That Welsh Fire batting line-up...
Welsh Fire boasted plenty of attacking threat heading into the draft. By the end of the draft they'd taken their flair and power to yet another level.
Picking up Australian genius Steve Smith and the skilful Ben Duckett to play alongside England pair Jonny Bairstow and Tom Banton makes their batting line-up arguably the strongest in the competition.
Southern Brave bowling...
With their draft picking strategy it's clear that Southern Brave prioritised pace and flair in their selections.
With England quick Jofra Archer already in their ranks, Southern Brave doubled down on speed picking Tymal Mills and all-rounder Andre Russell, both who can bowl over 90mph. These three bowlers in the same unit is going to be something to look out for!
Livingstone picked up in the first round
The Birmingham Phoenix surprised with their first pick as they went all out to secure the hard-hitting Liam Livingstone. The all-rounder made history as the first Englishman to be selected in the draft and will be plying his trade in The Hundred in the Midlands!
Hometown knowledge favoured
Home is where the heart is. Plenty of head coaches opted for local players with years of experience and happy memories at their home grounds. Stephen Fleming's Trent Rockets selected seven players who have played their cricket in Nottingham.
The price is Wright
One of the most experienced players in the draft, Luke Wright was the final selection of the night, heading to Trent Rockets. It was a nervous wait for the 34-year-old former England player!