Tevita Kuridrani is Australia’s premier outside centre and one of the Brumbies’ genuine strike weapons in both attack and defence. His ability to read the play and move out of the line to shut it down is the envy of defence coaches throughout the competition. Almost impossible to stop in open space or close to the line, Kuridrani has bagged 12 Super Rugby tries. In 2013, Kuridrani announced himself as a player for the rest of the world to keep their eye one by scoring the only try for the Brumbies during their win over the British and Irish Lions and his 20-plus appearances for the Wallabies have all garnered praise from rugby experts across the globe. At almost two metres tall and pushing the 100-kilogram mark, Kuridrani could have almost certainly cut it as an blindside flanker and his size, fend and scintillating pace make him a difficult target to bring down.