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2. Rory Best Best is the only man to captain a team to victory over the All Blacks since August 2015, with Ireland having halted New Zealand's record-breaking winning run in Chicago in November. One of a group of leaders in the Lions squad, Best ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to Test selection. 3. Tadhg Furlong Along with Best, Furlong was part of a strong Irish scrum during the Six Nations. Lions assistant coach Graham Rowntree said of the prop: (visit) "He quietly goes about his business; he's an exceptional scrummager, but he gets his hands on the ball higher than many other tighthead props." 4. Maro Itoje Itoje is one of the most exciting talents in northern-hemisphere rugby and the Saracens lock was considered a guaranteed Lions pick by many. After spending the Six Nations in England'sback row, a return to the second row could bring the best out of Itoje in New Zealand. 5. Alun Wyn Jones Another of Gatland's leaders, Jones'experience will complement the youth and relative inexperience of Itoje. Jones has played in every Test on each of the last two Lions tours, and you wouldn't rule out that he could repeat that feat again this year. 6. CJ Stander One of the standout performers of the Six Nations, Ireland's Stander was the most prolific ball carrier of the championship.
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