As well as our Five Questions with Cudjoe, Leroy kindly agreed to take on some extra questions from you, the fans. We picked five of the best and passed them on to Captain Cudj - check them out!
If you didn't play rugby what would you do? (from Julie Martyn on Facebook)
I'm not sure what I'd be doing to be honest, I'd like to think I would have done something within sports, as it's something I love.
Which young stars at the Giants - academy or first teamers - are you looking forward to seeing moving up the ranks and getting more game time? (from Mark Wilkinson on Facebook)
We've got a great set of younger lads in the academy that are going to be great players, and Robbo is doing super job with them. But I'd like to say Matty English and Sam Wood. Matty has had a great preseason and played very well, while Sam - who has played a fair few games - has really matured and put on some size which will give him some confidence. I believe he will be great for us this year.
What's your proudest moment in your career to date? (from Izzy Blundell on Facebook)
Proudest moment to date is a tough one. As a kid playing sport all you want to do is represent your country and I've been fortunate to do that which was a proud moment for me and my family. But also winning the League Leaders for the club; being a part of history with my hometown club is something I'm very proud of and keen to create more history by winning a big final.
If you could pick any rugby player to join the Giants who would it be and why? (from @XXLidzXX on Twitter)
Jason Taumalolo. He's a monster and will only get better. I rate him as the best forward in the game at this moment in time.
With all the talk around expanding Super League to 14 next year, you've played over the course of your career under Promotion, Relegation, Million Pound Games and 6, 8 & 4 team playoffs. Which system do you think is the best you've played under? (from @conormismyname on Twitter)
I preferred the franchise system, as it allows a club to build long term and really put a focus on developing youth. Clubs should have to meet certain requirements to be able to play in the elite competition.