Now onto the big guns that are the prop forwards.
An incredibly difficult choice as in recent seasons, there have been many forwards to choose from, but only five could stand out above the rest.
Find out below who has worked hard enough for the extra recognition and who could utilise such an aspect to their advantage in the 2018 campaign.
5 – Sebastine Ikahihifo
It may come as a surprise to some but ranking at five sees a 2017 Dream Team player in Huddersfield’s Sebastine Ikahihifo.
This guy was sensational last season and deserving of the recognition, but was he deserving of a spot in the team?
May seem controversial and he did have a terrific season. But can he continue it?
Taking a look at his recent achievements, he finished off 2017 with 73 offloads, 2795 metres, 724 tackles and 165 tackle busts, so he was a clear work horse.
Though he did not score a single try, he worked very hard and helped the Giants to automatic survival.
But there’s still room for improvement, such as standing out from others by having that extra bit of buzz that can spark the Giants into action as they have been rather ordinary in recent seasons.
May sound dubious, and the call on these was incredibly close, but he remains a hot shot to watch out heading into the new season.