The Gold Coast SUNS have had seven players poll AFL Coaches Association votes from the Round 2 victory over North Melbourne.
Noah Anderson, who was this week voted the Austworld Player of the Round by the fans, also earnt his plaudits from the coaches, receiving a perfect 10 votes.
It was a career-best game from Anderson who amassed 35 disposals, nine marks and a game-high seven clearances.
Vice-captain Touk Miller was judged next best with seven votes for his 31 disposals, five marks and eight tackles.
Brandon Ellis gained 572 metres from his 33 disposals and was rewarded with six votes.
Jack Lukosius found plenty of the football up the ground and had 21 disposals, eight marks and a goal to be rewarded with three votes.
Co-captain Jarrod Witts won the ruck battle against the experienced Todd Goldstein and also was busy around the ground with 19 disposals which saw him poll two votes.
Ben King and Izak Rankine kicked three goals apiece from the forward line, with both earning one vote for their efforts.
After two rounds, Dustin Martin leads the count with 19 votes, while Anderson is sitting in equal-eighth position on 10.
The AFL Coaches Association’s AFL Champion Player Award is an award voted by the 18 coaching panels on a 5,4,3,2,1 basis after each home and away game, acknowledging outstanding effort by an individual player in a season.
Round 2 votes: GCFC v NM
10 - Noah Anderson (GCFC)
7 - Touk Miller (GCFC)
6 - Brandon Ellis (GCFC)
3 - Jack Lukosius (GCFC)
2 - Jarrod Witts (GCFC)
1 - Ben King (GCFC)
1 - Izak Rankine (GCFC)