The accolade capped a stellar season for the playmaker he received the Courier Mail Best and Fairest Award and also finished as leading points scorer in the Intrust Super Cup.
That success came despite missing the first eight weeks of football due to a well-documented shoulder reconstruction.
The 23-year-old will now join the Melbourne Storm on a one-year deal ahead of preseason in November.
Following his point-scoring feats in the FOGS Colts competition, speedy back Brandon Downey picked up the Best Back and Players' Player awards, with captain Tom Ingersole nominated as Best and Fairest.
FOGS Cup hooker McKanah Gibson was another to pick up two awards.
The inaugural Len Conroy Medal named after the Tigers late life member was presented to Cyril Connell Cup representative Ryan Cameron.
INTRUST SUPER CUP
Most Serviceable Player:: Grant Giess
Best Back: Shane Neumann
Best Forward: Tom Butterfield
Patrons Trophy - Best & Fairest: Cody Walker
McGrath Family Award - Players Player: Mitchell Garbutt
Most Serviceable Player: Brad McKee
Best Back: Jacob Paul
Best Forward: Luke Lavelle
Best & Fairest: McKanah Gibson
Eddie Wyllie Trophy - Players Player: McKanah Gibson
Most Serviceable Player: Billy Walters
Best Back: Brandon Downey
Best Forward: Kurt Hatfield
Best & Fairest: Tom Ingersole
Terry Creedy Memorial Award - Players Player: Brandon Downey
Past Players & Officials Association Awards
Most Consistent Forward: Steve Thorpe
Most Consistent Back: Eddie Tautali
Len Conroy - Junior Representative Player: Ryan Cameron
Tamaz Heugh Trophy Under 18 Mal Meninga Cup Players Player: Alex Barr
Cook Family Trophy Encouragement Award: Jack Joass
Loth Medal: Matt Zgrajewski
Club Person of the Year: Keith Taske