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14. Yoann Huget
The big, bearded, burly Toulouse man would not look out of place emerging from the shadows in a gangster flick. He can be equally menacing when he comes slicing in off his wing to crash the ball up.
A wing who goes looking for work and does that work well. Remember when Chris Ashton used to do that? Ashton was once a dangerous proposition for defences but his dip in form has edged him close to the precipice of de-selection, while Huget has been a real threat for France and Toulouse so far this season.
11. George North
North, more than any other wing in the Six Nations, has the capacity to produce a devastating try from anywhere on the field.
If any coach in the competition could pluck a player from one of their opponents’ squads, North would be high on their wish list, if not top of it.