NRL.com have ranked their Top 50 Players from season 2016 - And four of your Rabbitohs have made it into the list.

Check out how your men in Red & Green stack up against the game's elite.

Do you agree with the list? Who should be there who isn't?

 

NRL.com's Top 50

50. Lachlan Coote 
49. Bryce Cartwright
48. Josh Mansour 
47. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
46. Ben Hunt 
45. Matt Moylan 

 

44. Adam Reynolds 

The new NSW halfback has had an injury-affected season but possesses one of the best kicking games in rugby league – both from the goal-kicking tee and in general play. 

 

43. Josh Jackson 
42. Issac Luke 
41. Tyson Frizell
40. Josh McGuire

39. Robbie Farah

Last season Robbie Farah was pushing for a place in NRL.com's top 10; this year he's fallen out of the Wests Tigers' first-grade 17. Still, the NSW hooker remains one of the most dominant rakes in the game – a fact which didn't gel with Jason Taylor's gameplan at the Tigers. Strong out of dummy-half and with a quality kicking game, Farah is also a tireless defender – no player played more minutes or made more tackles for the Blues in this year's State of Origin series.

 

38. Ben Barba
37. Trent Merrin
36. Brett Morris
35. James Tamou
34. Wade Graham
33. Josh Dugan
32. Tohu Harris
31. Josh Papalii
30. Semi Radradra
29. Jake Friend
28. James Maloney
27. Michael Ennis
26. Simon Mannering
25. Anthony Milford
24. Boyd Cordner
23. Daly Cherry-Evans
22. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
21. Michael Morgan
20. Jarryd Hayne
19. Andrew Fifita
18. Aaron Woods
17. Josh Hodgson


16. Greg Inglis

It hasn't been a year to remember for Inglis, once regarded as one of the game's top five players. His Rabbitohs side slumped to a 12th-placed finish despite ending the year with four straight wins, and Inglis wasn't his usual barnstorming self at fullback. Regardless, the 35-Test veteran is still a walk-up starter for Queensland and Australia and at full fitness remains one of the best players on the planet.

15. James Tedesco
14. Matthew Scott

13. Sam Burgess

Rated the third-best player in the game by NRL.com in 2014 after leading the Rabbitohs to the NRL Grand Final – a few days before he won the Clive Churchill Medal in one of the toughest grand final appearances in recent memory – Burgess remains a powerhouse player after returning to league following a stint in English rugby. He hasn't been the one-man saviour Souths fans hoped for but he did get through a mountain of work, ranking third in the league for total runs, fourth for offloads and 14th for tackles.

12. Billy Slater
11. Darius Boyd
10. Corey Parker
9. Jason Taumalolo
8. Matt Gillett
7. Paul Gallen
6. Shaun Johnson
5. James Graham
4. Jesse Bromwich
3. Cooper Cronk
2. Johnathan Thurston
1. Cameron Smith