Deledio is one of just 11 players in the competition averaging more than 20 disposals and a goal a game (minimum of five games played).
The 29-year-old veteran of 240 games with the Tigers has an average of 22.9 disposals and 1.1 goals in eight appearances this season, following his delayed start because of a quadriceps injury.
The full list of these elite league performers (in surname alphabetical order) is:
Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs): 13 games, 23.8 disposals, 1.0 goals
Josh Caddy (Geelong): 13 games, 21.5 disposals, 1.0 goals
Brett Deledio (Richmond): 8 games, 22.9 disposals, 1.1 goals
Nathan Fyfe (Fremantle): 5 games, 23.4 disposals, 1.8 goals
Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide): 26.0 disposals, 1.0 goals
Toby Greene (Greater Western Sydney): 22.0 disposals, 2.2 goals
Tom Lynch (Adelaide): 20.7 disposals, 1.8 goals
Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda): 20.8 disposals, 1.8 goals
Tom Scully (Greater Western Sydney): 23.9 disposals, 1.1 goals
Matthew Wright (Carlton): 20.6 disposals, 1.0 goals
Dayne Zorko (Brisbane): 24.4 disposals, 1.2 goals