The Gold Coast Titans have secured a key part of their next generation, signing young-gun Jayden Campbell on a long-term deal.
The 21-year-old, who made his NRL debut earlier this year, has now signed on until the end of 2024.
Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says Campbell’s more than proved himself in his four games this year.
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“It’s great news for the club,” Holbrook said about the signing.
“Obviously Preston (Campbell) is his dad and our club’s number one player, but Jayden has earned this in his own right and shown in his four games of NRL what he is capable of.
“He’ll only get better over the next few years and it’s exciting to know that we’ve got a great local junior coming through who will be great for our club.”
This year on the field, Campbell’s averaged 144 running metres per game, with two try assists, three tries and 19 tackle breaks, all within just four matches.