We asked you to pick the best Australian Super Rugby player of 2020 and you have.
Queensland's Harry Wilson has romped in to take out the title based on votes from RUGBY.com.au fans.
Wilson picked up more than 50 per cent of the fan vote in the two days available for voting, a reflection of a breakout season for the no. 8
Brumbies fullback Tom Banks was the next best while Tate McDermott, Noah Lolesio and Taniela Tupou rounded out the top five.
Wilson's stats back up his popularity as well amid an incredible breakout season for the 20-year-old.
The backrower leads the entire Super Rugby competition in offloads with 91 and is second in offloads behind Crusaders back David Havili.
Even Crusaders coach Scott Robertson has been impressed by Wilson.
Speaking to FOX SPORTS at the recent Suncorp Stadium double header, a fortnight after Robertson's team met the Crusaders in Christchurch, Robertson said he had "fallen" for the exciting youngster.
“I’ve officially fallen for, have I mentioned, Harry Wilson,” said Robertson, after Martin asked the Crusaders coach what he was impressed by from the Reds considering the two teams met a week earlier.
“As an ex-No. 8, his ability to set a bit of footwork is special.
“The other No. 7, Liam Wright, and even the guy [Fraser McReight] off the bench was exceptional as well ... they’re coming.”