With just over a month until the planned resumption of the NRL competition, we continue our look at the five players we'd bring back from a club's history.

When making these decisions, we're not just picking the five best players from the club. We're picking players who would slot into the current squad to help deliver a premiership.

For instance Laurie Dailey and Mal Meninga would be the first two players picked, but the Raiders have a weaponary centre pairing and an Origin level five-eighth, whereas a club legend could replace a rookie winger.

As always, please let us know who you would bring back to take the Raiders that one result further:.

See also - If we could bring back 5 players from: Cronulla Sharks, New Zealand Warriors, Canterbury Bulldogs, North Queensland Cowboys

3. Brett Mullins

Likely the second best fullback in club history after Gary Beltcher, Mullins pips his fellow custodian here through his versatility, claiming a position on the wing.

A wing partnership of Nick Cotric and Brett Mullins is the stuff dreams are made of.

Mullins is undoubtedly my favourite ever Raider. Growing up in the early and mid 90s, Mullins was on every highlights video for the then Winfield Cup. At the time if you'd asked me who the fastest man in the world was, it was the Canberra fullback/winger all day every day.

He scored 105 times in his 183 games for the Green Machine while obtaining 15 rep jerseys for the Blues and Kangaroos across ARL and Super League.

During the Raiders 1994 Premiership year Mullins scored 24 tries, including back to back four try efforts. Incredible!