Max King has snared a perfect 10 coaches' votes off the back of his match-winning haul against Adelaide on Saturday night.

Everything King clunked resulted in a major score, with all six of his marks taken inside-50 for an equal career-best six majors.

It's the second time the 21-year-old has registered a 10-vote game following his memorable outing against West Coast in Round 19, 2021 which similarly yielded a six-goal return.

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Defender Callum Wilkie polled seven votes for his dominant outing in the defensive end, while Bradley Hill earned six in his 200th game.

Crows Brodie Smith (three), Jordan Dawson (three) and Jake Soligo (one) rounded out the polling for Round 10.

Small forward Jack Higgins (27) remains on top of St Kilda's leading vote-getters for this season, despite missing Saturday's game with concussion.

AFL Coaches' Association Champion Player of the Year | Round 10 votes

10 - Max King
7 - Callum Wilkie
6 - Bradley Hill
3 - Brodie Smith
2 - Jordan Dawson
1 - Jake Soligo