A stellar season from the 24-year-old sees him averaging more than 30 disposals a game for the first time in his seven-year career.
Hannebery led the competition for disposals so far in 2015, re-establishing himself as one of the hardest workers in the game with the combination of inside and outside play.
He collected 37 disposals, 18 contested possessions, 13 inside 50s and 10 tackles in the loss to the Western Bulldogs in tough conditions in Round 5, highlighting a career-best season for the premiership Swan.
Following on from his best and fairest winning season in 2014, Parker has spent more time in the midfield this season while still having an impact on the scoreboard.
Averaging 25 disposals, 12 contested possessions, five tackles, and five clearances per game before a leg injury curtailed his 2015, the 22-year-old is a fierce competitor who works as hard defensively as he does in attack.
31 disposals, five tackles, six inside 50s and five goals in Round 7 was a highlight for the talented young gun.
Arguably the best contested-ball player in the competition, Kennedy has been at his ball-winning best in 2015, ranking second in the competition behind teammate Dan Hannebery.
The strong-bodied midfielder does his best work in the clinches, feeding the ball to runners on the outside where, for the fourth consecutive season, he’s averaging 16 contested possessions per game.
The 27-year-old is averaging 29 disposals, eight clearances and six tackles in one of his best seasons to date.
The Most Valuable Player of 2015 will be crowned at the AFL Players’ MVP Awards on Tuesday, September 15. The event will be broadcast live on Fox Footy.
Which three Eagles will be nominated for the AFL Players’ MVP Award? Find out at aflplayers.com.au on Thursday.