Now for the drafts WWE didn't care enough to mention on TV. For each superstar I will explain their situations in a few of sentences.
The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh to Raw
SmackDown: Mid-card filler/sideshow.
Raw: Pretty much the same role. Missing most of the year.
Chavo Guerrero to SmackDown
Raw: Best Jobber 2009/10
SmackDown: Jobber that barely appeared. Now an NXT pro.
Cody Rhodes to SmackDown
Raw: The third man of Legacy.
SmackDown: One of the best developing heels currently in WWE.
Natalya to Raw
SmackDown: Valet to the Hart Dynasty.
Raw: Diva's Champion.
Chris Masters to SmackDown
Raw: This guy was on Raw?
SmackDown: The John Cena of Superstars. Actually got wrestle at a PPV.
Ezekiel Jackson to Raw
Raw: A walking squash match. Traded back to SmackDown after few apperances.
Goldust to Raw
SmackDown: An ECW left over.
Raw: Surprisingly popular mid-card talent. Competed in a PPV match.
Hornswoggle to SmackDown
Raw: Annoying little man whose sole purpose is to entertain the kids.
SmackDown: Annoying little man whose sole purpose is to entertain the kids.
Rosa Mendes to SmackDown
Raw: Beth Phoenix's fan.
SmackDown: That girl with a jump rope backstage.
The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd) to Raw
SmackDown: A bland heel tag team.
Raw: A bland face tag team that became champions and then split up.
MVP to SmackDown
Raw: A decent and under used mid-carder who started strong and faded as the year went on.
SmackDown: He left a few months later to wrestle in Japan.