HOBART, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Max Gawn of the Demons in action during the AFL 2018 JLT Community Series match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Melbourne Demons at Kingborough Oval on February 24, 2018 in Hobart, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Only two players are in more than half of all SuperCoach teams so far this season, with Melbourne ruckman Max Gawn and Fremantle midfielder Nat Fyfe the two standout selections with a week to go before the home-and-away season.

Gawn is clearly underpriced after an injury-hit 2017 campaign, and is almost everybody’s first choice ruckman, given he features in 56% of all sides.

Fyfe is under the magical $600k mark which should be enough motivation in itself to select him, and 50% of coaches have, with Fyfe tipped to be one of the game’s best scorers.

Adelaide defender Tom Doedee has leapt into third on the list and is currently in 46% of sides selected, and is the only rookie in the top five most popular selections.

Brownlow Medallist, Norm Smith Medallist and premiership hero Dustin Martin comes in at number four, while Rory Laird is the most popular defender at number five.

Four Demons are in the top 20, while Geelong are only represented by Tim Kelly, after Patrick Dangerfield fell out of the top 20 and is now 22nd after his hamstring injury.

Top 20 most popular SuperCoach selections

1. Max Gawn (Melbourne) $503,700, RUC – 58%

2. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle) $597,900, MID – 50%

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3. Tom Doedee (Adelaide) $123,900, DEF – 46%

4. Dustin Martin (Richmond) $656,000, MID – 46%

5. Rory Laird (Adelaide) $550,800, DEF – 44%

6. Tim Kelly (Geelong) $117,300, MID – 42%

7. Sam Murray (Collingwood) $123,900, DEF – 39%

8. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) $653,500, MID – 38%

9. Isaac Heeney (Sydney) $536,300, MID/FWD – 34%

10. Dom Barry (Port Adelaide) $117,300, MID – 33%

11. Andrew Brayshaw (Fremantle) $198,200, MID – 31%

12. Nick Holman (Gold Coast) $102,400, MID – 31%

13. Bayley Fritsch (Melbourne) $117,300, FWD – 31%

14. Darcy Cameron (Sydney) $123,900, RUC – 30%

15. Liam Ryan (West Coast) $117,300, FWD – 29%

16. Cameron Rayner (Brisbane) $202,800, MID – 29%

17. Luke Davies-Uniacke (North Melbourne) $189,300, MID – 28%

18. Jarrod Garlett (Carlton) $117,300 FWD/MID – 27%

19. Christian Petracca (Melbourne) $433,300, FWD – 27%

20. Michael Hibberd (Melbourne) $545,200, DEF – 26%