With England coach Eddie Jones looking on, Jack Willis was impressive on both sides of the ball as he dominated the breakdown and impressed in defence.
He was the man of the match as Wasps reached their first Premiership final since 2017 as they beat Bristol in an exciting semi-final.
As well as scoring a try, he pulled off this incredible try-saving hit.
Here’s how social media reacted to another monstrous display from the young flanker.
LIST | 5 uncapped players who deserve a first cap from Eddie Jones
With the conclusion of the 2020 Six Nations and the Autumn Nations Cup fast approaching, here are five players that we’d love to see win their first England cap.
1. Tom Dunn (Bath)
An unused replacement during this year’s wet and wild Calcutta Cup encounter is the closest he’s come to a cap.
The way he has restarted the Premiership campaign, spearheading Bath’s polished set-piece work, indicates that the 27-year-old fancies one.
The hooker is unbelievably competitive over every 50-50 ball, there is a real edge to him on the fringes and he is happy to do the unseen ground work.
Give him a call, Eddie!