AFL– Top 8 Team (Season 2022)- Who Wins?
B: Tom Stewart (Geelong), Steven May (Melbourne), Brayden Maynard (Collingwood)
HB: Nick Daicos (Collingwood, co-captain), Jeremy Howe (Collingwood), Daniel Rioli (Richmond)
C: Hugh McCluggage (Brisbane), Clayton Oliver (Melbourne), Angus Brayshaw (Melbourne)
HF: Christian Petracca (Melbourne), Jeremy Cameron (Geelong), Shai Bolton (Richmond)
FF: Charlie Cameron (Brisbane), Tom Hawkins (co-captain), Tom J. Lynch (Richmond)
Foll: Max Gawn (Melbourne), Lachie Neale (Brisbane), Jack Crisp (Collingwood)
Int: Mark Blicavs (Geeelong), Callum Mills (Sydney), Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs), Andrew Brayshaw (Fremantle)
Coach- Craig McRae (Collingwood)
AFL– Top 8 Team (Season 2022)- Team by Team:
Brisbane Lions: Charlie Cameron, Hugh McCluggage, Lachie Neale (3)
Collingwood Magpies: Jack Crisp, Nick Daicos (co-captain), Jeremy Howe, Brayden Maynard (4)
Fremantle Dockers: Andrew Brayshaw (1)
Geelong Cats: Mark Blicavs, Jeremy Cameron, Tom Hawkins (co-captain), Tom Stewart (4)
Melbourne Demons: Angus Brayshaw, Max Gawn, Steven May, Clayton Oliver, Christian Petracca (5)
Richmond Tigers: Shai Bolton, Tom J. Lynch, Daniel Rioli (3)
Sydney Swans: Callum Mills (1)
Western Bulldogs: Marcus Bontempelli (1)
Tom Stewart was outstanding for the Cats and was rewarded with AFL All-Australian selection.
Steven May of the Demons had a brilliant Season in 2022, which was vindicated by being named at fullback in the AFL All-Australian team.
Brayden Maynard had a fantastic Season for the Magpies and was named in the back pocket of the AFL All- Australian team.
Nick Daicos may have been in his first Season of AFL footy, but he had the equal most Brownlow Medal votes for the Magpies with Jack Crisp, as they finished with 11 votes. Nick Daicos was a revelation in his first AFL Season.
Jeremy Howe had a great Season for the Magpies as he averaged 6.96 intercepts per game.
Daniel Rioli was a revelation for the Tigers in Season 2022 with an average of 20.48 disposals per game. He was named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44.
Hugh McCluggage was outstanding for the Lions. He was named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44.
Clayton Oliver of the Demons did well in the Brownlow Medal and was named in the midfield of the AFL-All Australian team.
Angus Brayshaw performed well for the Demons, playing various roles for the Demons.
Christian Petracca of the Demons is capable of playing in the midfield and up forward.
Jeremy Cameron polled the most Brownlow Medal votes of any Cats player with 19 votes, which is remarkable for a key forward.
Shai Bolton from the Tigers was named in the AFL All-Australian team for Season 2022.
Charlie Cameron of the Lions was outstanding for them in Season 2022 and was named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44.
Tom Hawkins from the Cats leads by example and has the capability to pinch hit in the ruck.
Tom J. Lynch was named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44. He featured in 19 of the Tigers 23 games with the highest average goals of any player in the AFL with an average of 3.32 goals per game.
Max Gawn of the Demons was named in the ruck for the AFL All-Australian team in Season 2022.
Lachie Neale from the Lions nearly won the Brownlow Medal in Season 2022.
Jack Crisp was outstanding for the Magpies and was rewarded by being named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44 in Season 2022.
Mark Blicavs is a utility capable of playing a number of roles. He is one of the Cats most important players and was rewarded by being selected in the AFL All-Australian team.
Callum Mills from the Swans had a great Season as he was a part of the AFL-All Australian team.
Marcus Bontempelli from the Bulldogs helped them get into the top eight.
Andrew Brayshaw from the Dockers was named on the interchange bench in the AFL All-Australian team.