GRR: All-Time Americans
Our series of All-Time Americans continues with a player who, it seems, needs to prove himself every time there's a new national team cycle.
Mike Te'o is something of a unique player, and as such sometimes difficult to categorize—and you know how coaches like to categorize.
Oloseti Fifita played for the USA for only four years, but it wasn't really his fault that he wasn't capped until he was 31.
Yet another in a list of All-Time Americans who are well-known for something other than their play on the field, longtime Saint Mary's College Head Coach Tim O'Brien was in his day a top-shelf flyhalf.
Jocelyn "Jossie" Tseng was a scrumhalf with intelligence and an excellent pass and vision who helped Stanford to national prominence and followed that up with success on the international stage,
The name Suniula has become synonymous with American rugby in the last 13 years or so.
Andrew Suniula is the oldest of three brothers who played for the USA. Born in American Samoa and raised in new Zealand, Andrew was first capped in 2008 and ended up playing 39 times for the USA, including two Rugby World Cups.