Five NRL players will be named in the latest FourFourtwo Top 30 list for the 2017 season.
The list includes players who have played their entire career in the NRL, and players who are now in the senior side, or who are about to be.
The list features players from the past five years, along with players from four of the past six seasons.
Here’s a look at the top 20 players in the league:The list also includes players from all four of last year’s premierships, as well as the club they represent.
For the 2017 list, the FourFour2.com team went through a number of criteria to determine which players had the best career.
It was the first time the list was produced, and the team went back through all the previous lists and selected the players based on their performances in 2017.
We also looked at player age to determine how many years the player has been playing, along the lines of how long they have been playing the game.
Players on the list are not necessarily ranked by how well they performed in 2017, but by how many of their years in the top tier of NRL players, they would have played.
There were five players on the team that were not included in the previous list, including the players who made their NRL debuts last year.
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Players like Kieran Foran, Adam Blair, Sam Burgess, Corey Norman and Luke Keary were all in the Top 20 for the previous year, while Josh Dugan was just outside the top 30.
The four players in question are the same three players who had the top score in each of the last four seasons, and they all played their last NRL game in 2017 after just three seasons in the game, with Foran also missing out due to injury.
The most notable omission from the list is a player who has been in the same position for a long time, and is now a long-term member of the squad.
The likes of Cameron Smith, Jarrod Croker, Jordan Rapana and James Tamou are the only players to make the Top 10 list, but only because they were in the position they played for last year, and that was when the team was in the premiership.
Ripley, Jones, Foran and Keary also have the distinction of being the last players to leave the club to sign with the Gold Coast Titans, and are still in the side.
The rest of the list also features some of the best young players in recent memory.
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