With the Trade Period done and dusted, there will be plenty of fresh faces running around for your team in 2021.

So who gets the nod? Who's on the bench? Who misses out?

Here's how the AFL.com.au reporters see your club's line-up for next season assuming everyone is available, except for long-term injured players. 

Expect it more onball time for the likes of Jamie Elliott and the Brown brothers, while Brayden Sier and Rupert Wills could also see more opportunity as inside players. Jeremy Howe will return from a long-term knee injury to push Jack Madgen out of the frame, while Will Kelly could also challenge Mason Cox and Darcy Cameron for more game time in the forward line after recovering from an elbow injury.

The Pies currently have two first-round picks, and access to Next Generation Academy speedster Reef McInnes, so expect this team to change even further after December's NAB AFL Draft. – Riley Beveridge

B: Jack Crisp, Jordan Roughead, Brayden Maynard
Isaac Quaynor, Darcy Moore, Jeremy Howe
Chris Mayne, Scott Pendlebury, Josh Daicos
Tyler Brown, Brody Mihocek, Will Hoskin-Elliott
Jordan De Goey, Mason Cox, Jamie Elliott
Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Steele Sidebottom
Callum Brown, Brayden Sier, John Noble, Levi Greenwood

Emerg: Josh Thomas, Will Kelly, Rupert Wills, Jack Madgen