Having arguably a career-best season, Dangerfield’s see-ball-get-ball attitude has been one of the highlights of 2015.
Averaging 26 disposals per game, the 25-year-old has continually proven himself as one of the competition’s best baller-winners, ranking fifth in the competition for contested possessions.
Highlighted by his outrageous 29 contested possessions while opposed to Nat Fyfe in Round 9, Dangerfield often finishes games a little worse for wear due to his raging-bull approach.
If there’s one man who can kick a goal from anywhere, it’s Eddie Betts.
The Adelaide goal-sneak has managed the best season of his 11-year career in 2015, kicking a career-high 52 goals to sit third on the Coleman Medal table after Round 21.
As the Crows surge towards a finals berth in two weeks’ time, Betts has led the way on the scoreboard with the uncanny knack of slotting majors – either by set shot or on the run – from deep in the pocket.
Arguably the most improved player in the competition, Laird has gone from cementing his place in Adelaide’s 22 in 2014 to being on the cusp of All-Australian selection at season’s end.
The 21-year-old has averaged 24 disposals in 2015, but it’s his competitiveness and team-first attitude that’s won pundits over.
Rarely lowering his colours, Laird will be one of the club’s most important players if the Crows are to feature in September.
Who are Carlton’s three Most Valuable Players? Find out who the players chose on aflplayers.com.au on Thursday, August 27.