Mate Ma'a Tonga forwards Jason Taumalolo and Siosiua Taukeiaho have been nominated for the Rugby League International Federation's Golden Boot award.
The pair were a part of the Tongan team which lost 34-16 in their historic first test against Australia last weekend.
Three Kangaroos from that match are also nominees for the award; captain Boyd Cordner, star fullback James Tedesco and Cronulla flyer Valentine Holmes.
The Golden Boot recognises the most outstanding performances in full international matches throughout the year.
The award covers all internationals played between last year's Rugby League World Cup Final and games played up until November 4 this year.
The five person panel of international media selected the players and have the ability add to the list after upcoming games, including the first two tests of the New Zealand-England series.
A four man finalist list will be compiled just before the winner is announced at the 2018 Golden Boot dinner in Leeds on November 7.
Both Taumalolo and Taukeiaho had impressive seasons, the former named Dally M Lock of the Year for the third time and the latter winning an NRL Premiership with the Sydney Roosters.
Taumalolo was runner-up to now former Australian captain Cameron Smith in last year's RLIF Golden Boot Award.