2022 saw the AFL uncover a host of stars, while some well-known names strengthened their place and pedigree thanks to stellar campaigns.
So, we've attempted to compile a list ranking the 10 players that improved the most this season.
This list takes a look at where these players were positioned at the conclusion of the 2021 season and how they rank 12 months on.
Note: Players are required to have featured in the AFL in 2021, meaning Geelong forward Tyson Stengle was not eligible for our list.
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10. Mason Redman
Hard-nosed Essendon defender Mason Redman was a shining light for the Bombers this year, offering plenty of tenacity and power out of his side's back third.
Redman was a consistent performer for Ben Rutten this year, averaging 21.2 disposals, 6.2 marks, 4.35 rebounds 50s and 1.9 intercept marks per game.
The fiery flanker would earn a top-four spot in Essendon's best and fairest count, with those inside the four walls at Tullamarine well aware of the ability the 25-year-old possesses.
A purple patch for Redman came between Rounds 14 and 20, where he recorded over 30 possessions in three matches as the Bombers began to find some success in a difficult year.
A free agent in 2023, the Bombers will be keen to lock away Redman's signature before it's too late.
Nick Daicos should be in the top 10 when we are talking about “improvement”, taking into consideration he was in the NAB League in 2021
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