If you haven't heard of Xavier Savage yet, you best remember the name.
The 17-year-old Queenslander has signed a deal with the Canberra Raiders which could see the club to unleash one of the fastest players in the NRL.
The emerging outside back with speed to burn has been likened to Raiders star Jordan Rapana - and Queensland Schoolboys coach Joe O'Callaghan says he has the potential to "make a name for himself in a green jersey".
He got a taste of what is to come this week when he helped the Queensland schoolboys side claim their first Australian Secondary Schools national championship in 10 years in Canberra.
The lightning fast winger wowed the crowd with his speed, scoring six tries in four games including two in the grand final - a 34-10 win over NSW Combined Independent Schools at Kippax Oval on Friday.
Savage won the under 17s 100 metre sprint title in a blistering 10.95 seconds at the Queensland junior athletics championships last year, before backing up to win the 200m and long jump.
That speed puts him in an elite category of football players. James Roberts ran the 100m in 11 seconds as a high-schooler while Josh Addo-Carr claims to have run the race in 10.6 seconds aged 17.
But Savage still has another year of school before he graduates and sets his sights on the bright lights of the NRL.
"I'll be flying down to Canberra for pre-season and I'll be training with first grade and see how I go," Savage said.
"I'll be in the top 30 at that time, I guess I've got to work hard for the next 12 months."
After picking up a hat-trick on the wing against NSW Combined Independent Schools on Wednesday, Savage was expecting a similar role in the final but his coach had other ideas.
Minutes before the final started O'Callaghan shifted the rising star into the centres - but it mattered little as Savage set about terrorising the defence.
"It was a late change and that's probably another credit to him. He handled that really well and the result speaks for itself," O'Callaghan said.
"I think he's a winger, he reminds me a lot of probably [Jordan] Rapana.
"He's got a massive future. He's still got a lot to learn in the game but one thing you can't coach is speed, and he's gifted with it.
"I think he's the type of guy that - if he keeps his head screwed on and comes here and does the right things - might be able to make a name for himself in a green jersey.
"I think Canberra has definitely picked up a great one."
Savage is a try scoring machine. His incredible turn of speed allows him to beat players on the outside and once he finds himself in space there's usually no one on the field who can catch him.
Like other rugby league speedsters, his pace makes him an excellent support player.
Being down in Canberra could have got him thinking about his future with the Green machine, but Savage's mind was firmly on the task at hand.
"I've been working pretty hard, my main focus was to get this win for the boys and do my job," Savage said.
"It's been a 10 year drought since we've won this competition, so that was my main focus this week.
"I'm a year younger than most of the boys out there, so this is a big thing for me.
"I always wanted to play with them and it's the first time we've all come together, and probably the last time as well because all the boys are graduating."
Meanwhile, the Tuggeranong Bushrangers will look to edge clear on the Canberra Raiders Cup ladder when they face the Belconnen United Sharks on Saturday.
Gungahlin and Yass square up in a contest that has massive implications for both teams' hopes of avoiding the wooden spoon, while the Woden Valley Rams will be looking to move into the top four when they travel to Goulburn.
The West Belconnen Warriors will close out the round when they host the fourth-placed Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Kippax Oval on Sunday.
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