Are we talking about Caucau when he's trying, or Caucau when he'd rather be back home lighting up?
That guy is a freak in terms of speed when he puts the effort in, never seen anyone to equal him. The scary thing is he never looks like it's any bother. I'd hate to see what happened if he really decided to put his head down and go.
personally i choose caucau when he tries he's awesome,
and on the fact Habana is there i still remember the english tour of SA and one of the many tries was Habana intercept,
and if i remember rightly mathew Tait almost caught up with him from the other side of the field, which is very quick in my opinion
For my money definately Chavanga. Ran Olympic "A" qualifying times for Zimbabwe in the 100m and 200m while still in high school. If I remember correctly, something like a personal best in the 100m of around 10.4 seconds.
And I`ll certainly never forget him running in Habana from behind to make an excellent tackle in the Currie Cup a couple of years ago. Looked like Habana was standing still on that occasion.
I voted for Caucau...
But I think we need to narrow down the question so we know exactly what we are talking about..
Are we talking about athletic fastest, or about rugby fastest?
By athletic fastest i mean they can run 100m the fastest, and by rugby fastest i mean they can cover 25m faster than anyone else.. cuz if you can cover that first 25m with a ball in hand faster than anyone else then the rest dont matter really, you will be very hard to run down..
and for that reason i chose Caucau.. i dont think he would be able to run 100m fater than a lot of people, but i'd like to see someone cover him over 25m.. he can just put it on and off, and thats how he beats people..