Richmond midfielder Trent Cotchin has capped off a stellar season with his first Jack Dyer Medal at the Tigers' best and fairest awards on Tuesday night.
Cotchin polled 236 votes to finish well clear of two-time winner Brett Deledio (203) with fellow young gun Dustin Martin a further five votes back in third.
Former Bomber Bachar Houli (181) and emerging forward Ty Vickery (161) rounded out the top five.
At just 21, Cotchin is the same age as Deledio was when he won his first Jack Dyer Medal in 2008, making him one of the youngest winners in club history.
The former No.2 draft pick played all 22 games this year and averaged just over 24 touches per game with a career-high 38 against Geelong in Round 18 one of his many highlights.
He ranked No.1 in clearances at the club and forward 50 entries, while he also went forward to boot 18 goals.
In other awards, Jack Riewoldt won the Michael Roach Leading Goalkicker Award for his 62 majors, while Reece Conca was named the Best First Year Player.
The other two went to Alex Rance, who took home the Most Improved and the Francis Bourke Award for most courageous.
2011 Jack Dyer Medal Top 10
Trent Cotchin 236
Brett Deledio 203
Dustin Martin 198
Bachar Houli 181
Ty Vickery 161
Alex Rance 159
Robin Nahas 159
Nathan Foley 150
Jack Riewoldt 149
Shaun Grigg 137