The Brumbies’ season ended at the hands of the Jaguares inside the semi-finals on Saturday when they have been thumped 39-7 in Buenos Aires.
It marked the very last game for Christian Lealiifano, Rory Arnold, Henry Speight, and Sam Carter, at the same time as David Pocock retired from Super Rugby earlier inside the season.
Five-eighth Lealiifano leaves arguably the most significant hole, but McKellar was adamant he wouldn’t replace a hundred and fifty-sport veteran by using signing a skilled No.10 within the low season.
McKellar stated he’ll rather appearance to his rookie playmaking shares; Bayley Kuenzle, Noah Lolesio, Mack Hansen and Reesjan Pastor.
Hansen, 21, is the simplest one with any Super Rugby enjoy, which was one 5-minute look off the bench earlier this yr.
“There may be a possibility for someone to step up at 10. I’ve stated all alongside we’ve were given some exceptional young men coming through there, and we’ll return them,” McKellar said.
“They’re no longer going to get better through no longer giving them possibilities. We’re assured inside the men we’ve given arising through our membership, and we intend to lower back them.
“They’re young boys however that’s our process as coaches to develop them and convey them alongside on the right time.
“There are masses to work with, and it’s a thrilling time ahead for a number of our young boys.”
Locks Arnold and Carter, and back-rower Pocock gained’t be easily changed. However, McKellar believes his forward % will stay one of the satisfactory in the opposition next yr.
“We lose Carter and Arnold however Darcy Swain is there waiting within the wings, and it will be his time,” McKellar stated.
“We’ve additionally got Blake Enever and Murray Douglas, so there is still numerous pleasant in and around the forward %.