You wouldn't know him from a bar of soap. And why should you?.
The man pictured is named Tyler Fry and for all intents and purposes, he's a total stranger to the people of Maitland.
Which is a pity because when he arrived in town a few weeks back, he had big plans.
He is from California and he was one of the Maitland Mustangs prize signing for this basketball season.
But with coronavirus raising its ugly head, those plans have been torpedoed as the season is in limbo.
"I"m going home ... there's not much point hanging around," the 28-year-old said.
"It's unbelievable, I only managed to get in two practice sessions with my team before this whole thing exploded.
"I don't even really know my Mustangs teammates. I'd guess you'd call us acquaintances rather than friends at this stage.
"But to not get on court in a competitive match situation, to not play a minute in anger, wow ... who'd have thought?"
But to not get on court in a competitive match situation, to not play a minute in anger, wow ... who'd have thoughtTyler Fry
Fry said coronavirus was on he horizon when he flew over from the States, but "it wasn't going crazy like it is now".
So crazy in fact he even had three scheduled flights home cancelled.
Which raises the question of what happens now.
"If the season goes ahead later, I'll fly back and play."
And if it's cancelled altogether?
"Well, I'd like to come back and complete what I've barely started," he said.
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"I've not played overseas before, so this was such a big thing for me. I'd been looking forward to it for so long.
"I know guys back home with links to the Mustangs ... I know Tyler Munro pretty well, and Tony McDaniel too, and they spoke highly of the club and the lifestyle.
"And I must admit I've enjoyed my short time here.
"I've stayed with Dan Milburn and it's been great, they've made me really welcome, the people are nice, I got to go out to Newcastle and Nelson Bay and get a feel for the place ... . It was all great, I just didn't get to play.":,
So, in case you don't get to see him, here's coach Luke Boyle's description of Fry.
"He came very highly recommended and actually looked good in practice. He's a shooting guard but can play point as well, and he's a very good defensive player. He's a quality acquisition," Boyle said.