Australian rules footballer who debuted in 2010 for the West Coast Eagles. He played two games before being de-listed at the end of the 2011 season. He became a financial consultant for Vystal property group.
AFL centre who made a name for himself as a member of the Richmond Tigers, becoming an AFL Rising Star nominee in his rookie season. In 2012 he was named to the AFL Players Association 22under22 team as one of the league's finest young players.
Australian rules footballer who played forward for Hawthorn and the 2008 Australian Dream Team. He later joined the Sydney Swans in 2014.
Australian rules football player known for his emergence with the Sydney Swans. He was made a starter for the first time in 2013 and delivered 22 goals while averaging 21 disposals and five marks per game. He scored 78 goals in his first 101 matches.
Australian rules footballer who's played for the Geelong Falcons and was the winner of the 2016 Brownlow Medal. He has also played in the All-Australian Team since 2012.
Australian rules footballer who played for Carlton from 2005 to 2013 and signed with Adelaide in 2014. He was named to his first Indigenous All-Stars team in 2007.
Renowned Australian rules footballer widely regarded as one of the best of his generation. He has won numerous awards as a member of Geelong and Gold Coast, including AFLPA MVP and the Brownlow Medal.
Australian Rules Football midfielder who made his professional debut in 2010 for Fremantle. In 2017, he was announced as Fremantle's captain.
Australian rules football midfielder who made his pro debut for the AFL's Collingwood in 2006, his international debut for Australia in 2008 and became a multiple-time All-Australian selection.
Australian rules footballer considered one of the best midfielders of his era. He debuted for Collingwood in 2003 and internationally for Australia in 2010.
Australian rules football star who was named to multiple All-Australia teams during his career. He announced his retirement in 2015. Since his retirement, he has become an outspoken advocate against racism.
Australian rules football midfielder known for his speed who made his AFL debut in 2008 for Geelong and was selected to his first All-Australian team the following year.
Australian rules footballer who made his AFL debut for Port Adelaide in 2012 and was nominated for the AFL Rising Star award that same year.
Australian rules footballer who began his remarkable AFL career with Hawthorn in 2002. He has won AFL Premierships with the team in 2008, 2013 and 2014. He was suspended in 2017 for missing training.
Australian rules football midfielder who made his professional debut for Essendon in 2011 and was named the AFLCA Best Young Player in 2012.
Australian rules football player who has been a member of the Carlton Football Club. He was drafted with the 53rd selection in the 2015 AFL draft.
Former Australian rules football forward who played for Richmond from 1993-2009 and led the club in goalkicking for 13 seasons. He was a 3-time All-Australian Team selection and was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.
Australian rules footballer won the 2012 Brownlow medal as the AFL's best player - and then endangered it by testing positive for a banned substance.
Australian rules football forward who is famous for his career in the AFL. He signed with the Richmond Tigers in 2016, and would later earn the 2017 Goal of the Year award as a prominent contributor to the club.