It’s only taken 24 months for Jesse Mogg to go from quality club player to Super Rugby big dog.
Long, graceful and blisteringly quick– it’s no wonder they call this wispy Brisbane lad The Greyhound.
Since bursting onto the scene in round 1 of the 2012 season with a try on debut against the Western Force, Mogg has continued on a steady climb to stardom and was eventually rewarded with three Wallabies caps in 2013.
A key element to the University of Canberra Brumbies win over the British and Irish Lions in 2013, Mogg was handed a second crack at the Brits just over a week later in Sydney and immediately turned on some class.
With his booming left foot, Mogg has eased pressure on the UC Brumbies backs on countless occasions over the last two seasons and along with Nic White is credited with one of the longest kicks in Australian rugby.
Mogg is a sure thing for your first-try-scorer dollars during the 2014 Super Rugby season.