle's Stephen O'Reilly. We also traded our second pick - who did we secure?
Corey McKernan
Mick Mansfield
Mick McGuane
Sam Cranage
Which of the following Blues earned from trading away our first picks in their respective years played the least games for Carlton?
Craig Devonport
Murray Vance
Sam Smart
Stephen O'Reilly
After taking Camporeale in 1994, who was the next 'first pick' (either by utilising the pick or by trading it) taken to reach 50 games for Carlton?
Andrew Walker
Corey McKernan
Kris Massie
Luke Livingston
In 1990, Carlton 'traded up' to secure an earlier pick. Who did we trade away to secure the earlier pick?
Ben Sexton
James Cook
Simon Minton-Connell
Warren McKenzie
Which of the following Blues earned from trading away our first picks in their respective years played the most games for Carlton?
Craig Devonport
Mick McGuane
Sam Cranage
Stephen O'Reilly
In one particular year, Carlton had two Top 10 draft picks - one from trading 'up', and the other from our Pick 7. Who did we pick up with Pick 7 in that year?
Andrew McKay
Damian Hampson
Dom Fotia
Stephen Edgar
Our first pick in the 2003 Draft secured Andrew Walker. What pick was he taken at?
1
2
3
4
Our first pick in the 1994 Draft secured Scott Camporeale. What pick was he taken at?
12
13
14
15
Carlton has enjoyed three #1 picks in our history. Who are they, and in what order were they taken?
Gibbs, Murphy, Kreuzer
Murphy, Gibbs, Kreuzer
Russell, Gibbs, Kreuzer
Walker, Murphy, Kreuzer
Which former Bomber did Carlton secure the first time we traded away our first pick in any respective year?
Cory McGrath
Glenn Hawker
Jimmy Plunkett
Peter Bubner
In 1996, Carlton traded for Collingwood's Mick McGuane. What did we give up for him?
Picks 19 and 32
Picks 19 and 65
Picks 19, 32 and 65
Picks 32 and 65
Of all the 'first picks' utilised by Carlton (ie. not traded away), which Blue taken with such picks has played the most games?
Andrew McKay
Kris Massie
Scott Camporeale
Simon Beaumont

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