Josh Kennedy, Lance Franklin and Luke Parker have been nominated for the 2017 AFL Players Association Most Valuable Player Award.
On the back of an All Australian selection - his 3rd since moving to Sydney - and another Coleman medal, Franklin headlines the Swans' contingent to be voted most influential by their teammates.
The trio are among 54 players from across the league who are inline for the prestigious award, the winner to be announced on Tuesday evening.
The award has been one by the Swans just once in its history when Gerrard Healy took out the honour following his standout 1998 season.
Nominations for the award are a two-step process, with each team nominating three teammates in the first stage, then the wider playing group across the competition voting on the nominations in the second stage.
Players cannot vote for their own teammates during the second stage.
Fresh from his round 23 AFL Rising Star nomination, Will Hayward has been voted the Best First Year Player at the club, while Mills has been nominated for the Most Courageous award, previously won by Luke Parker in 2015 and 2016.
Captain Josh Kennedy is among the contenders for the 2017 Best Captain to be announced on the night, after an outstanding first season as captain for the club.
MVP Nominees: Luke Parker, Lance Franklin and Josh Kennedy
Most Courageous: Callum Mills
Best First Year Player: Will Hayward
Best Captain: Josh Kennedy
The winners will be announced at the AFL Players’ MVP Awards on Tuesday 12th September at Peninsula in Docklands.
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