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Campbell's electrifying first full year puts him in contention

It was quite the sight to see another Campbell don the sky blue and gold for another full season with the Gold Coast Titans.

Although affected by a rib and hamstring injury throughout the year, when the electrifying No. 1 was on the field, he was an excitement machine.

The son of a gun made a huge impact when on the field this season and because of this, has made the Paul Broughton Medal top four in his first full year at the top level.

Will his moments of brilliance see him claim his first player of the year honours?

See below for's review of the fullback's season.

By the numbers

Games: 14
Tries: 4
Try assists: 4
Tackle breaks: 72
Line breaks: 4
Most metres in a game: 266 (R10)
Avg. running metres: 147
Avg. tackles per game: 6
Tackle efficiency: 86%

Standout stat

Avg. 5 tackle breaks per game

It's indisputable Campbell's best asset is his running game and the ability to break tackles... it's why he is such a lethal threat out the back for the Titans.

The elusive No. 1 has made a knack of dodging and weaving past defensive lines all season, amassing a whopping 72 tackle breaks from only 14 appearances.

With an average of five tackle breaks per game, his busting ability mixed with his ability to make metres would've been front of mind for many opposition coaches.

Campbell unstoppable in broken play

Best game

Round 10 v Dragons

Having been sidelined for six weeks due to a rib injury, Campbell returned to the NRL for Magic Round and boy was his first game back an absolute beauty, earning him three Paul Broughton Medal points.

In a golden-point thriller at Suncorp Stadium, the 22-year-old made 266 metres, a line break, 13 tackle breaks and played a huge part in the Titans' classic win against the Dragons. 

It was the speedster's running game that was most impressive, with his highlight of the match when he beat five defenders to make a classic line break that will be replayed for years to come.

Honourable mention: Round 25 v Warriors

Jayden Campbell a welcome addition

The 2022 Paul Broughton Medal will be announced on Thursday night.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.