St George Illawarra Dragons centre Josh Dugan still made his presence known in the 18 games he played this season for the Red V.
Battling an ankle injury early in the season, the NSW Origin representative bounced back earning yet another call-up for the Blues.
Scoring ten tries, three of which were against the Sharks in Round 13 and making a total of 2,286 metres from 243 runs; Dugan proved to be a revelation at right-centre.
Dugan scored one try in his first six games at fullback, but scored six in his first six games at centre.
Dugan made the third most line breaks with 12 next to his name and also made the second most offloads behind prop Trent Merrin.
Dugan also has one of the best attacking averages of his fellow Dragons. On average, Dugan made 127 metres (the second most in the team) and 13.5 runs per game.