Tristan Sailor carries a famous surname but there is little doubt he's ready to mark his own legacy in Rugby League after a breakout season in 2019.
Sailor was a core part of the Dragons' Canterbury Cup NSW squad last year, with his attacking prowess coming to the fore on countless occasions to guide them to the Minor Premiership.
He played a majority of his 20 appearances at fullback, and finished the campaign with 10 tries, six try-assists, nine line-breaks, and 63 tackle-breaks.
One of his best performances came in Round 18 against Western Suburbs Magpies, producing an incredible long-range try, 237m and eight tackle-breaks.
His stunning try in the left-hand corner in the Dragons' Preliminary Final clash against the Newtown Jets was also one of his finest moments of the season.
He was rewarded with a first-grade debut in Round 23 against the Sydney Roosters, scoring a try in the second-half and finishing the game with 153m and two tackle-breaks.
He will provide invaluable depth for the Red V in 2020 and will give a significant boost to their attack when the competition returns on 28 May.