Pick 11: Oliver Florent 
The quick small forward was handed a round one debut and showed glimpses of what is sure to be long career playing across half forward. Florent needs a big summer in the gym but works hard when his team doesn't have the ball, which is a major tick. Sure to build on his nine games this year.

Pick 21: Will Hayward 
The speedster was the surprise packet of the season and kicked 22 goals from 17 games playing as a small forward. Hayward's enthusiasm and goal sense gave Sydney fans plenty to like this year, and another pre-season campaign should see him develop even more.

Pick 45: Jack Maibaum 
The key defender didn't manage to crack the senior team with the experienced Heath Grundy, Dane Rampe and Lewis Melican all performing strongly, but he was solid in 20 NEAFL appearances. Might find it tough again next year but the Swans love his no nonsense stlye.

Pick 48: Darcy Cameron 
The mature-aged ruckman had a solid pre-season and put plenty of pressure on Sam Naismith, Kurt Tippett and Callum Sinclair, but a serious shoulder injury ended his year after just nine NEAFL games. Capable of playing forward and will be in the mix next year if his body stays healthy.

Rookie selection pick 17: Ben Ronke 
The small forward battled injuries early this year but finished with 14 goals from 12 NEAFL games. A full pre-season should see him move into the midfield next year.

Rookie selection pick 34: Robbie Fox 
Played three senior games early this season and showed enough to suggest he can be a regular, but suffered some injury setbacks later in the year. Mature-aged midfielder who can have an impact in 2018.

Rookie selection pick 49: Shaun Edwards 
A surprise pick-up, the small forward looked close to making his Swans debut on a couple of occasions but never got the call. Retired at the end of the year after 24 games at three clubs.

Rookie selection pick 54: Toby Pink 
The athletic medium forward booted 24 goals from 20 NEAFL games and showed plenty of promise. Learning from teammates like Lance Franklin and Sam Reid over summer will only continue his development next year.