Wing Sevu Reece took the Super Rugby competition by storm in 2019, after getting an opportunity with the Crusaders as a replacement player and then joining the squad full time.
He finished his debut Super Rugby season at the top of the try-scoring chart with 15 tries, and was named the Crusaders' Rookie of the Year.
An exciting and instinctive player, Reece moved to New Zealand in 2014 and was called into the Waikato squad for the 2016 Mitre 10 Cup.
He made the All Blacks for the first time last year, when named in the squad for the 2019 Investec Rugby Championship - making his debut against Argentina in Buenos Aires and going on to feature in the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup campaign later that year, at just 22 years of age.
Reece has recently announced that he has extended his contract with the Crusaders and NZ Rugby through to 2022.