Sensational Newcomers in the National Rugby League 2021

The NRL tournament for the 2021 season is just around the corner. Every year players from each time sign off. Young recruits enter the team and into their first-grade side.

Rookie players gain attention from Rugby enthusiasts as their first season determines their career potential.

In the last season, newcomers like Payne Haas, Bronson Xerri, Ryan Papenhuyzen, and Maika Sivo gained fame and success.

Here is a list of up-and-coming players who will be influencing the NRL odds in the 2021 season:

Brandon Wakeham

Kieran Foran’s long-term shoulder injury gave an opening to the young player. The 21-year-old player appeared in three NRL matches last season and ended up with a Golden Boot nomination. Canterbury Bulldogs’ halfback Brent Sherwin has been training the player who dreams of a spot in the round one team.

Harry Rushton:

The 19-years old player is an English recruit who has joined the Canberra Raiders for the season. Raiders fans expect Rushton to follow his former team players George Williams, Ryan Sutton, and John Bateman.

Tesi Niu:

The 19-years old rookie player gave his grand debut performance for the Brisbane Broncos last season. The Broncos look forward to the flair and skill of Niu to help them with a come-back from last season’s horror show.

Josh Schuster:

Manly Sea Eagles have recruited the 19 years-old player who is full of energy and determination. The skilled back-rower stunned audiences with his stellar performance last season and has raised the odds this season. Schuster will be battling against Kieran Foran and Dylan Walker for the number six spot.

Dom Young:

The English player gave his debut performance in the Super League with two games for Huddersfield. Young’s muscle build and speed are seen as a welcome addition to the NRL this season. The 19-years old rookie will be playing for the Newcastle Knights.

Jake Averillo:

One of the most awaited players in the NRL 2021 is Averillo. The 20-year-old player played with the Bulldogs last season when fans noted the young player for his versatility and strategic skills. Averillo might take on a starting halves role alongside Kyle Flanagan this season.

Franklin Pele:

Pete is a front-rower joining the Cronulla Sharks for NRL 2021. The player is part of the top 30 rosters in the team. Fans compare the young player to Payne Haas in terms of his skills. The massive physical build of Pele with a weight of 132 kg is an extraordinary addition to the Sharks.

David Fifita:

The 20 years-old player is a budding rookie joining the Gold Coast Titans this year. Fans regard the back-rower for his speed and footwork. Fifita is the fierce player to boost the odds for the Gold Coast Titans in the 2021 season.

Harry Grant:

Harry Grant displays immense promise to take over the highly coveted number nine spot from legendary player Cameron Smith. Fans will be keenly watching the 22-year-old sport throughout the NRL 2021 season. He played with the Tigers in 2020 and gave an outstanding debut performance. The young Melbourne Storms player has the potential to fill the void left by Smith.

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

The rookie addition to North Queensland Cowboys is the 19-year-old Tabuai-Fidow displaying exceptional talent. Rugby enthusiasts noted the electric performance by the young player in the NRL Nines Tournament last season. The player is looking at a spot on the wing or full-back for the 2021 season with the Cowboys.