The label of being a once-in-generation player is used too frequently in all sports, making it difficult to pinpoint who truly deserves that title. In the Australian cricket team, Steve Smith has been a standout player, but Pat Cummins is also making a case for himself with his impressive bowling. Smith is nearing the end of his career, and Cummins may only have a few peak years left as a fast bowler. Despite this, there is a possibility that Smith, at the age of 30, might continue playing into, and possibly beyond, the 2020s. Prior to Smith, Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting were considered legendary players. Before them, Shane Warne quickly showed he was something special after a few Tests. However, there hasn’t been a player in the same category as Cummins since he made his Test debut 13 years ago. Cameron Green is a player who could potentially fit into this category. He is a tall all-rounder with impressive bowling and batting skills. Australia has heavily invested in Green, who is expected to deliver match-winning performances with the bat. Despite his modest Test average and number of wickets, now is the time for Australian cricket to start seeing a significant return on their investment in Green. The hope is for Green to become a player similar to Jacques Kallis, who became one of the greatest players of all time. With the potential to be a dominant force in Australian cricket, Green can be the cornerstone for all three teams in the next decade, making it worth shuffling the batting order to test his abilities.