Nick Youngquest (born 28 July 1983 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Castleford Tigers club of Europe's Super League. He previously played for Crusaders RL, Gateshead Thunder, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, St George Illawarra Dragons, Penrith Panthers and Bulldogs. He primarily plays on the wing.
In late 2007, Youngquest agreed to a one-year deal with the Wests Tigers, his fourth club in six years, but failed to make the NRL squad. Youngquest was released mid-way through the 2008 season and signed with the Bulldogs as a replacement for the released Cameron Phelps.
After failing to make an impact in the NRL after six seasons, he moved to play for the French rugby league team Salanque Meditérrannée PIA XIII (also known as the Pia Donkeys) following the conclusion of the 2008 NRL season.
In 2009, Nick Youngquest played for English Championship team; Gateshead Thunder, where he caught the eye of Brian Noble, the coach for Crusaders RL. Youngquest signed with the Crusaders shortly before the start of the 2010 Super League season.
2011 brought a move to Super League team Castleford Tigers, he possibly played his best rugby there making 40 appearances and scoring 29 tries and 2 goals. He scored his last try at the last home game of the season against Catalan Dragons.