We profile the 2022 World Youth Champion and one of the most highly-regarded talents on the PDC Tour, Josh Rock.
Whilst ranking titles are expected to flood in for the talented youngster in the coming years, he is yet to capture his maiden professional title.
Rock did however follow in the footsteps of the likes of Michael van Gerwen and Michael Smith in capturing the World Youth crown - overcoming Nathan Girvan 6-1 in the final.
Meanwhile, he recently reached his maiden televised major quarter-final - securing a last eight spot at the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts - only to succumb to defeat against James Wade; a match in which Rock squandered four match darts in.
Rock's remarkably quick rise through the ranks means he is the current world number 21, despite having only turned professional in 2022.
Rock's moniker 'Rocky' stems from his surname as well as his ability to overcome opponents in a destructive manner, similar to that of fictional movie star Rocky Balboa.
The youngster currently takes to the stage to 'Welcome to the Party' - an upbeat dance tune by DJ Krissy.
Rock is very much in the infancy of his professional career having only turned 22 in April last year.
The Northern Irishman will turn 23 on 13th April 2024.
The arrowist was born in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and resides in the country to this day with Broughshane being his permanent place of residence.
Rock has picked up £324,500 on the two-year ranking list.
Rock currently plies his trade with Mission Josh Rock 95% tungsten arrows, weighing 24g.
After winning the PDC Youth World Championship in 2022, Rock wasted no time in turning his hand to winning on the professional circuit, capturing the winner's cheque in two of his opening three floor tournaments, as well as finishing as runner-up in the other.
Rock's average of 104.13 in his success over Girvan in the youth final set a new record, whilst he also became the first player on the PDC Tour to achieve a nine-dart leg in their debut campaign - landing perfection in an enthralling showdown with Michael van Gerwen in the 2022 Grand Slam of Darts.
Rock also reached the last 16 of his maiden World Darts Championship, seeing off Jose Justiia, Callan Rydz and Nathan Aspinall prior to being edged out 4-3 by Jonny Clayton in the fourth round.
Josh Rock has an estimated net worth of £324,000 - although that figure is likely to jump significantly higher over the course of the next 12 months.