#1. OWEN FRANKS (New Zealand) – 108 caps
A mobile, powerful tight-head prop, Owen Franks has become a key member of the All Blacks front-row over the past year. Franks made his international bow as a replacement against Italy in June 2009, capping his first year of Super 14 rugby with his first All Blacks jersey. Eight years, two Rugby World Cups, and 95 caps later he never registered a point for his country.