GRR: National Teams
Kevin Higgins has two rugby scholarships named after him, and that's because he was hugely respected as a player despite being cut down in his prime.
Anyone who has been reading these All-Time Americans list articles has got to have been waiting for this one.
Perry Baker is one of the very, very best 7s players ever in American rugby. He came to prominence as a teenager parachuting into the Daytona Beach club and helping that club play at club nationals. He was young, very skinny, but multi-skilled and a game-changer.
Keenya Warner was capped eight times for the USA, which may not be a lot, but she made them count.
The vice captain for the 2006 Rugby World Cup team, she commanded great respect in the midfield as one of the best centers in the tournament. She helped lead the USA to a 4-1 record and a 5th-place finish that was lower than they truly deserved.
A physically imposing and unflinching second row, Nancy Fitz was capped 21 times by the USA and captained the Eagles as well.