Lachie Whitfield - 19 matches, 1387 points @ 73
The number one draft pick wasn't a dominant SuperCoach scorer like Ollie Wines, Jaeger O'Meara or Tom Mitchell, but he ticked all the boxes as far as a first year player goes. Had three games over 100 (including a high of 141) and showed poise, class and good skills. Won't be long until he is a very good SuperCoach player.
Jeremy Cameron - 21 matches, 1526 points @ 73
For the Giants' fans, there isn't a lot worth remembering from 2013, but the performances of Jeremy Cameron are enough only to keep GWS supporters interested. To come so close to the Coleman medal in a team struggling for inside fifties and delivery, it was simply a remarkable effort.
Callan Ward - 21 matches, 2044 points @ 97
There weren't many to choose from for this category, but the captain and leading scorer Cal Ward deserves it. You'd be especially happy if you snaffled him with five weeks to go, as he returned an average of 111.4 over this period.
Toby Greene - 19 matches, 1390 points @ 73
Second year blues for Toby after such a fantastic debut 2012. He was used as a tagger towards the end of the season, but that will help him in the long run. Certainly a smoky for 2014 as his price will be way down.
Managed only three games late in the season in his comeback from his knee operation. With a strong pre-season he'll avoid the green vest next year and score like a #3 draft pick should.
The #2 pick from the latest draft managed only a solitary game in his debut year. Expect him to play a lot more next year.
Bugg would've expected a lot more from 2013 after a terrific 2012. He can become a top-level rebounder in his third season, like Trent McKenzie did this year.
1. Callan Ward - 2044 @ 97
2. Adam Treloar - 1741 @ 87
3. Jon Giles - 1649 @ 75
4. Dylan Shiel - 1586 @ 75
5. Tom Scully - 1544 @ 73
6. Tim Mohr - 1530 @ 70 (top backman)
7. Jeremy Cameron - 1526 @ 73 (top forward)