Sacramento-born, Blaine Scully, is a former pupil of UCLA, and was a stand-out rugby player during his time in university.
After representing Leicester Tigers in the 2013 JP Morgan Sevens, Scully was rewarded with a permanent contract at Welford Road.
The back three player made his debut on the international stage against Russia, and has since represented the Eagles in two Rugby World Cups. Scully is also the current captain of his national side.
The wing moved to Cardiff Blues following the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and has since become a cult hero on the Arms Park terraces.
His sensational acrobatic try against the Scarlets was voted Try of the Season in 2016/17, and he was also named joint Player of the Season, alongside Kristian Dacey.
Scully scored a crucial try in the dying moments of the 2018 Challenge Cup final against Gloucester, which brought his side within two points, allowing Gareth Anscombe to strike the match-winning penalty a minute later.