Josh Addo-Carr has enjoyed a stunning rise to stardom since his NRL debut in 2016 – cementing his name as one of the best wingers in Rugby League.
Blessed with blinding speed, brute strength, and raw power, Addo-Carr has staked his claim as one of the most prolific try-scorers in the competition with an uncanny knack to produce something out of nothing.
In the 2016 NSW Cup competition, Addo-Carr scored 19 tries in an incredible debut season for the Wests Tigers (now Western Suburbs Magpies), with his unbelievable try-scoring nous including 14 tries in an eight-game streak.
Addo-Carr made his first-grade debut for the Tigers in Round 7 of the 2016 season, scoring a try on debut against the Melbourne Storm – who were quick to spark their interest in the flyer and signed him on a three-year deal.
The rest is history for 'The Foxx' having crossed for a mammoth 57 tries in just 77 games for the Storm, while earning representative honours with the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues and Australian Kangaroos in the process.