This is one of the more fascinating races of the night. Started the year slowly but gathered steam in the middle part of the year. Last year’s top two Stephen Coniglio (17 votes in 2019) and Jeremy Cameron (13 votes) had down seasons. The old vs new. Lachie Whitfield was the most consistent of their stars but Josh Kelly certainly had his moments, particularly in the first half of the season, while Toby Greene is a game-winner when he’s on song and will poll well in the wins over Geelong (four goals), Collingwood (three) and Richmond (five). This looks to be a battle between two - 2018 winner Tom Mitchell and the electric Chad Wingard. Elsewhere, it has been a ripping season for Shai Bolton and that sees him a good chance of coming in behind Martin. This will be much closer than last year, when Nat Fyfe won the Brownlow with 33 votes in an eight-win side while Michael Walters was next-best on 11. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Age: 30yr 5mth Games: 247 Born: April 7, 1990 Origin: Northern Knights. But his 2020 campaign wasn’t up to that standard, and Carlton wasn’t quite the one-man band it has been in recent years. Trent Cotchin is a solid supercoach prospect. Trent Cotchin is also likely to be not risked by Richmond at the slightest hint of a minor injury. ... Supercoach Price: $426,000 Supercoach Profile. He was well down on form this year, like the Hawks, but still finished a close second in the best-and-fairest behind Jack Gunston. You can generally rely on Trent Cotchin to not throw in a stinky score, or only minimal sub 60 scores. Supercoach Price: $432,900 Supercoach Profile. It was a rough year for the Kangaroos, but there were some individual highlights. Most votes on team: Matt Rowell $1.13, Touk Miller $6, Hugh Greenwood $7, Jarrod Witts $21. Age: 30yr 4mth Games: 243 Born: April 7, 1990 Origin: Northern Knights. Most have said for years Patrick Cripps will win a Brownlow as soon as the Blues are actually any good - given the midfielder polled 26 votes while playing in seven wins last year, and 20 votes from six wins in 2018. How he polls will be an indication of how much the umps rate the in-and-under type players. Hard to see anyone outdoing Lachie Neale, but Boak is the one to pick if it were to happen. Then came Round 5 against Geelong and his unfortunate season-ending shoulder injury. Won’t win it, but will lead vote-getters for the Tigers. Trent Cotchin of Richmond Tigers career AFL statistics. Grab your Finals Pass to start streaming >, When the Brownlow favourites will make their moves, One superstar to beat a whole team, weirdest winner picks, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Tim Kelly is the other Eagle fighting for top honours, but looks set to have a few standout games rather than a consistent run of vote-worthy performances throughout the year. And when there are so few potential polling games, it means one odd decision by the umpires will change the team leaderboard dramatically. Records. Not as big a name yet as the other leaders in this race, which could hurt him early, but he’s a chance for up to a handful of three-vote games. Some of the best fun for viewers and AFL players alike is seeing who polls best at each club — from the wooden spooners to the premiers. Shaun Higgins had some great games but did take a back seat at times to help the development of an emerging midfield brigade.