He is far from being Michael O'Connor but gee he glides across the ground like him and changes direction like him with the swerve just maybe doesn't have Mick's audacious sidestep. He also is playing at a very high level. To'o beat him hands down once but To'o has beaten a lot so far as he ducks under tackles. It is strange - they are sooo focused on teaching players to go high and wrap the ball but it really depends on what the opposition player brings to the table to decide which style of tackle - it also should depend on where on the field and the situation. With players like To'o who ducks and Fifita who is so strong in the upper body you just have to go low and if coming in from the side - the easiest tackle of all is to drive in around the waist yet we see players brushed off time and time with a fend. In Johnny Raper's how to play Rugby League book lol but very true and apt - and I can still remember it now - it said you should never ever get palmed off because you should be driving in so hard that a palm wont work and going low so you are under the palm anyway. Still very relevant today. It seems today all they are taught is go high and in some situations or field positions that is a totally failed strategy because a different technique would have a far better result. Certainly different body types lend themselves to different tackles. Tall rangy guys like Fisher Harris I would have thought have soo much target zone between chest and hips that you could put a great front on shot on him by aiming at midriff and then driving the shoulder straight up to chest and under the ball. Great for creating a dropped ball. Someone like Sipley who is 6 foot tall and 6 foot wide down to his feet - not much hitting zone so come in low on the hips from a side and slide down. You wouldn't use the same technique on every player... well that would be my approach but obviously a "failed" approach today. But back on point - Harper glides like the great Snoz.