In just four seasons of footy, Clayton Oliver has developed into a star of the competition.
The Demon midfielder hunts the ball, racking up the most contested possessions in the league in 2019 and had the second most handballs during the home and away season.
It was another dominant year for Oliver who won his second Keith ‘Bluey’ Truscott Memorial Trophy, averaging 30 disposals in his 22 games.
As expected, Oliver was named in the 22Under22 side for the third time last season, as he is widely recognised as one of the best young talents in the league.
After missing the majority of last year’s pre-season due to a double shoulder operation, Oliver will be looking to hit the track early and be primed for another big campaign in 2020.