The Pacific Islands Rugby Player Association's supreme player award will be revealed later this week.
Fiji's Leone Nakarawa and Nemani Nadolo, Samoa's Tim Nanai-Williams and Paul Perez and Tonga's Telusa Veainu and Siale Piutau have all been shortlisted for the PIPA Player of the Year 2015.
PIPA's member services manager, Josh Blackie, says the award is voted on by pacific players so is seen as a great honour.
Blackie says although the Pacific teams weren't as successful as they might have hoped, individual players have starred again.
"Leone [Nakarawa] was certainly one of those during the World Cup and they had some pretty big games that Fiji participated in and the likes of Paul Perez from Samoa, who had a good breakthrough year, and Telusa Veainu from Tonga as well: guys that probably weren't too well-known before the World Cup but now they're definitely seen as high quality world class players".
Nili Latu and Nemani Nadolo have won the previous PIPA awards.