The penultimate playing position now and some may find these selections incredibly controversial.
But where’s the fun in not having any? Some also must be aware that in case anyone is not selected then await the loose-forwards as, let’s face it, they are both very similar to each other nowadays.
Listed below are arguably the top second-rowers in the British game, find out if they can continue it or someone entirely new will best them all!
5 – Jamie Jones Buchanan
First is Leeds Rhinos’ veteran Jamie Jones-Buchanan. Formerly known as the new “Mr T”, Jones-Buchanan has worked tirelessly for the Rhinos throughout his career and his recent times have been no different.
Last season saw the 36-year-old make 30 appearances in all competitions, scoring three tries.
Sounds like a low amount but it is his work during a game that has earned him this recognition.
Having made 24 offloads, 942 tackles and 2058 metres are a clear demonstration of his hard work.
Superb stuff from a legend in the sport and another one who will leave a legacy behind at the club but for now, catch plenty more action from him in 2018 as he and Leeds aim to defend another Super League title.