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10. Matt Priddis (West Coast Eagles)
No doubt Priddis was excellent this season, but a Brownlow-worthy year? Debatable.
Humble and hard working, you can’t begrudge him the honour, though.
His commitment to the cause cannot be questioned.
9. Jarryd Roughead (Hawthorn)
The man can do everything.
Despite being the Hawks’ most obvious route to goal, Roughead also roams into the midfield and looks just as comfortable.
Kicked 75 goals in 2014, including 13 in the finals. A star.