Already promoted Swindon have two representatives as do Crawley. Shrewsbury, Cheltenham and Barnet all have one player in the team.
So here is the PFA NPower League Two Team of the Year:
Position : Goalkeeper
Bobby Olejnik (Torquay)
The Austrian keeper broke a club record with 20 clean sheets in a Football League season. He has been an ever-present in goal this term and recently signed a new two-year deal.
Paul Caddis (Swindon)
A regular inclusion in Paolo Di Canio's starting XI. The young Scottish right-back turned down the chance to cancel his contract last summer in order to help Swindon return to League One has scored four goals and got three assists to his name.
Kyle McFadzean (Crawley)
Crawley have sold a number of star players this season but one man they have desperately kept hold of is McFadzean. His first season in the Football League has been a successful one.
Ian Sharps (Shrewsbury)
Club captain and Mr Dependable has been rock-solid this season and has contributed to New Meadow being a fortress. His partnership with Shane Cansdell-Sherriff has been impressive.
Kevin Nicholson (Torquay)
A popular figure at Torquay, Nicholson has been a regular in the team for a number of years. His dependable performances mean it is no surprise he has started every game this season.
Matt Ritchie (Swindon)
Named the best player in the division by managers and now his fellow players have voted him in the best team of the season. With 13 assists for Swindon and nine goals, Robins fans will hope he is still with the club next season in League One.
Marlon Pack (Cheltenham)
Like Ritchie, Pack is another Portsmouth academy product. He signed on a free transfer and has bossed the centre of midfield for his team this campaign. His set-piece ability have been stand outs this season.
Eunan O'Kane (Torquay)
O'Kane has chalked up nine assists and has only missed one match, through suspension. The Irish midfielder has provided a touch of quality at Plainmoor and even scored a brace in a 3-1 Devon derby win over Plymouth.
Lee Mansell (Torquay)
Having scored 12 league goals this season, the Gulls skipper has been the heartbeat of the team at Torquay. The 29-year-old is fiercely loyal to the Devon club and is adored by fans.
Izale Mcleod (Barnet)
He has contributed 40% of Barnet's goals this season. He netted five goals in consecutive games in August and September and scored another seven in six games from mid-October through to December.
Tyrone Barnett (Crawley)
Formed an excellent partnership with Matt Tubbs up top for Crawley. He scored 14 goals before leaving for Peterborough in February for a record fee.