Can Matt Priddis make it back-to-back Brownlow Medals? Or will another contender like Patrick Dangerfield challenge the mercurial West Coast midfielder?
Robbie Gray - Port Adelaide
Robbie Gray is an Integral part of Port Adelaide forward line. Kicked 25 goals, was second in most handballs and disposals for the Power.
Josh Kennedy - Sydney Swans
Josh Kennedy seems to be the master of getting Brownlow Medal votes, but not enough to win. Over the last three years he has polled 54 votes from 64 games. Statistically, Kennedy leads the Swans in most handballs, disposals and tackles.
Travis Boak - Port Adelaide
Travis Boak made his debut way back in 2007 and is now a genuine star of the competition. Led the Power in handballs and disposals for the season.
Dan Hannebery - Sydney Swans
Dan Hannebery has had a great season for the Swans, scoring 15 goals and lead Sydney with the most number of kicks and leading the league in total disposals (666).
Patrick Dangerfield - Adelaide Crows
Statistics don't lie when it comes to Patrick Dangerfield. Dangerfield features in the top two players for the club in kicks, handballs, disposals and tackles.
Matt Priddis - West Coast
Priddis caused quite the surprise when he was announced as the 2014 Brownlow Medal winner. However, he has been has been Mr. Consistent all year for West Coast and will poll well again.
Todd Goldstein - North Melbourne
Goldstein has been the AFL’s most dominant ruckman, leading the league in hit-outs and named in the All-Australian team. He will feature in the business end of the polling.
David Mundy - Fremantle Dockers
David Mundy is a seasoned footballer who has a great chance to upstage his more fancied team mate Nathan Fyfe. Nathan didn't feature much in the concluding end to the season, which gives Mundy a decent chance for Brownlow glory.
Sam Mitchell - Hawthorn
Sam Mitchell has polled quite well over the years for the Brownlow. He is the general of the Hawthorn midfield and has finished runner up in the Brownlow Medal in 2011 and 2012.
Nat Fyfe - Fremantle
Nat Fyfe has been one of the most complete midfielders in the AFL since 2011. The only thing working against the talented ball-magnet of winning the Brownlow is that he only played 5 of the last 9 matches.
Matt Priddis won the 2014 Brownlow, who will win it this year? We take a look at the main chances.