Twice nominated for the IRB Player of the Year Award, Pocock’s status as one of the game’s greats is constantly backed up by his tireless work ethic, un-coachable skill set and admirable leadership qualities. Graduating from the Anglican Church Grammar School in Brisbane in 2005, Pocock was already an aged grade Australian representative having been picked for the Aussie Schools team that year alongside his schoolmate Quade Cooper.
Since then Pocock has represented Australia at almost every level, including the World Champion Under 19 side of 2006, the Australian A’s in 2007 and the Australian Under 20’s as skipper in 2008. After taking over from George Smith as Australia’s first choice openside flanker in just second international season in 2009, the Zimbabwe-born forward quickly became one of the game’s dominant figures, earning IRB Player of the Year nominations in consecutive years, claiming the John Eales Medal in 2010 and eventually Captaining the Wallabies in 2012.
On 15 January 2015, Pocock, along with teammate Nic White, were appointed vice-captains of the Brumbies for the 2015 Super Rugby season.
May 2016 saw him sign a three-year deal with the Panasonic Wild Knights, which will see him play for the Ōta, Japan-based team for three seasons.
Pocock has decided to take sabbatical leave for 6 months in 2017
In November 2017 the star Wallaby looseforward was named in the Brumbies 2018 Super Rugby squad.
Pocock's next appearance for the Brumbies will be his 100th in Super Rugby.
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