13. Isaia Toeava
The Moto’otua-born utility back won himself 35 caps for the All Blacks in addition to a 2011 World Cup title before jetting off to France five years ago. He’d be a great addition to the Samoa squad.
14. Nathan Hughes
With the emergence of Sam Simmonds, the number 8 could find himself slip down the pecking order before the Rugby World Cup. He’d cerrtainly add a lot to the Fiji back-row.
15. Tommy Seymour
The British & Irish Lion has struggled to get back to his best since his summer exploits. With the likes of Byron McGuigan and Lee Jones impressing during the Autumn Internationals, we rather see Seymour represent the USA than not participate at the competiton at all.
16. Joe Rokocoko
The joint record holder for most test tries scored in a calendar year (17), the Akk Vkacj was one of the most electrifying talents in world rugby when he burst onto the international scene in 2003. The fleet-footed 34-year-old hasn’t let his ageing body prevent him from churning out top quality performances in France, nor should it prevent him from representing Fiji.