Three votes, L. Neale, Brisbane.
Expect to hear AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan repeat those words on a regular basis during Sunday's unique Brownlow Medal broadcast.
The ball-winning midfielder is red-hot favourite to take home 'Charlie' after averaging 27 disposals in shortened game time in 2020.
Neale has been a household name in footy circles for a number of years.
He was a two-time Doig Medal winner during his seven-year stint at Fremantle before moving to Brisbane in 2019 and elevating his game to another level.
He added a third club best and fairest - claiming the Lions' Merrett-Murray Medal in his first year - and has earned back-to-back All-Australian selections.
It's easy to forget the determined 177-centimetre midfielder from country South Australia arrived in the AFL via pick 58 in 2011.
That's right, pick 58.
There will be some new names atop the leaderboard. Expect Melbourne bull Christian Petracca and former tagger-turned-All Australian Jack Steele, who helped St Kilda make finals, to feature.
Port Adelaide veteran Travis Boak was dominant in a strong team too.
Familiar names, such as Fyfe and Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield, are prolific voters and will get their fair share.
Be prepared, as is custom, for midfielders to dominate the votes.
And one in particular - L.Neale.
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