After a career-best year, Gold Coast SUNS vice-captain Touk Miller has been rewarded with selection in the 2021 Therabody All-Australian Team.

Having gone to another level in season 2021, Miller is now considered one of the elite inside midfielders in the game, culminating in his maiden selection as an All-Australian.

The 25-year-old averaged 31.8 disposals ranking him fifth in the competition, he also averaged 7.1 tackles ranking him fourth overall.

In both of those categories Miller is ranked elite and his AFL Rating Points have him as the 13th best player in the competition.

His leadership this season has also been a standout, with the 25-year-old acting as stand-in captain in the absence of David Swallow and Jarrod Witts.

His best performance came in Round 18 against the Western Bulldogs where he amassed a season’s best 38 disposals to go along with seven tackles and 17 contested possessions.

This performance came in a record-breaking run of 16 consecutive games of 30 disposals or more, the first player in AFL history to do so.

Miller has led by example with his consistency in 2021 and will look to pick up where he left off in 2022.