Boyd Cordner, Angus Crighton and Victor Radley are the three best specialist second rowers in the NRL (Tyson Frizell is a utility forward, not a specialist second rower). The problem with having the three best specialist second rowers in the NRL is that the interchange will be reduced to six in 2019. Four of those interchanges will have to be props rotation. So how do you interchange the three best second rowers, and not your hooker, when there are only two interchanges left for the coach? This is especially a problem because the Roosters first choice hooker Jake Friend is in decline and needs to have a replacement towards the end of each game. The current hooker replacement PNG rep hooker Kurt Baptiste is very good and adds value to the team. The Roosters will not want to lose either Boyd Cordner or Angus Crighton (currently NSW second rowers), nor Victor Radley (currently only 20 years old), who is likely to become the world's best second rower in 2019 or 2020.