Richmond star Dustin Martin has won the AFL Coaches' Association Player of the Year for 2017.

Martin finished the season on a record 122 votes, four votes ahead of Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield.

Adelaide midfielder Rory Sloane finished third on 78 votes.

Martin, the red hot favourite for this year's Brownlow Medal, played every game for the Tigers in the home and away season, averaging 30.3 disposals, 3.6 centre clearances, 6.2 inside 50s and booted 32 goals.

Meanwhile, Melbourne's Clayton Oliver has been named as the AFLCA's best young player, ahead of Geelong's Sam Menagola and Demon Christian Petracca.

2017 AFLCA Player of the Year final leader board
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond) 122
2. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) 118
3. Rory Sloane (Adelaide) 78
4. Zach Merrett (Essendon) 77
5. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) 76
6. Josh Kelly (Greater Western Sydney) 75
7. Clayton Oliver (Melbourne) 71
8. Matt Crouch (Adelaide) 68
8. Seb Ross (St Kilda) 68
8. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane Lions) 68