Russia's German Davydov was named the fourth DHL Impact Player of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2016-17 after a string of solid performances over the weekend in Sydney.
The 22-year-old made 13 tackles, seven breaks, 33 carries and four offloads during his side's campaign, which ended with them beating France 26-0 to win the Challenge Trophy. Davydov also scored five tries in Sydney and moved into seventh in the overall DHL Performance Tracker standings going the next round of the series in Las Vegas.
France's Jeremy Aicardi finished second overall in the standings, 12 points behind Davydov, while Australia's Henry Hutchison and Wales' Morgan Williams were joint third with 43 points.
In the overall standings, Kenya's Billy Odhiambo is out in front with a total of 174 points, made up of 47 tackles, 23 breaks, 19 offloads and 85 carries. England's Dan Norton sits in second place overall with 161 points, including 52 tackles, 22 breaks, 12 offloads and 75 carries.