Harry Grant and Louis Geraghty have earned selection in the Queensland Under-20 Emerging Origin squad.
The squad will be coached by Maroons legend Justin Hodges at a four-day camp to be held at the Queensland Academy of Sport from Thursday, January 18 until Sunday, January 21.
All players selected have shown potential to one day represent Queensland in the State of Origin arena.
Both Grant and Geraghty have come through the Melbourne Storm Under-20s program.
Grant was named the RLPA NYC Player of the Year in 2017 after captaining the Thunderbolts this season.
Geraghty also had an impressive season, stepping up to Queensland Cup level to play with feeder side Sunshine Coast Falcons.
Victorian junior Antonio Sanele, who plays his football for Sunbury Tigers, was also named in the Queensland Under-18s Emerging Origin squad.
Queensland Under 20 Emerging Origin squad 2018
Tom Flegler – Brisbane Broncos
Pat Carrigan – Brisbane Broncos
Sam Johnstone – South Sydney Rabbitohs
Tom Mikaele – Wests Tigers
Tom Skinner – Penrith Panthers
Eddie Blacker – Brisbane Broncos
Logan Bayliss - NQ Cowboys
Corey Horsburgh – Canberra Raiders
Apiata Noema – Gold Coast Titans
Louis Geraghty – Melbourne Storm
Nathan Barrett – NQ Cowboys
J'maine Hopgood – Penrith Panthers
Jake Clifford – NQ Cowboys
AJ Brimson – Gold Coast Titans
Lachlan Lam – Sydney Roosters
Gerome Burns – Brisbane Broncos
Murray Taulagi – NQ Cowboys
Enari Tuala- NQ Cowboys
Gehamat Shibasaki – Brisbane Broncos
Tristan Sailor – St George Illawarra Dragons
Kurt Wiltshire – NQ Cowboys
Corey Allan – Brisbane Broncos
Harry Grant – Melbourne Storm
Brent Woolf – Brisbane Broncos
Ronaldo Mulitalo – Cronulla Sharks
Michael Carroll – NQ Cowboys