"It's a real privilege to get the nomination in my first year, because I'm just trying to play as many games as I can and perform as well as I can to keep my spot," Petrevski-Seton said.
Carlton coach Brendon Bolton made no attempt to douse the hype about the classy indigenous midfielder at the weekend.
"We picked him (in round one) on the back of no JLT (series games), so that probably says what regard we hold him in," Bolton said.
"He's got a lot to learn about the way we play, but we just see the poise on the track all the time.
"He makes good decisions in pressure situations at training, so I'm not too surprised it's starting to come out in his game."