At just 2% ownership, Twal impressed with 78 points in 53-minutes
including just one linebreak.
Twal has always had potential to be a great POD in SuperCoach,
but this year he looks much slimmer and faster than the past few seasons.
Twal also looked to have added a little step to his repertoire which may be an impactful tool in wrongfooting some tired forwards late in games.
BENJI MARSHALL ($469,600)
Wow, what a performance. He looked like the Benji of old, scoring
93 points with a try and two try-assists and had a hand in anything that looked
good for the Tigers.
At just 1.8% ownership, with the added bonus of goal-kicking,
Benji could be the ultra-POD that puts you ahead of the pack.
JAHROME HUGHES ($524,000)
Hughes looked dangerous every time he touched the ball. He produced 82 points which consisted of two try-assists, 28 tackles and two forced dropouts. I can see serious appeal in Hughes considering he’s only 2% ownership.