Tim Horan (67)
All of those current players are wingers, including a couple of Wallabies/squad members. Mack was first and foremost a fullback, where he understandably rated behind the current Wallaby No 15 in the squad. The fact that he had some outstanding games at wing for the Brumbies in 2021 (and is now a starter in the No 1 (?) rated test team in the world) should have rung alarms at the Brumbies but in the event apparently they were unable or unwilling to pay him what he thought he was worth. It is not the Brumbies fault that none of the other Aus franchises who pretty much all were short on fullback talent couldn't see his worth and make an appealing offer to him. I don't begrudge Mack leaving the Brumbies but I am pissed off that he had to leave the Country.