Seven senior players have been brought in from other clubs and Rhinos are also expected to promote several academy youngsters into the full-time group when their 2024 squad numbers are announced this week.
A lot could happen between now and the start of the season, which is likely to be in early-February, but here’s how Rhinos could line up in round one.
1. Full-back: Lachie Miller
The Aussie has been brought in from Newcastle Knights as first-choice and, with Richie Myler and Luke Hooley having left the club, has no experienced competition for the role. Photo: Brendon Thorne
2. Wing: David Fusitu'a
Finished last season with a hat-trick and will be a first-choice selection whenever fit. Photo: Leeds Rhinos
3. Centre: Harry Newman
Played well for England and, if he gets through pre-season unscathed, will want to carry that form into the new season. Photo: Leeds Rhinos
4. Centre: Paul Momirovski
The Aussie won't arrive in England until the new year, but Rhinos aren't bringing him over from Sydney Roosters to sit on the sidelines. Photo: David Rowland/www.photosport.nz
5. Wing: Ash Handley
Foot and wrist injuries kept him out of this autumn's Test series, but he's hoping to be fully fit for the start of the 2024 campaign. Photo: Leeds Rhinos
6. Stand-off: Brodie Croft
Could play six or seven, but stand-off seems most likely. Photo: Matthew Merrick/Leeds Rhinos