If the name Hudson Young doesn't mean much to you just yet, give it time. It will soon.
Young is a 20-year-old forward who proudly points out that he played all his junior football with the Greta Branxton Colts.
These days he's a long way from Greta - he is, in fact, playing with the Canberra Raiders and made his first grade debut just a few weeks back.
At this stage he has six first grade games under his belt - most off the interchange bench - and one try to his name, but it's pretty clear coach Ricky Stuart has plenty of confidence in him.
His playing time has certainly been building.
Two weeks ago against Penrith he played 55 minutes, his most to that stage, and scored a rampaging try, charging through the heart of the Penrith pack.
And then last weekend he was given the ultimate responsibility of playing the full 80 minutes unchanged against the rampaging Sydney Roosters - a big ask in anyone's language.
"I didn't expect to play first grade as early as I did," Young told the club's website.
"I was nervous, but then you look around the dressing room and you have these experienced guys like Josh Papallii and Josh Hodgson beside you and it gives you confidence."
But it's pretty obvious that confidence is not something the blond backrower lacks. You only have to see him tackle to know that.
In short, he whacks hard.
"It's one of the things I've been working on, trying to control my aggression," he said.
"I've learned there are times to smack someone, but at other times you just need to be effective. If you go for the big hit and miss, you can look pretty silly."
It's one of the things I've been working on, trying to control my aggressionHudson Young
Ironically, the match against the Roosters was one Young was set to miss altogether, returning to Mounties to play for Canberra's feeder club. But some late changes meant he was not only recalled, but played the full game anyway.
"Ricky called me aside and said it's not good me playing 20 minutes each week and he wanted me to get some full games under my belt," Young said. "I'm fine with that ... whatever's best for the team."
Young was spotted by the Knights while playing for Greta Branxton and was soon a member of their SG Ball side.
It might just be that the crash tackling youngster might be one of those good'uns who got away.