Stuart Hogg (Scotland): He is the Scotland captain and the man that makes them tick. When he’s not in the field, the Scots struggle to mix it with the big teams. Playmaker, motivator, kicker – he’d be our captain on this stage.
Manu Tuilagi (England): Try stopping this guy in space. The Leicester Tigers bulldozer has the ability to break the line at will, which in Sevens more often than not means try time. Some might question Tuilagi’s ability to get ‘Sevens’ fit but with the five-sub rule now operating you could bring him on for short bursts so the big man can wreak havoc.
Jacob Stockdale (Northern Ireland): He burst on to the international scene a few seasons ago and hasn’t looked back.
To date he has scored 16 tries in his 26 Ireland appearances.
Jonny May (England): A prolific and pacey finisher, he has reached 29 Test tries. Despite his club ’s poor results, May also scored a total of 30 for Leicester over just 44 matches in Premiership and European competition.