Undeniably one of the most powerful and damaging wingers in the modern game. Josh is consistently at the top of the League in line breaks, only finishing the year behind Dally M winner Jason Taumalolo in metres gained in 2016. He was named as ‘NYC Player of the Year’ at the Rabbitohs and the ‘Winger of the Year’ in 2010, before graduating to his Club’s full-time squad in 2011. He made his move to the Panthers at the end of the 2011 season and made his NRL Debut in 2012 for the club against the Melbourne Storm, scoring a try. He was named the Club’s Rookie of the Year after 14 appearances. After an outstanding 2014 season where he topped the Panthers try-scoring list, Josh was selected to play for Australia in the Four Nations, playing a total of four games. An injury riddled 2015 was a small bump in the road for Josh, as he came back in 2016 a man possessed. His outstanding year culminated in him once again being selected for Australia, on top of making 3 appearances for the NSW Blues and being named in the Dally M ‘Team of the Year’.