Six Nations report card: How every Scotland player rated
As the dust from that extraordinary draw at Twickenham begins to settle, Duncan Smith assesses the performances of Gregor Townsend's squad in a campaign of highs and lows.
A total of 37 players featured for Scotland, with each one given a mark out of ten.
1. Stuart Hogg - 8
Tournament ended prematurely in week two. Had scored a fingertip try in the opener against Italy. Unsurprisingly his world-class attacking threat was missed in the remainder of the competition
2. Tommy Seymour - 6
Reached 50 caps but couldnt add to his 19 tries. Injury ruled him out of Calcutta Cup clash, which saw Darcy Graham stake a big World Cup claim with his two tries.
3. Blair Kinghorn - 7
Employed on the wing against Italy and became first Scot to score a Six Nations hat-trick. Hoggs injury gave him a chance at 15 but injury against Wales ended his tournament.
4. Sean Maitland - 6
Partly at fault for Ireland's opening try. Injury while playing for Saracens saw him miss the Wales game before he stepped in impressively at full-back in the Calcutta 'Cup epic