To get a better idea on how you've drafted this @fogdog I think I need to go back to last years trade period.
After challenging for the flag year after year, then having a bad run of injuries last year and getting knocked out first week of the finals, I sensed you've shifted towards a rebuild of sorts. I still think you want to be competitive, and you will, but this year may see you in a bit of a holding pattern inside the bottom of the 8 till your kids improve to where to you see them. There was still, and still is, plenty of talent on your list which gave you the advantage of having some very desirable players you could trade to other coaches. Especially WOB after looking back at last years trades.
Picks 54, 85, 93, 95, 103, 105, 121, 139, 157, 175
Picks 19, 41, 52, 59, 60, 77, 93, 105
That's a list I managed to find, which isn't 100% cause you managed to get all your pics inside 60 which is a crazy effort. Whilst it shows some great talent going out, you've still managed to bring in young 22 players with plenty of upside, and vastly improving your draft position for the 2017 season.
Now onto the 2017 BBFFL draft.
Pick 13 - Will Setterfiled - Perfect pic for the way I see you shaping your list. As other have said, I'm sure you couldn't yell out his name fast enough. I think people were turned off by the fact he plays at GWS. He'll get games this is for sure, and all he needs is 1-2 good ones to possibly hold his spot longer that you'd envisaged. He'll be a regular in 2-3 years and put up great numbers.
Pick 19 - Tom Stewart - Like this pick too. I for one was really hoping he slid to me at 25. Matured body who is ready to play for the Cats. Geelong need big boys in the backline after some big departures last year. Should play regularly, just not sure how well he'll score. He may have a couple of 90+ games here and there but most scores will be around the 60-70 mark. I've got a feeling you grabbed him to maybe offload him mid season to improve your side/draft position once again.
Pick 28 - Tom Bell - YOU ARE ON FIRE!! Another great pick. To be honest I didn't even see him on the spreadsheet!! If I did, I would've grabbed him at 25. He's in the top10 at the Lions and is a proven scorer. Being a dual position just adds to the value of the pic.
Pick 31 - Harris Andrews - Not sold on this pick. Young key defenders are generally poison. I know he can play forward too, but at the Lions he'll be starved of opportunities once again. Then if he goes back, he'll be chasing tail. With this pic I would've gone a slightly higher risk route. You probably wanted a bit more back cover but that could've waited a few more pics. I probably would looked at Vickers-Willis, Barrett or even Wellingham if wanted Back coverage this early.
Pick 41- Mark Hutchings - Sorry, don't rate this pick. I know he gets games at the Eagles and has scored well in the past, I see him regressing this year with the arrival of Mitchel. Your midfield is very solid and you don't need cover. Again I would've looked for more upside. Barrett again was still there ( thanks for not taking him ;/), or Kade Stewart.
Pick 49 - Billie Smedts - This is more like it. A high risk kid with huge upside. Was touted as the next big thing a Geelong but never materialized. Injuries hurt him big time but he could always play. Should see plenty of action at the Blues and could be a real suprise packet.
Pick 52 - Shane Edwards - Meh. Just there for depth again. When Richmond struggle again this year I don't see him playing much in front of kids the need to blood for the future.
Pick 59 - Will Langford - Another nice pick. Kid just needs to stay healthy. Was best 22 a few years back and he's in their plans. With a heap of their midfield leaving he should score very well when he gets on the park.
Pick 60 - Kobe Mutch - More risks!!! I like it. Others have mentioned he's a ball magnet so I won't comment on that. Oh, I think I just did. As a fellow Dons supporter I hope he doesn't get on the park at all cause our main midfield is healthy and killing it. He may be one for the future, but I thought Alex Morgan was going to be that for me last year too and he's on the scrap heap.
Very very good draft. It's pretty handy being able to finish your draft well before round 5. I'd rate it a B+. I think your starting 18 is very very strong and you could of taking a few more risks early and then looked for cover in your last 2-3 picks, By pick 60 most coaches had only had 3-4 picks, some hadn't even started. I'm not sure you'll be able to tackles the like of Dill (vomit) or WOB this year but you could give them a scare if your guys improve quicker than expected. I've got a feeling you are more focused on next year and then a 3-5 year window you've made for yourself will strong drafted and efficient trading.