Now onto the most important attacking figures in the game in the half-backs, first up the stand-offs.
Next season could really see these players provide an exciting shake up, find out who are the final five and whether they can continue or anyone else will come in and usurp all.
5 – Jacob Miller
Starting off with Wakefield’s ever-improving Jacob Miller.
Miller formerly departed Hull FC in a low note, but this guy has returned with a bang, helping Wakefield not only survive relegation but also back-to-back berths in the Super League Super 8s.
Throw a Challenge Cup semi-final in their too, Miller has helped Trinity become one of Super League’s most potent attacking clubs in recent season.
Last season saw him at his peak, scoring ten tries in 22 appearances, providing 13 try assists as well as managing 54 tackle busts.
He owes his superb kicking game, and his side-stepping skills towards such achievements.
Though he has yet to achieve any silverware as of yet, Miller has been hot stuff for Wakefield, and his definitely one to watch out for in 2018.