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27th January 2017, 15:15 | dreamteam
A key component of a successful Dream Team is selecting those players who at times go under the radar with their performances but pick up vital points for your team each week.
Heading into his sixth season with Castleford, Grant Millington has become one of the side’s most integral and experienced players.
The 30-year-old forward made 2314 metres and 612 tackles last season as well as having the most carries and offloads at the club.
Millington may not always make the headlines but he could be a vital player in your Dream Team.
Selecting prolific scoring wingers is vital for securing Dream Team points and Catalans’ Jodie Broughton could be an excellent choice for your team.
After a difficult two seasons with Huddersfield, Broughton has kick-started his career in the south of France and crossed for 19 tries last campaign.
The winger also made 2526 metres earning a lot of points going forward and would be a great addition to your side.
George Griffin’s performances for Salford in 2016 may have gone under the radar for most but his efforts didn’t go unnoticed by the Red Devils’ coaches, players and fans.
The prop made 1901 metres and 759 tackles as well as popping up with four tries for Ian Watson’s side.
Griffin will again be an integral part of a menacing Salford forward unit and could pick up valuable Dream Team points.
George Griffin's high work-rate is a real advantage in Dream Team
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With fellow second-rower Ben Currie’s phenomenal year for Warrington last season most of Jack Hughes’ performances went unnoticed.
The 25-year-old was one of the Wolves’ most consistent performers making 1864 metres and 734 tackles.
Hughes will be hoping to add to the four tries he scored last season and could be a great addition to your Dream Team.
Selecting your hooker is one of the most important Dream Team decisions to make and Widnes’ Lloyd White represents a cheaper but effective option.
The Wales international made 1794 metres and 121 dummy runs in 2016 as well as making 896 tackles.
White also scored six tries for the Vikings last season and could be a strong, alternative option for your team.