8 potential future Wallabies worth getting a little excited about

Australia’s U20s World Cup campaign didn't quite go to plan again in 2018, but there were still a number of players who proved once again that they can seriously play. Here’s a look at eight potential future Wallabies who are worth getting just a little bit excited about already. Angus Blyth At 204cm and 115kg, Angus Blyth is one of a number of promising big men in Queensland currently being moulded by Brad Thorn into future Wallabies. Blyth clearly has the size and will only continue to get better as he becomes more comfortable in his big frame. Lawson Creighton Creighton burst onto the Premier Rugby scene earlier this year when the 19-year old led Brothers to an upset win over UQ and although he didn't make too much of an impact in France until later in the tournament, the flyhalf or fullback will be one to watch when he returns to club footy in Brisbane. Mack Hansen Canberra back Mack Hansen is in a similar mould to Lawson Creighton and sparked plenty of the
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