As of now IMO: 1. Inglis(Souffs) 2. Slater(Storm) 3. Dugan(Dragons) 4. Stewart(Manly) 5. Boyd(Knights) 6. Tomkins(may end up higher)(NZ) 7. Gordon(Sharks) 8. Hayne(if injury-free season and consistent may move up)(Parra) 9. Barba(very hard to rank considering up-down season)(Broncos) 11. Locke(clubless) 12.Robinson(solid, doesn't have that spark or playmaking finesse, however when he has good games he is extremely good, nevertheless reliable utility) 12. Minichiello(very solid season. one of the safest, did his job. however doesn't have that attacking ability. just great work ethic and leader) 13. Hoffman(plays great at wing. will flourish at another club. saw glimpses of ability e.g vs Eels) 14. Moylan(early days. will rise up expect) 15. Tedesco(early days) 16. Zillman(improved. good positional play, good stats this year, fast however can't put him above other fullbacks) 17. Coote(once again hard to rank. been out very long. may have lost touch. not as good as fullbacks above IMO) I expect Tuivasa-Sheck will become fullback next year and will rate highly on the list, will become dangerous fullback in future. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is a fullback but hard to crack the Panthers backline, very impressive youth. he is a gun. Milford MAY play fullback and is he does he will crack the list, very versatile player extremely impressive young talent. Tomkins can go either way, unfortunately his talent may not be extracted by Elliott. Lots of talent in Warriors squad e.g. Matulino, Mateo, Hurrell, Johnson but have a crap coach. If they get a good coach and he does what Robinson did to the likes of Hargreaves, Tupou, Guerra, Cordner and unlocked their potential they'll be top 3 side for sure.