Key forward Tom Hawkins has won the Carji Greeves Medal as Geelong's best and fairest player ahead of skipper Joel Selwood and Corey Enright.
Hawkins, who finished second in the Coleman Medal with 62 goals, secured the award with 1394 votes.
Selwood was second with 1388 votes, followed by Enright (1380 votes), Harry Taylor (1355) and James Kelly (1294).
Jimmy Bartel took sixth with 1282 votes, ahead of Steve Johnson (1252), Andrew Mackie (1250) and Mitch Duncan (1219).
Tom Lonergan rounded out the top 10 with 1213 votes.
Hawkins, who had never finished inside the top 10 since debuting in 2007, played 22 games and was the Cats' only representative in the All-Australian team this season.