After an outstanding individual season, Gold Coast SUNS vice-captain Touk Miller has been selected in the 2021 40-person Therabody All-Australian squad.

Miller has had career-best numbers this season and on the weekend broke the record for the most consecutive games with 30+ disposals (16).

The 25-year-old has missed just one game this season and has been the SUNS’ most consistent performer this year.

He finished the season averaging 31.8 disposals, 7.1 tackles, 5.7 clearances and 4.5 marks per game.

According to the AFL Rating Points, Miller is ranked the 13th best player in the entire competition.

The Therabody All-Australian squad of 40 was selected by a panel including Gillon McLachlan (chair), Kevin Bartlett, Jude Boldton, Steve Hocking, Glen Jakovich, Chris Johnson, Cameron Ling, Matthew Richardson, Nick Riewoldt, Warren Tredrea.

The final team of 22 will be selected as part of the AFL Awards on Thursday August 26 and will be broadcast live on Fox Footy from 8:30pm.