The second of two corner forwards on the 15 for 15, as voted by our judging panel, is Kilkenny's Eddie Brennan.
In Kilkenny's dominance of the sport over the last 15 years, Graigue Ballycallan's Eddie Brennan has played a major part.
He won the first of 8 All Ireland medals in 2000, scoring a goal when coming on as a sub against Offaly in the final.
And it was the scent of goal that marked Eddie Brennan in the green helmet as a player to watch.
He'd find the net against Limerick in the 2007 final.
He's punish Waterford with 2 goals in the 2008 decider.
In the 4 in a row season of '09, Brennan would pick 3 crucial points.
And his presence was felt in 2011, when he set up Richie Hogan for the winning goal against Tipperary.
Eddie Brennan, now a fixture on our TV screens, is a worthy inclusion as the final member of the team.
Congratulations to Fergal O'Sullivan who picked Eddie and who has won the county jersey of his choice.