Every side has its stars, and with 22 players fielded out every game, not everyone gets the recognition they deserve.

We look at every team and determine who is underrated. Here are is the second batch of players in part two as we look at the players that have an impact that isn't necessarily marked down statistically.

Every AFL club’s most underrated player: Part I

2. Melbourne

Alex Neal-Bullen

The reigning premiers have a team full of stars, and with that, the focus will always be on them. However, the side does have some very good names who just don't get the recognition. One of them being Alex Neal-Bullen.

Generally a forward, the 26-year-old had some elite numbers last season, with 16.3 disposals and 4.4 tackles. His goalkicking is arguably his weakness, with a 0.6 average last year, continuing a career average of 0.8, but his numbers and influence go far behind goal tallies.

The rest of his game is underrated, and with a new role in the midfield, as seen in Melbourne's pre-season game against Carlton, the Demons' may have a new feature in the centre.

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