Liam Gill has an uncanny knack for forcing turnovers, making him one of the premier opensides in Australian rugby. Gill's achievements in his five years as a professional rugby player offer tremendous insight into the influence that he can have on a team when he is in top form. In addition to his contributions to the Reds, Gill captained Brisbane City to an undefeated season during the 2015 National Rugby Championship. Born in Melbourne, Gill lived in the United States for several years before playing junior rugby in Adelaide and later relocating to Brisbane. He made his Test debut in 2012 against the All Blacks in Auckland and will head to France after the 2016 Super Rugby season after agreeing to terms with Toulon.