With the 6th leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series set to start this weekend, we've picked seven shining stars for you to keep an eye on this weekend.
Danny Barrett - USA
The HSBC Player of the Final in Las Vegas is a powerhouse on the series. He's got an strong fend and if he doesn't go over you, he's got enough pace to trouble you on the outside. Last weekend he should impressive skill in the air and in the contact area with offloads. He'll be a key part of USA's attacking plans this weekend.
Ben O'Donnell - Australia
Australia's pocket rocket can really fly. The 22 year old is making big waves on this years series with his impressive work rate and deadly finishing. He played a massive role in Australia's win at the Sydney sevens and his side will be expecting more of the same this weekend.
Cecil Afrika - South Afrika
One of the most skillful players on the series, Afrika possesses a real threat to any defence. He's got an incredible pace and exceptional vision which makes him a real asset for his team. Watch his link up play this weekend and be ready for some magic moments when he gets the ball.
Folau Nuia - USA
An incredible play maker, Falou Nuia doesn't always get the credit he deserves in a team with so much X Factor. However, his performance on home soil last weekend was nothing short of brilliant. Time and time again, he pulls the strings for the USA team opening up the danger men out wide before mixing it up by challenging the line with a spicy left step. Keep an eye out for his signature fro, it's top quality much like his play.
Alasio Savita Naduva - Fiji
The Fijian pace man was Hamilton’s HSBC Player of the Final and for good reason. He gets himself in great positions and can spot opportunities unlike any one on the series. Keep an eye out for him in the late stages of each game, if he gets the ball he’ll probably score.
Jean Pascal Barraque - France
The French speedster has shown glimpses of brilliance on the series so far this year. He’s got the typical French flash with silky hands and an eye for a gap. When he’s on form he’s one of the most electrifying players around.
Willy Ambaka - Kenya
A monster with ball in hand, Willy Ambaka is a nightmare for any defence. With pace and strength by the bucket loads, you don't to be left one on one in open space...or this might happen.