Part six of our Fantasy Radar feature focuses on a player who could give you major point scoring potential....
Coming in at Round 12 last year, Tyrell Fuimaono became a staple member of the first team playing across the back and also became a nice NRL Fantasy earner for money savvy coaches.
Total 2017 Fantasy Points
Key 2017 stats
86.6% Tackle efficiency, 93.8 Average running metres
Second row and Centres
Fuimaono offers what is the best possible attribute in NRL Fantasy, which is the dual position between the second row and the centres, plus his price could be fantastic value.
It’s a visa versa situation for Fuimaono, while offering the tantalizing prospect of gaining second row points while playing in the centres for Fantasy coaches, he can easily flip that its head. If he actually lines up in the centres for Souths, that would impact his scoring.
Fuimaono has the potential to be a great options in among your fantasy centres if he does line up in the back row. He's worth the risk coming back into his second season in the NRL, with the potential of getting even better.