COLLINGWOOD midfielder Adam Treloar, West Coast forward Jack Darling and Hawthorn defender James Siciliy are on track to be the biggest names missing from the fans' Virgin Australia AFL All Australian team.
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With only hours left before voting closes at 7pm AEST tonight, the trio are among the 18 players from the initial 40-man squad who are on the outside looking in.
Treloar led the competition in disposals this season, but hasn't been able to force his way into a spot in a star-studded on-ball unit.
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Adam Treloar has led the League in disposals this season.
Darling is also set to be overlooked as the seventh-highest vote getter among forwards, however he's within striking distance of Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield for the last remaining position in the forward line.
It's a similar situation for Sicily, who has a Cat standing in his way with Tom Stewart narrowly in front for the final position in the backline.
As expected, Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy has a comfortable advantage over Melbourne's Max Gawn, but the Demons big man has enough votes at this stage to get himself on the bench.
Harris Andrews (Brisbane) and Dylan Grimes (Richmond) appear to be locks for the key position posts in the backline.
And if the fans are right, there will be a ninth All Australian jumper coming the way of Geelong great Gary Ablett.