Hibs season player ratings: Who starred and who struggled during 2018-19?

From Thomas Agyepong to Steven Whittaker, Hibernian used a total of 37 players during the 2018-19 season. Mark Atkinson assesses how each of them fared.

Wednesday, 22nd May 2019, 2:56 pm
David Gray celebrates with Daryl Horgan. Pic: SNS

The Easter Road side utilised their squad to compete in four competitions during the campaign, including the early rounds of the Europa League.

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Showed flashes of quality when fit, but was unfortunately plagued by injuries while at club. 5
Bundles of effort when used sporadically by Neil Lennon but could never make tangible impression. 5
Superb first five months of season before move to Derby. Ability to break lines from defence has been missed. 7.5
Key man in dressing room. Game-time limited this season but always willing, especially when captain in first derby of season. 6
Made one appearance. Was unable to force his way into Hibs' midfield despite four months at club. 4
Some good performances during first part of season before suffering concussion. Return to team blocked by impressive Ofir Marciano. 6.5
Was having an excellent campaign until injury on international duty with Australia cruelly cut short season. 7.5
Loan spell hampered by injury and was unable to truly showcase his ability. 5
Captain led well when chips were down. Usual wholehearted displays at right-back. 7
Two sub appearances, but has played well at U-20 level and when on loan at Raith. n/a
Was missed when injured during winter. Ended season on a good note. 7
Huge impact with glory double against Hearts. End product improving all the time. 7.5
Glimpses of ability during loan spell but never impacted matches enough. 5
One appearance for January loanee, in which he was given a retrospective red card. Not seen since, partly due to injury. 4
Difficult season for joint top-scorer, not helped by managerial fall-outs and positional change. Never hid though and will look to hit ground running next term. 6.5
One appearance right at start of season. Loaned to Dundee Utd before release from Hibs earlier this week. n/a
Brilliant assists against Old Firm in December but then used sparingly. Promising signs though and will look to kick on next season. 5.5
Scored once against Aberdeen, got back injury and then fell out with manager Neil Lennon. Left in January but not given much of chance. 4.5
Plenty of goals and assists. Picked up POTY awards. Will be pleased with first season at club and even more scope to improve. 8
Numerous key saves - including penalties - and improved distribution. Recovered well from finger and calf injuries. 8
Barely used in early season before departing to Hamilton, where he has played well. n/a
Never let himself down in two appearances during short-term spell at the club, but couldn't earn longer deal. 4
Left club in August for Aston Villa, but scored key goal in European tie at Asteras. 6
Strong end to the season with typical aggressive style. Scored big equaliser at Ibrox. 7.5
Hit a purple patch during loan spell, but also missed key penalty in derby. Success, however, and keen to return. 7.5
Great beginning and end to Hibs tenure, but was slightly underwhelming in between. Versatility helped Hibs out. 6.5
Assist against Aberdeen displayed promise. Primed for more game-time next term. 5.5
Played 39 minutes against Runavik before leaving for Bidvest Wits in South Africa. n/a
Was at club for months, but only made three appearances, one of which was in horrific 3-0 defeat by Kilmarnock. 4
Classy midfielder who became fans' favourite due to all-action displays. One of best players towards end of term. 7.5
Cruelly cut down by knee injury just as he was imposing himself on first team with impressive performances. 7
Hard second season for promising striker. Some important goals but will look to hit upward trajectory next season. 6
More game-time than last season and had good winter. Will look to cement first-team spot in 2019/20. 6
Made one sub appearance - in derby at Tynecastle - during short spell at the club. n/a
Solid season from committed left-back, who shone particularly in a defensive sense. 7.5
A couple of sub appearances before joining St Johnstone last summer. n/a
Struggled for form before injury robbed him of months of season. Will hope for better next season. 5.5