The former Norwich City and Northern Ireland boss saw his side surge towards the playoffs as they earned 19 out of a possible 21 points and conceded just one goal last month.
Burnett's Dagenham had to play a game almost every three days last month but managed to go unbeaten in their eight games to keep alive their hopes of reaching the playoffs.
Rochdale dealt with the loss of top scorer Scott Hogan and under the guidance of Hill went top of the table thanks to a points-haul of 17 out of a possible 24.
Finally, Wilcox became a record breaker by stretching Scunthorpe's unbeaten run to 24 games - the longest unbeaten league start to a managerial career in the Football League's history.
Find out who is announced as the winner on Friday morning here on SM.