Western Bulldogs' midfielder Kirsty Lamb (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

Every year there is speculation over which young talent will be taken at the top end of the draft as exciting young names follow in the footsteps of former No.1 picks such as Ellie McKenzie, Montana Ham, and Charlie Rowbottom.

But clubs often strike gold deeper down the draft.

Looking back at past drafts, we've plucked out your club's best bang-for-buck draft selection. Maybe they're a late selection who has bloomed into an All-Australian talent, or is an exciting prospect who somehow slipped down the order. 

Kirsty Lamb, pick No.138 in 2016 (No. 71 in Victoria) 

The poster child of late draft selections emerging as bargains once at the top level, Kirsty Lamb was the Bulldogs' second-last pick in their inaugural list build, but has since become a genuine heart and soul player at the club.

A premiership player, All-Australian and club Best and Fairest winner, Lamb is part of a formidable midfield duo alongside Ellie Blackburn, offering a one-two punch.

She offers strength and resilience, while also having a knack of marking anything that comes her way, making her a handy linking player down the ground. 

The AFLW Season Eight Supplementary Draft will be livestreamed on womens.afl and the AFL Women's App on Tuesday, April 4.