Former Leeds Rhinos star Danny Buderus will be inducted into the NRL Hall of Fame.
Buderus spent three years with the Rhinos between 2009 and 2011 and was part of the club’s 2011 Grand Final winning squad.
He is one of four players to be inducted in the class of 2019, alongside Craig Young, Ruben Wiki and former Catalans scrum-half Stacey Jones.
The four will formally join the Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Sydney on Wednesday.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said: “All four of our player inductees will stand proudly alongside the 106 players who they will join in the Hall of Fame.
“These are some of the best players of their generations, and they will now join the best of the best.
“They each dominated their respective eras and commanded enormous respect. They still do.
“This year’s Hall of Fame class is an exceptional one. We will be recognising greatness when our latest Class are formally inducted.”