Rookie Rankings leader Harley Reid has only extended the gap over the rest of his class thanks to a sensational Round 10 performance, while a Lions recruit has broken into our top six for the first time this year.

Our rankings have seen some change in the middle of the pack, with a young Saint jumping two places into second.

The likes of Calsher Dear, Zane Duursma and Kane McAuliffe have earned honourable mentions for their efforts over the weekend as well.

Selection Criteria: For our Rookie Rankings, we are ONLY 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 before the 2024 season will not be considered. I.e. Rising Star eligible players such as George Wardlaw, Angus Sheldrick and Sam Darcy are ineligible, having already played an AFL match before Round 1, 2024. 

Honourable Mentions:
Calsher Dear
Zane Duursma
Kane McAuliffe


6. Bruce Reville (NEW)

A surprising name on this list, with Reville a quick riser to secure a spot in our Rookie Rankings after three games.

The Lions utility has been a consistent performer across his trio of appearances, averaging 13.3 disposals, five marks and 3.7 intercept possessions while using the ball at 80% efficiency.

Reville comes ahead of the Lachie Sullivan, Harvey Gallagher, Mykelti Lefau and Calsher Dear to secure the sixth spot in our Rankings after Round 10.

He'll need to continue his impressive start to his AFL career this week to hold his spot - which was previously Sun Wil Graham's - this weekend when the Lions head to Victoria to face the Hawks.