Ash Handley at Leeds Rhinos, Abbas Miski at Wigan Warriors, Matty Ashton at Warrington Wolves, Ryan Hall at Hull KR and Josh Charnley at Leigh Leopards; Super League is awash with talented wingers.
One of them has been Jermaine McGillvary at Huddersfield Giants but his legacy at the club is over with confirmation of his exit.
Asked about playing elsewhere, he said:
“Yeah, if it were full-time, yeah. It would be pretty hard for me to play part-time with my kids in the academies in Manchester, so training on an evening would probably be not doable for me.
“So I’m trying to look for a year deal, whether it be here or elsewhere, but I’m not sure that’s going to happen, so it’ll probably be me.
“Obviously I want to, I’d never say never. I definitely think he has done from what I’m hearing, I think I’m done here. But if there was an opportunity to go one year full-time somewhere as a backup to prove myself maybe, or just to help the younger lads or whatnot, I’d definitely be open to the opportunity.”
He seems set for a big move to a rival club and the rumour is he could be about to join Wakefield Trinity according to the Examiner Live.
McGillvary showed what he can do against Hull FC.
The Giants started well striking within the first four minutes through Jermaine McGillvary whose exit from the club looms.
This came as Kevin Naiqama batted the ball to the powerful winger with Jake Connor converting to make it 6-0.
Tex Hoy hit back after five minutes to level matters before former Giant Darnell McIntosh crossed to take the Black and Whites 10-6 ahead.
That was cancelled out by a try for Esan Marsters as he powered over from a crash ball likewise Seb Ikahihifo powered over from close range to make it 16-10 at halftime.
Just after halftime it was game back on as Andre Savelio scored to make it 16-14 but Kevin Naiqama hit back for the Giants to make it 22-14 this was when the Giants kicked on with Naiqama scoring a second after great play from Tui Lolohea.
Jake Connor was brilliant with the boot as he made it 28-14 with the boot and this lead extended with Will Pryce crossing for the sixth try from the Giants before the hour mark.
Like Naiqama, Pryce made it a quick fire brace this time coming from long range.
Kevin Naiqama then completed his hat trick of tries before McGillvary added to the Giants’ dominance.
Aptly Scott Taylor notched a last try on his final appearance at MKM Stadium.
This left the final score at 52-20. This performance shows that he will be a huge signing for any Super League club.