At just 23 years of age in 2015, Scott Sio already has a half-ton of Brumbies caps to his name. The son of former Samoan Test prop Tevita ‘David’ Sio, Scotty is quickly proving that his family’s rugby heritage will not end with his father’s name. After just three seasons with the Brumbies, Sio already has 50 Super Rugby caps to his name, also having been called up to the Wallabies on 10 occasions and forced his way into the 2015 Rugby World Cup squad. Sio made a name for himself on the international stage late last year with the loosehead’s strong scrummaging and ball carrying helping him to cement his spot in the Australian starting XV, including the Final against New Zealand. One of the biggest weapons that Canberra has to boast, Sio will look to recapture his form of recent Super Rugby seasons to take the Brumbies all the way in 2016.