The Dragons endured a disappointing season but there were enough bright sparks from the emergence of some young talent to provide hope for 2021.
Winger Cody Ramsey made a spectacular entrance to the NRL with two tries on debut in round 18, but Telstra Tracker data shows he also possesses the work ethic to potentially take him to the top.
Ramsey produced 42 high-speed efforts - bursts of 20km/h or more - in St George Illawarra's 30-22 win against Melbourne in round 20.
He beat Eels fullback Clint Gutherson (33 high-speed efforts), Storm No.1 Ryan Papenhuyzen (33), Knights centre Bradman Best (32) and Melbourne winger Sandor Earl (32).
Ramsey also finished third on the weekly leaderboard for most distance covered, with his 9.8km only trailing Sharks five-eighth Connor Tracey (10km) and Dragons teammate Zac Lomax (9.9).
Warriors halfback Chanel Harris-Tavita also clocked up 9.8km while Newcastle captain Mitchell Pearce finished with 9.6km.
Cowboys dynamo Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow was the fastest man of the last round having reached 35.2km/h in a win over the Broncos.
St George Illawarra custodian Matt Dufty (34.8km/h), Brisbane winger Xavier Coates (34.2), Parramatta halfback Mitchell Moses (34) and Rabbitohs flyer Alex Johnston 33.9 completed the top five.