Wildcard: Lood de Jager.
The young Lood de Jager will see his first Rugby World Cup this year, and at only 22-years-old, he may fold under the pressure.
With only nine caps behind his name, he has already been tested under the world cup spotlight making a couple of mistakes throughout the tournament.
De Jager will gain valuable experience throughout the world cup by playing with more experienced locks like Victor Matfield and Eben Etzebeth. This experience can turn him into a
Key player: Bryan Habana
To many it would have been no surprise seeing Habana as a key player, with a total of 106 caps he is still going strong for the South African team.
The 2007 International Rugby Board (IRB) player of the year has a huge amount of rugby records behind his name, for example, in 2007 Habana equaled the record of New Zealand rugby player Jonah Lomu in the 2007 Rugby World Cup by scoring a total of eight tries throughout the tournament. In this world cup, Ha