This was an interesting read from an origin article. Hurrell is fifth in the CVR ratings.
Of the top 50 NRL players this season, based on Sports Data's 'contributor value ranking' system, only nine are Queenslanders and NSW will boast a higher ranked fullback, wing, hooker, lock and prop.
Robbie Farah is statistically the NRL's leading player this season. Photo: Getty Images
Blues hooker Robbie Farah is rated the No.1 player in the NRL ahead of NSW captain Paul Gallen, according to his CVR per game .
South Sydney's Sam and George Burgess are third and fourth respectively, with Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell fifth.
Injured Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco and Penrith winger Josh Mansour are ahead of the highest ranked Queenslander, prop Matt Scott, who is eighth.
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That's pretty insane. I'm not sure exactly how the CVR's work, but they're comprehensive, right? They take into account every aspect of an individuals performance. They're used by coaches, etc
If Konnie has the 5th highest CVR, not as a centre, but in the NRL, that's incredible. Just goes to show the kind of potential he has if he can become a true 80 minute player; could be one of the best fullstop.