examines the favourites for the 2015 Doig Medal.
The talented ball-user had arguably his best season.
No Fremantle player lights up the Freo faithful quite like Hill, with his daring run and lethal left-foot.

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He set a personal best for disposals and marks in 2015.
His record year was recognised with an inclusion in the 40-man Virgin Australia AFL All Australian Squad.

Hill remains one of Fremantle’s most influential players and a match winner.
A season highlight was two stunning goals against Geelong in round two.

Doig Medal preview: Nat Fyfe

His first was a classy snap that finished off a frantic piece of play in the first quarter.
The second was a trademark running goal from outside 50m on his raking left foot in the second quarter that kept Freo on top in a hotly fought contest.
Hill finished with a valuable 17 goals for the year.