Young Jayden has started his NRL career at the same club his Dad, Preston Campbell, finished his career a decade ago.
He sat down with titans.com.au to chat all about his own goals and what he remembers of those early Titans days (watch above)
Jayden who's finishing his second off-season at the Titans is very excited to play football this year after a Covid-disrupted 2020.
"To play NRL would it be awesome but playing NRL in the same club as your old man that'd be even better." Campbell said.
Has your Dad given you some words of advice?
He's pretty quiet when it comes to these things, he would give me few words of advice there...He's pretty good (to learn from).
What do you think of your Father's achievements at the Titans?
He's done a lot, not just for me but for the Club as well. I think he was the first player to be signed here, so it's pretty big.
What's your preferred position?
Fullback or wing are my favourite positions.
Which players have you been able to learn the most from?
AJ (Brimson) and Corey Thompson have been helping me a lot, showing me little things that I could be doing. Same with all the coaches.
What's your goal for the '21 season?
My goal is to play good, consistent footy, hopefully play few games of Q Cup and see what happens from there.
What is your first memory of the Titans?
My earliest memory of the Gold Coast Titans would be probably the first game up to Brisbane against the Dragons. It was a close game, I'm pretty sure the boys lost by two points.