**The Conference tables are gradually taking shape after the latest bout of mouth-watering Guinness PRO14 action, and as the dust settles on Round 2 let’s spare a moment to reflect on some of the standout stars.** \n\nFrom six thrilling contests emerged victories for Dragons, Leinster, Ulster, Cardiff Blues, Munster and Glasgow Warriors, as each team attempts to assert their authority early in the fresh campaign and maximise their chances of Championship glory. \n\nWhile several results have been the product of supreme team cohesion, already in the opening two weeks a handful of individuals have stood out from the crowd and pushed their side to the peak of their powers. \n\nAnd as preparations continue for the next phase of the competition, we’ve delved into the OPTA stats to pick out three of the top performers from the weekend, who have lit up the Guinness PRO14 so far. \n\n# Jordan Williams, Dragons - 89 metres made\n\nDragons were arguably one of the most improved sides in the Championship last season under Dean Ryan, and the Welshmen are aiming to go one better and push for a Final Series spot in 2020/21. \n\nYielding victory from an opening day trip to triple-defending champions Leinster was always going to be a tough ask, but a 26-18 victory over Zebre on Friday night marked a welcome return to winning ways.