Featherstone have snapped up young centre Ben Hellewell from Warrington on a two-year deal.
Hellewell, 20, has spent time on loan with York this season, scoring one try in seven games, but failed to make a first team appearance for the Wolves.
Rovers Head Coach Daryl Powell said: "Ben is an exciting young talent, physically he is has the right attributes, he is tall, rangy and athletic. He is a player with Super League qualities and ability. He hasn't played there yet, but he certainly will do in the future and hopefully that will be with Featherstone Rovers."
Hellwell is a Scotland international, and originally came through the ranks at Bradford.
He added: "I'm really looking forward to joining Featherstone Rovers for the next two years. Rovers are a highly ambitious club who are making great strides both on and off the field, so this was an easy decision to make. Daryl Powell is a fantastic coach and I think under Daryl and Ryan Sheridan my game will improve."
Salford Marwan Koulash owner says he will make a decision on his future ownership of the club at the end of this season.
Businessman Gary Dickenson is set to have talks with the RFL and chairman John Guildford about taking over the York City Knights.
Wales Under-16s enjoyed a fine win over Catalans Dragons Under-16 at Parc Stebonheath in Llanelli on Sunday.