On Sunday, Titan #168 will run onto Cbus Super Stadium and in doing so will make his NRL and Club debut.
His name - Toby Sexton.
The young halfback is a player you'll hear plenty about in the coming years.
In the lead up to his debut against the Dragons on Sunday, we've let two of his team-mates do the talking.
Jarrod Wallace and Jaimin Jolliffe were both glowing in their praise for the playmaker, saying they're excited to be part of his debut game.
"He is a fantastic young kid and he seems to always have so much time with his hands at training.
"I think it will be an awesome opportunity for him and I definitely think he is ready.
"He puts his body on the line at training and he has got a great kicking game and he just seems to have the control always in his hands.
"He has got such a level head on his shoulders and I just think he will really enjoy it.
"I don't think anything will phase him in defence and I think he will be cool and calm in attack and I think it will really suit him and I think he will suit us and he'll control the game really well and keep it nice and simple.
"He's got great banter for a young kid and he is full of confidence, but he is also one of the guys that led out pre-season in fitness and he works super hard.
"What better way to debut than at Cbus in front of probably the whole of Palm Beach Currumbin High School who will come and support him and all of his family and friends.
"He's got the confidence to boss me and the other boys around, he knows his position in the team and he knows his role and what he needs to do.
"The boys really trust him, even though there are older and more experienced players, I don't think they'll have any trouble in being told what to do by young Sexy and we know that he will lead us in the right way."
"He's very impressive in and around training and he is very mature for his age.
"He's so calm and I think I heard J-Wal say that he has always got time with the ball and as a half he has that patience and understanding of the game and he always makes the right decisions.
"He has been playing some fantastic football in the Q-Cup for Tweed and he has been one of their best players week in and week out steering the ship around.
"I'm very excited to see how he goes.
"He's very comfortable with the group and I think that is a great thing.
"He is very outspoken and he has the trust in the boys and we trust in him.
"When he takes the field he will be loud and calling the shots and leading us around and I think he will be playing with a lot of confidence."
You can watch Sexton and the Titans play the St George Illawarra Dragons on Sunday at Cbus Super Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 1:50pm.