Wing: Nick Cummins, Australia
Nick Cummins' two tries were the highlight of Australia's thrashing of Italy in Turin, pointing out that there is much potential in Ewen McKenzie's emerging back line.
The Honey Badger was second only to Israel Folau in terms of yardage gained, but his 67 metres from the wing showed off a combination of great short-range finishing, not to mention a whole lot of gas.
Inside Centre: Jean de Villiers, South Africa
Jean de Villiers remains one of the best centres in the world and a controlled performance against Wales again showed us exactly why that is.
The veteran did get shown up by Jonathan Davies' early probing runs on occasion but would go on to thrive against the Welsh, constantly giving early ball for those outside him, not to mention supporting well to bag a try of his own.
Outside Centre: Brian O'Driscoll, Ireland
As the video above shows, BOD hasn't lost his touch for the magnificent and once again featured as playmaker-in-chief against the Samoan threat in Dublin.
Seven tackles and one turnover showed the defensive graft that O'Driscoll is, as always, willing to put in, but his catalytic worth going forward was what stood out as the Shamrock romped to a 40-9 win.
Wing: Charles Piutau, New Zealand
Charles Piutau is wasting no time in making himself an All Blacks favourite and is now giving Julian Savea a run for his money in the aspiring New Zealand winger stakes.
The 22-year-old sprinted over for a try of his own against France but also set up another for Kieran Read in what's becoming a very successful early career in international colours for the speedster, who also forced two turnovers in the win over the French.
Full-Back: Israel Folau, Australia
Special mentions go to Israel Dagg, Leigh Halfpenny, Brice Dulin and Sean Maitland, all of whom impressed greatly in their respective outings this weekend, but the No. 15 jersey goes to Australia's Israel Folau.
Although the Italian defence can be called out for its weakness at times, there's no ignoring Folau's stats of 100 metres gained from just eight carries, resulting in five defenders being beaten, three clean breaks and a try for good measure.
The Waratah star also made two turnovers and one tackle.