Sheffield Tigers centre James Broadley, who has scored more than 20 tries for the club this season, is one of five new signings which have been confirmed by Rotherham Titans.
Broadley, one of the best attacking players in National Two North, has been in outstanding form for the Tigers this year and is currently playing for Yorkshire in the Bill Beaumont Cup.
He joins another player from the same league, Hull RUFC scrum half Dan White, who has also agreed to join the Clifton Lane side which finished seventh in the Championship.
New Titans coach Lee Blackett has also recruited another centre, Lloyd Hayes, from Chester who made an impressive debut for Rotherham earlier this year.
Hayes marked his first appearance by scoring a try against Welsh club Aberavon at Clifton Lane in January in the British and and Irish Cup as the Titans won 49-7.
The Chester centre came on trial and so impressed Rotheram’s coaches that it was not long before contract negotiations were opened.
Titans have also captured hookers Ben Sowery and Tom Cruse.