The consistent form of a Crows backman and St Kilda livewire has seen them jump into third and fourth spot respectively, while a new Hawk was the sole honourable mention from the weekend.
Our Rookie Rankings will expand to seven players from Round 6, opening up a chance for a new face to land in our order new week.
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 2023 season will not be considered.
6. Reuben Ginbey (-3)
Sunday's outing against the Cats was a difficult one for the young Eagle, who suffered eye and ankle injuries to eventually be subbed out of the contest.
Prior to having his afternoon end early, Ginbey was a solid contributor for West Coast but at times struggled to compete with the more seasoned Cats in carrying a heavy workload in midfield.
Ginbey showed plenty of poise to kick his first AFL goal on the run, a deserving major for the hard-nosed Eagle who has battled over the past fortnight.