Arguably the best finisher in the NRL - Valentine Holmes has cemented himself firmly in the QLD Origin and Australian Kangaroos team with his ability to find the try line
A hulking young Tongan prop who served his junior apprenticeship with the Gold Coast Titans’ Under-20s National Youth Competition side throughout 2008 and 2009 before joining the Cronulla Sharks.
At 6 foot 6, Shaun Lane is hard to miss on the field. Coming into form at the backend of 2017, Lane impressed coach Trent Barrett to keep himself put in the starting 17 at Manly
With traits that match his predecessor, Scott Drinkwater set the QRL alight in 2018 on route to his debut with the Melbourne Storm in Rd 25. Scott will surely be one to watch for 2019
A bright spot in a Newcastle side on the wrong side of the table, Stone proved to be an up and coming edge with a bright future in the NRL
Talented young Second-row Forward with a high football IQ. Made his debut with the Sydney Roosters in 2016
A raw-boned middle forward, Payne Haas is set to make an impact in his first year of the NRL after debuting against the Rabbitohs in round 8 at the age of 18. Commentator Phil Gould remarked that his debut game was "the birth of a superstar".
Newcastle folk-hero Nathan "Ross Dog" Ross is the true definition of determination and a never say die attitude. Fan favourite and loveable larrikin - the Ross Dog has been a jack-of-all trades across the Knights backline
Big, damaging, ball-running young forward who helps set the tone for the Panthers. Turned his great form throughout the 2018 season shored up his future with the Panthers until 2022.
Niukore has been a rare bright spot in a tough season for the Eels. The 22-year old back-rower has made the most of his opportunities during his NRL appearances. He is averaging 74 metres and 24 tackles a game, proving to be a handful with and without the ball.
Promising young back row forward for the Wests Tigers in the NRL. Luke capped of a great 2018 making his first grade debut for the Tigers in a Rd 18 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons
Towering prop for the Northern Territory, Liam will look to continue cementing his spot in the Raiders top 17 for 2019
Fitzgibbon really began to make his presence felt in 2017 becoming one of the Knights best young talents in 2017
One of the key foundations in the Gold Coast Titans second row, Kevin Proctor is one of the leading edge forwards of the modern game
The Gold Coast junior has impressed with his ability to cover any position in the backline, as well as the halves, hooker and back-row
The talented local Gold Coast junior will be swapping beaches as he heads to the Manly Sea Eagles for the 2019 season with an aim to partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves.
Nicknamed "The Fox" after his Grandfather, Josh Addo-Carrs' rise to the NRL ranks matches his lightning-fast speed. The second year winger has cemented himself as one of the NRL's best finishers
From the bottom of the pecking order, Jordan's hard work has cemented his spot as the No.1 specialist winger at the Dragons
The big forward with swift feet and ball playing skills of a half - John Asiata brings a unique skillset to the Cowboys forward pack
Jesse is an imposing centre, with size and speed and will be a great addition to our outside backs when he joins the Newcastle Knights for the 2019 season
A New Zealand born bulldozer who has earmarked himself as arguably the best lock forward and player in the NRL having helped lead the North Queensland Cowboys to a maiden premiership in 2015 and collecting Dally M Player of the Year in 2016
Described by Melbourne Recruitment Manager Paul Bunn as a "pretty well-rounded young gentlemen. Jahrome is quite respectful and displays a lot of humility" - Jahrome Hughes displays all the qualities of the Storm's elite as his rise continues in the NRL
Liddle showed great promise in 2017 as he took home the Wests Tigers Rookie of the Year - looking to take his momentum into 2018
A starting hybrid, Jack's ability to be injected anywhere on the field and make his presence felt is what truly makes him a special and viable asset
A Samoan International who broke through into top flight rugby league with the Bulldogs in 2008 before joining the Wakefield Wildcats in the English Super League in 2009.
Captain of the Manly Sea Eagles - There isn't much Daly hasn't accomplished during his career having played representative football for QLD and Australia, while taking home the NRL premiership in his rookie season
Dual-coverage between the forwards makes Clay an interesting prospect and gives new coach Dean Pay quality coverage heading into Clay's third season
A former Australian and NSW Schoolboy representative who has made 23 appearances for the Sydney Roosters’ National Youth Competition Under-20s
Having lead the Sharks to their maiden premiership in 2016, the veteran half will now be part of a dynamic halves pairing in 2018 as Chad looks to take his game to new heights with Matt Moylan
Croft has been given the keys to the kingdom in his rookie season - looking to make the famous Melbourne no.7 jersey his own in 2018
Newcastle's young Five-eight has shown great promise after being handed the reigns in his first full NRL season in 2017
Back on home turf - Brian Kelly is bringing his talents back to the Gold Coast for 2019 to continue his rise among the ranks of the NRL's best centre's
An attacking centre with a flair for getting the ball over the line - Brenko is looking to boost the Titans attack out on the edge
Is Don, Is Good! Gold Coast Titans very own Superman has been flying over his opposition in 2017
An old workhorse style prop, Twal has made his mark at the Tigers and earned his representative stripes suiting up for Lebanon in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup
New recruit for Manly Sea Eagles, The Bondi junior and former Sydney Rooster was recently sought out to replace the injured Origin representative Glenn Stewart.
Veteran Prop / Second Row forward - Manu has won World Cups and Premierships, bringing his size and experience to Hull F.C.
Named to be one of the best at his position - Ikahihifo made the 2017 Super League Dream Team
A Parramatta junior from the Greystanes club who has been included in the Eels’ NRL squad for the 2012 season after featuring in the club’s Under-20s NYC team in 2010.
A Cronulla junior who made his NRL debut for the Sharks in 2006, a year after representing the Australian Schoolboys.
Catalans Dragons enforcer - Kenny Edwards provides the juice in the Dragons forward pack with his aggressive style of play
The son of former New Zealand international Mark Horo, Justin has cemented himself as a mainstay of Parramatta’s forward pack over the past two seasons since breaking into the NRL.
The main attraction in Jordan Rankin is his ability to play in nearly every position in the back line
Jack was born in Wagga Wagga. He played for the Roosters' NYC team in 2010 and 2011 before moving on to the Newtown Jets in 2012. In 2014, Jack joined the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and he made is NRL debut in Round 8 against the Canberra Raiders.
Australian Test and NSW State of Origin representative who has built a reputation as a player that rises to the occasion when representing his state and country at the highest level.
In 2011, Faraimo moved to Australia to play for the Mackay Cutters in the Queensland Cup. In just half a season, Faraimo had scored 29 tries.
Bryson Goodwin is a Premiership winning, New Zealand professional rugby league footballer for the Warrington Wolves in the Super League
Talented outside back who has served his apprenticeship playing for the Melbourne Storm’s National Youth Competition Under-20s side throughout the 2010 and 2011 seasons.
The 21-year-old was an ever-present for his country as they reached the World Cup semi-finals and has been likened to compatriot Petero Civoniceva
A Parramatta junior, this tall Five-eighth debuted for the Eels 20's side in 2012 and in his time as added considerable bulk to his frame to may him a danger to his competition.
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