AFL Players to Watch 2020
2020 AFL Players To Watch
This page is dedicated to some of the key Aussie Rules players to keep a keen eye on this 2020 AFL Premiership season. Who are the star young recruits tipped to make a big impact on their AFL club this year? What greats of the game will dominate the AFL statistics again with a Brownlow Medal to be won?
See below for all the AFL footy facts and stats on some of the likely 2020 standouts and then head over for all the top odds in our 2020 AFL Season Pricing markets.
Dustin Martin is a key Tigers AFL Player. Photo: AFL.
- AFL Team: Richmond Tigers
- DOB: 26/06/1991
- Height: 187cm
- Weight: 92kg
- Position/s: Midfielder / Forward
- Debut: 2010
There is not a lot that the Richmond superstar has not achieved. He now has two premiership medals. In both AFL Grand Finals he was adjudged the best player on the field and awarded the Norm Smith Medal.
He is a Brownlow Medalist, A Leigh Matthews Trophy winner, a three-time All Australian and AFLPA Champion Player of the Year recipient. He is the best player in the AFL and he is set to steer his Tigers to another premiership in 2020.
Lions Player Lachie Neale. Photo: AFL.
- AFL Team: Brisbane Lions
- DOB: 24/05/1993
- Height: 178cm
- Weight: 85kg
- Position/s: Midfielder
- Debut: 2012
Star midfielder Lachie Neale made the move to Queensland and the Brisbane Lions for the start of the 2019 season and made an immediate impact. He was the catalyst for the move up the ladder for the Lions and he won the Merret-Murray Medal in his debut season in the maroon, blue and gold. He led the competition in contested possessions and was awarded All-Australian honours.
Jeremy Cameron plays in the 2020 AFL season for GWS. Photo: AFL.
- AFL Team: GWS Giants
- DOB: 01/04/1993
- Height: 196cm
- Weight: 96kg
- Position/s: Forward
- Debut: 2012
Jeremy Cameron is a huge part of the reason that GWS was so successful last year. He has topped the goalkicking at the Giants since their inception into the AFL in 2012 and he won his first Coleman Medal in 2019 by kicking the most goals in the entire AFL. If the Giants are to win a maiden AFL flag, Jeremy Cameron will need to replicate the feats of last year.