The 2018 season was a year of discovery for Danny Levi.
Following the arrival of Slade Griffin, the former New Zealand international started the year in the ISP NSW side.
Levi would let his football do the talking and worked his way back into the team.
The 23-year-old then went on to feature in 17 games for the Knights.
Levi finished the season with five try assists and was one of the Club's best defenders.
Brown’s positional plan for Mann
He averaged 31.4 tackles a game and took 535 for the season.
Moment of the Year: Round 18 v Parramatta Eels
In the Round 18 clash against the Eels, the Knights were coming off a bye and welcoming halfback Mitchell Pearce and monster forward Daniel Saifiti back from injury.
It was a packed house at McDonald Jones Stadium and the Eels came out of the gates firing, leading 10-0 early in the contest.
Mann's goal for 2019
But alongside Pearce and Saifiti, Levi helped the Knights crawl back into the match and eventually guiding them to an 18-16 victory.
Levi finished the game having played 80 minutes, making 42 tackles, and running for 93 metres.
Avg running metres: 36.8m
Tackles made: 535 (92.8% efficiency)
Try/LB assists: 5/5
Tackle breaks: 13