We're nearing the halfway mark of the season and our Rookie Rankings continue to shift at the top.
The Round 10 results have seen another change in pole position, while a young Saint has broken into the top six for the first time this season, taking the placing of an injured Docker.
A young Tiger has further risen in our rankings, while a Bomber had arguably his worst performance of the season.
Criteria: For our Rookie Rankings, we are selecting players who have made their debut this season. Other players who may still be eligible for a Rising Star nomination but have already made their debut prior to the 2022 season will not be considered.
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Round 10 Honourable Mentions
A tough night for the Bombers, but their young draftee stood tall on several occasions to be their only multiple goalkicker.
A strong performance for the young Crow, playing forward and linking up in multiple avenues to goal.
A memorable first win in the brown and gold for Butler, booting two goals as the Hawks claimed the upset of the weekend with a win over Brisbane in Tasmania.
6. Marcus Windhager (NEW)
Windhager makes his maiden appearance in our Rookie Rankings in place of Docker Nathan O'Drsicoll, who's sideline for the coming month with a foot injury and has now missed the past two rounds.
Following on from an impressive medical sub stint last week against Geelong, the St Kilda youngster was handed a starting gig against the Crows and once again didn't look out of place in the top flight.
Ended his night with 15 touches, four score involvements and three clearances. It's not a stat line to write home about, but consecutive strong outings have landed Windhager a few runs on the board.