Jarrod Harbrow has been handpicked by Eddie Betts for team DEADLY in the upcoming AFLX Tournament. 

The SUNS life member was selected at Pick #8 in Wednesday nights draft, the second overall selection for team DEADLY after Fremantle's Bradley Hill was taken at Pick #1.

The realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 Draft was broadcast on Wednesday night with the four team captains each selecting 12 players to fill their teams with some of the best talent in the AFL.

The Draft selection order was determined when one of four numbered and purpose-produced pink AFLX Sherrin footballs were chosen at the beginning of the broadcast.

The pink AFLX Sherrin footballs were numbered one to four, and the choice was given to a representative from each of the AFLX captains nominated charities.

Each team will play for prize money to be donated to the nominated charities.

The realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 tournament’s winner will receive $30,000 for their nominated charity, with the Grand Final Runner-up charity receiving $10,000 and the remaining two teams each receiving $5,000 for their charities.

The AFLX captains had a maximum of 30 seconds to make each of their selections with all captains making their selections within the allotted timeframe.

DEADLY captain Eddie Betts’ nominated charity is the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Two representatives, Jessica and Freda, chose the pink AFLX Sherrin football with the number one displayed meaning Betts was able to make the number one selection in the realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 Draft.

The realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 Draft proceeded with selections in a snake order until selection 48 when all team positions were filled.

A surprise element to the realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 Draft saw the captains of the BOLTS, FLYERS and RAMPAGE given a steal card enabling them to pick another team’s player from Round 6 through to the end.

The following are the selections made during the realestate.com.au AFLX 2019 Draft:

1Bradley Hill (Fremantle)DEADLY
2Tom Hawkins (Geelong Cats)BOLTS
3Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)FLYERS
4Lachie Whitfield (GWS GIANTS)RAMPAGE
5Rory Sloane (Adelaide Crows)RAMPAGE
6Alex Rance (Richmond)FLYERS
7Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)BOLTS
8Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast SUNS)DEADLY
9Tim Kelly (Geelong Cats)DEADLY
10Mark Blicavs (Geelong Cats)BOLTS
11Jeremy Cameron (GWS GIANTS)FLYERS
13Dayne Zorko (Brisbane Lions)RAMPAGE
14Isaac Heeney (Sydney Swans)FLYERS
15Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)BOLTS
16Chad Wingard (Hawthorn)DEADLY
17Travis Varcoe (Collingwood)DEADLY
18Andrew Gaff (West Coast Eagles)BOLTS
19Stephen Coniglio (GWS GIANTS)FLYERS
20Isaac Smith (Hawthorn)RAMPAGE
21Luke Breust (Hawthorn)RAMPAGE
22Rory Laird (Adelaide Crows)FLYERS
23Luke Parker (Sydney Swans)BOLTS
24Steven May (Melbourne)DEADLY
25Lewis Jetta (West Coast Eagles)DEADLY
26Jaidyn Stephenson (Collingwood)BOLTS
27Travis Boak (Port Adelaide)FLYERS
28Lachie Hunter* (Western Bulldogs)FLYERS
*Stolen from RAMPAGE
29Easton Wood (Western Bulldogs)RAMPAGE
30Tom McDonald (Melbourne)RAMPAGE
31Dylan Shiel* (Essendon)RAMPAGE
*Stolen from BOLTS
32Andrew McGrath (Essendon)BOLTS
33Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)DEADLY
34Joel Hamling (Fremantle)DEADLY
35Jack Billings (St Kilda)BOLTS
36Aliir Aliir (Sydney Swans)FLYERS
37Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne)RAMPAGE
38Daniel Rich* (Brisbane Lions)BOLTS
*Stolen from FLYERS
39Michael Hurley (Essendon)FLYERS
40Willie Rioli (West Coast Eagles)DEADLY
41Sam Powell-Pepper (Port Adelaide)DEADLY
42Robbie Tarrant (North Melbourne)BOLTS
43Josh P. Kennedy (Sydney Swans)FLYERS
44Tim Membrey (St Kilda)RAMPAGE
45Zac Fisher (Carlton)RAMPAGE
46Jack Higgins (Richmond)FLYERS
47Jack Steele (St Kilda)BOLTS
48Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide Crows)DEADLY