Kade Snowden: Probably the only one who went on to have a good career and good player even with his injuries. But that had more to do with lasting longer because of the Sharks peptide program then anything it seems. Clint Newton: One dimesional empty, stats forward. Looked good running lines off Joeys passes, little impact, terrible hands. Was good for 1-2 errors a game in the ESL. Not really starter's calibre Josh Perry: Good player, not fantastic as above one dimensional. Didn't have great impact towards the end of his time at the Knights. Went ok in a strong Manly pack playing off Brent Kite. Adam Woolnough: Similar to the above, good bloke, okay player. Disappointing impact for a guy his size. Not really first grade guy or starter calibre. Todd Lowrie: Average player, reserve grade quality. Looks better in a hot team (see 2009 Eels) George Carmont: Average, only in first grade because Hughes/Tahu/ODavis all left in succession. Nothing to write home about. Never really kicked off after the Knights Tighe: Good player, not a permanent first grade but good fill in. Had nice athleticism and speed. Went ok at the Panthers Hinton/Quigley: Reserve grade standard, only in firsts due to injuries, careers never kicked off outside the Knights. Seage: Disappeared off the face of the earth? Tanner: Like most of our forwards, empty stats guy, tackling machine, little impact, average, never kicked off outside the Knights Reynoldson: Not a local but rightfully got the arse for pretty much the same reasons the rest of our forwards did. White: Went ok for a bit but probably a disappointing career for a guy his size. Milton Thaiday: Was a nice find at the time, not sure why Smith didn't rate him but I guess having Gidley has a ball running 5/8 who could carry the ball back strongly was probably a better option. Right call by Smith as his career never really kicked off outside the Knights. Most looking good because of Joey. Id say he did a fair good job cleaning the crap out IMO.