In just 24 games Curtis Scott has gone from unknown rookie to Premiership and in the next month or two could well and Origin representative to the list.
The 20-year-old has built an impressive resume is such a short space of time.
Scott has entrenched himself in the centres in on the Storm left edge and has done so in a manner not built on youthful, flashy brilliance but rather hard-nosed, defensive resilience.
Match: Storm v Sea Eagles
Round 11 -
Venue: AAMI Park
He has shown he can handle the pressure of first grade, so much so that several experts have thrown his name up as a potential debutant in Brad Fitler's new-look New South Wales.
Scott has even got the nod of the man he may well come up against should he earn a spot in rugby league's fiercest rivalry.
"He deserves it, he's been a good footballer and a consistent footballer," Will Chambers said.
"I know we are out of sight and out of mind down here when it comes to Origin but Curtis Scott is ready. You saw when it came to the big stage last year in the Grand Final how well he went. He is built for it, he is a tough footy player and deserves his shot.
"Whether it is game one, two or three, he deserves his shot."
Storm Media: William Chambers