Top 5 NRL Signings (So Far)


There has been plenty of movers in the NRL, some were already known, whereas as others were off season shocks. We take a look at five of the best players to change their colours for 2018 so far. This is judged on influence they can have at their new club.

5. James Graham -  Bulldogs to Dragons

The English prop forward was an unfortunate casualty in the Bulldogs making space for new boy, Aaron Woods, the beneficiary of this move though were the Dragons. They have gained a player with so much drive and enthusiasm, Graham is a powerful runner of the ball and will live and die for the colours he wears.

4. Josh Reynolds - Bulldogs to Tigers

The former Bulldogs man is a Tiger for 2018, he looks absolutely raring to go, Reynolds brings some much needed experience into the Tigers side, especially in the halves. Reynolds is a player with a fantastic attitude and a great passion for the game, he is a player that is more than capable of lifting this Tigers team.

3. Mitchell Pearce - Roosters to Knights

Mitchell Pearce could well be the missing piece of the puzzle to guide the Knights to the top 8. He is a very experienced player a premiership winner and a player that leads from the front. If Pearce can inspire the men around him, then I have no doubt that the Knights will push for 8th this season and next.

2. James Tedesco - Tigers to Roosters

James Tedesco is arguably one of the best fullbacks in the world right now, he brings great defensive qualities to the Roosters, but undoubtedly he is up there with the best of them for attacking fullbacks, running the ball back from kicks, linking on the end of line moves and finding gaps are all specialities for the new Roosters man.

1. Cooper Cronk - Storm to Roosters

Cooper Cronk was hot property as soon as he announced his plans to leave the Storm, after a few weeks of careful deliberation, Cronk would put pen to paper for the Roosters. This has now helped them become the bookies favourites to take the premiership, Cronk brings real quality with him into the halves, after all he is a; Dally M, World Cup and Premiership winner.

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