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Campbell commits to Titans long-term

Exciting Titans prospect Jayden Campbell has committed to the Gold Coast Titans on a long-term deal that will see him stay at the club until the end of the 2024 season.

Moving through the Titans Junior System and then into the NRL development squad, Campbell will move into the Titans top-30 rostered players.

The 21-year-old made his NRL debut in round 13 against Melbourne, impressing in his four games so far in the top grade.

Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says Campbell was a key signing for the club.

“It’s great news for the club,” Holbrook said.

“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.”

Campbell made his Intrust Super Cup debut for Tweed Seagulls in 2021, quickly impressing and earning himself a call-up to the NRL squad.

In his four games at fullback for the Titans, Campbell has averaged 144 running metres per game, with two try assists, three tries and 19 tackle breaks.