Your 2020 MVPs so far...
Round 1, Shaun Burgoyne
Hawthorn 14.6 (90) to Brisbane 9.8 (62)
Despite being the oldest man on the field by some margin, 37-year-old Shaun Burgoyne proved the difference as the Hawks were able to post a win in their season-opening clash.
Playing a new role for the side as a permanent forward, Burgoyne booted three goals as well as collecting 12 possessions and laying five tackles.
Round 2, Sam Frost
Geelong 17.6 (108) to Hawthorn 7.5 (47)
Having to defend an enormous 54 forward 50 entries by the Cats, Frost never gave up.
Helping to keep the Cats key forward pair of Tom Hawkins and Esava Ratugolea goalless on the night, Frost’s defensive work was also complemented by a notable offensive influence as well.
The 26-year-old led all comers with a trio of game-high numbers: rebound 50s (six), marks (nine) and contested marks (three).
Round 3, Isaac Smith
Richmond 5.9 (39) to Hawthorn 11.5 (71)
Isaac Smith was integral to the Hawks' fast start, exploding out of the blocks to record 21 disposals in the opening half.
The three-time premiership player set the tone for the Hawks, finishing the night with 29 touches and an all-important goal.
No player on the ground matched Smith's 21 uncontested possessions as the opposition's wingman simply couldn't keep up with his helter-skelter running.
Round 4, Chad Wingard
Hawthorn (8.10 (58) to North Melbourne 8.6 (54)
In a tight, low-scoring affair, Chad Wingard was the only player on the ground to finish with multiple goals, with his three majors seeing him move to equal-third on the Coleman Medal tally.
The 26-year-old's 18 disposals on the night included a game-high seven score involvements as well as four inside 50s.
The performance also earned the midfielder-forward a perfect 10 votes from the coaches, sitting fourth on the overall leaderboard after four rounds.
Round 5, Jack Gunston
Hawthorn 8.10 (58) to North Melbourne 8.6 (54)
In what was a difficult night to be playing in the Hawthorn forward line, Jack Gunston stood tall against GWS to put in his best performance of the season to date.
Gunston led the way for the Hawks with team-highs of three goals and five score involvements as well as a game-high six tackles.
Round 6, James Sicily
Collingwood 8.11 (59) to Hawthorn 3.9 (27)
On what was a difficult night for the Hawks backline against Collingwood on Friday night, James Sicily could hold his head high.
As the Hawks defenders were peppered by 47 Collingwood forward 50 entries throughout the night, Sicily maintained his cool, notching up 28 possessions and a game-high 14 marks.
Round 7, Will Day
Hawthorn 7.6 (48) to Melbourne 14.7 (91)
On what was ultimately another challenging night for the Hawks, Will Day provided a reason for Hawks fans to remain optimistic.
In just the second game of his career, Day showed a level of composure well beyond his years.
The 19-year-old collected 19 possessions and eight marks as well as recording 332 metres gained for the Hawks, the third-most of any teammate.
Round 8, James Sicily
Sydney 9.6 (60) to Hawthorn 7.11 (53)
Your Round 8 MVP is James Sicily.
Round 9, Tom Mitchell
Carlton 9.4 (58) to Hawthorn 7.11 (53)
With his side desperate to make a return to the winners' list on Friday night, Mitchell delivered his best performance of the season.
The renowned ball-getter was a dominant force in the game, registering game-high marks for disposals (28), kicks (16), tackles (eight), inside 50s (five) and metres gained (459).
Round 11, James Sicily
Fremantle 7.6 (48) to Hawthorn 4.8 (38)
In what were tough conditions on a grim Monday night for the Hawks, Sicily stood tall for his side.
Gathering 14 touches and five marks, the 25-year-old continued a rich vein of form.