Versatility is often a key asset inside a Super League squad and can carry a side to Super League glory.
So, here are the five most versatile players currently in Super League.
5. Sam Wood – Hull KR
Capable of playing on the wing, centre and even in the pack, Sam Wood’s versatility has been key for both Huddersfield Giants and Hull KR in his career which is only going to get better and he will likely add more positions to his CV.
4. Jack Broadbent – Castleford Tigers
One of the Tigers’ new recruits can play anywhere in the backs. He has played fullback, wing, centre and in the halves as he did against Featherstone Rovers on his Tigers’ debut.
3. Stefan Ratchford – Warrington Wolves
Like Broadbent, Ratchford has played everywhere in the backs and has even swapped from the number one shirt to the number four shirt in 2023. He has been key to plenty of Warrington’s major moments in the past decades playing in different roles.
2. Jack Welsby – St Helens
Another man who has played everywhere in the backs but Welsby has done minutes at loose-forward in the past. This is because of his physicality, strength and speed.
1. Liam Sutcliffe – Hull FC
Topping Welsby, Sutcliffe has played in every role in the backs as well as a ball playing loose-forward but what sees Sutcliffe top this list is his minutes as a second row too.