Greatest player in SuperCoach NRL now greatest analyst
Corey Parker needs no introduction as a Broncos and Queensland great. But his standing as the KFC SuperCoach "God" - the greatest SuperCoach player of all time - has earned him cult status.
Now God himself has turned his hand to taking down the disciples he provided so much joy for as a player, signing on as KFC SuperCoach ambassador for 2020.
As a Broncos assistant and Fox Sports commentator, Parker's inside knowledge is set to give him an edge over rival coaches.
He's already dropped plenty of hints in his initial team by investing in Broncos youngsters he watches at training, naming four Brisbane players aged 21 or under - Payne Haas, David Fifita, Kotoni Staggs and Xavier Coates.
CAMERON SMITH (Storm) $684,600
Obvious choice. Touches the ball as much as any player and is the key cog in one of the best attacking sides.
BLAYKE BRAILEY (Sharks) $201,000
The youngster has huge raps and finally gets his chance as starting hooker following brother Jayden's move to the Knights.
PAYNE HAAS (Broncos) $729,200
Another obvious choice. His numbers last year were frightening for a young player and he should be even better after another pre-season.
MOEAKI FOTUAIKA (Titans) $443,000
I'm a big fan and the Titans have a huge rap on him. He earned plenty of respect by pushing through injury at the end of last season despite his club having nothing to play for. Set for big minutes in 2020.
ZANE TETEVANO (Panthers) $310,700
Comes from a winning culture at the Roosters. The Panthers signed him for a reason so expect improved minutes with Reagan Campbell-Gillard gone.
LINDSAY COLLINS (Roosters) $201,000
Matured nicely at the Roosters last year. Should see an increased minutes this season with Tetevano having left.
JASON TAUMALOLO (Cowboys) $723,400
His accomplishments speak for themselves. There are big role changes in the Cowboys pack with a number of players leaving, but Taumalolo is still the focal point.
JAKE TRBOJEVIC (Sea Eagles) $583,900
The epitome of consistency - you know exactly what you get every week. Efficient in defence and always a threat in attack with second phase and a smart passing game.
DAVID FIFITA (Broncos) $501,900
The sky is the limit for this youngster after a breakout season. Still so young and starts at an attractive price after stints off the bench last season.
SITILI TUPOUNIUA (Roosters) $267,900
Starts cheap and offers the Roosters a point of difference with leg speed and second phase.
BILLY MAGOULIAS (Sharks) $221,700
Big man with plenty of skill. The Sharks have game time open following the exits of Paul Gallen, Matt Prior and Kurt Capewell.
TINO FA'ASUAMALEAUI (Storm) $217,500
Set to emerge as one of the cheapies of the year if he is released by the Storm to join the Titans, as rumoured.
MITCHELL MOSES (Eels) $579,300
Already one of the best halfbacks in the comp but could go to an extra level in 2020. The Eels are a good side and, when they win, Moses is generally the reason why.
JAROME LUAI (Panthers) $257,400
Bargain basement player set to explode in price as James Maloney's replacement. Good mates with halves partner Nathan Cleary.
JACK WIGHTON (Raiders) $497,000
Coming off a breakout season in both Origin and NRL and is set to go to another level this year.
PHOENIX CROSSLAND (Knights) $184,900
A placeholder for now but rumours suggest the youngster is well in the running for a halves spot at the Knights alongside Mitchell Pearce.
JARROD CROKER (Raiders) $494,900
A true professional. Always consistent in KFC SuperCoach as he scores tries, kicks goals and is efficient in defence.
KOTONI STAGGS (Broncos) $447,700
We got a glimpse into his immense talent last year and he'll be even better after another pre-season. Try-scorer, tackle buster and impossible to ignore at the price.
TOMMY TALAU (Tigers) $208,200
Bargain price and gunning for a starting centre spot at the Tigers.
BRADMAN BEST (Knights) $240,700
Bargain basement player tipped for a centre spot at the Knights. Only 18 but physically he looks like a seasoned NRL player.
JASON SAAB (Dragons) $271,100
Big, tall, rangy winger who impressed as a debutant last year. Will be a handful.
XAVIER COATES (Broncos) $203,500
Gifted athlete in the midst of a huge pre-season at the Broncos. His leaping try against the Sharks on debut last year was special.
MORGAN HARPER (Bulldogs) $227,700
Placeholder for now. Young gun hoping to slide into a backline spot at the Bulldogs.
TOM TRBOJEVIC (Sea Eagles) $714,800
Unbelievable player when on the park. Hopefully injury woes are behind him.
MOSES MBYE (Tigers) $377,200
An Origin player at an attractive price. Capable of playing most positions.