11. Nick Cummins, Australia
Despite being one of those players suspended from the Scotland game for drinking offences, per BBC Sport, November was generally a profitable time for Nick Cummins.
The winger scored three tries and made one assist in the four games in which he did feature, and he was an all-round nuisance for the opposition.
Julian Savea, having played in only two games due to illness, comes in as a very close honourable mention.
Honourable Mention: Julian Savea, New Zealand
12. Jean de Villiers, South Africa
Statistically speaking, there wasn't all too much to rave about when it came to Jean de Villiers this autumn, but one thing that must be said is that South Africa wouldn't have been the same side without him.
Against Wales, the veteran showed off some of his flashier attacking talents and cruised over for an essential try under immense pressure, but he mostly played the role of midfield conduit that proved so important throughout the Rugby Championship.
Honourable Mention: Wesley Fofana, France
13. Ben Smith, New Zealand
Ben Smith, the other All Black to have found himself nominated for IRB Player of the Year, has now turned his hand to playing at centre and coped magnificently with the change in the Northern Hemisphere.
Missing just one tackle in November, Smith turned up to the fore when needed most by his side and carried for more than 100 metres against Ireland, the win that would seal New Zealand's 14-win year of 2013.
While his scoring presence wasn't felt as much in midfield, Smith's ability to transfer his talents to the No. 13 shirt speaks volumes of his maturity and development as one of Hansen's most essential backs.
Honourable Mention: Scott Williams, Wales
14. George North, Wales
Scoring two tries in Wales' Cardiff clash against Australia over the weekend, George North was unfortunate now to be at the forefront of what would have been a commendable home team comeback.
Alas, while the youngster impressed himself, it wasn't to be.
In truth, there were wingers who might have made this XV as a result of more prolific or glamorous displays, but North, coping with the heap of Welsh injuries in the back line, showed a sound level of maturity and became a leading figure for Wales in recent weeks.
Playing off both wings and almost acting as another centre at times, the Northampton Saint was unfortunate not to be on the end of a more attractive autumn record, but he spearheaded the Welsh attack for a great deal of the month, regardless.
Honourable Mention: Willie le Roux, South Africa
15. Israel Folau, Australia
When it comes to fullbacks, nobody in world rugby is in better form right now than Israel Folau, the most prolific athlete to pull on a No. 15 jersey in 2013.
For that's exactly what the Waratah is: an athlete. And Folau showed with his combination of speed, strength, agility and unrestrained versatility that he'll be able to lead Australia onto bigger and better things.
In only two games this November did Folau not manage to get on the scoreboard, and even more impressively, in only one match did he fail to make less than 100 metres, even then falling short of the century by just five metres.
Three tries and one assist in five games are the kind of figures that McKenzie looks forward to reading about with his players, with Folau starring as one of the Wallabies' most impressive assets this past month.
Honourable Mention: Mike Brown, England