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There are fewer things more exciting that seeing a boy become a man at the elite level.

With a Premiership already to his name after just 15 career games heading into the 2018 season, you would have thought there was a chance Curtis Scott could be prone to complacency. However it became apparent early on this year that there was no chance of that happening.

Scott played 24 games this year as he owned the No.4 purple jersey on the left edge of the Storm line.

He almost reached 2,500 total metres for the year whilst scoring nine tries to make his combination with Josh Addo-Carr (23 tries) dangerous once again.

Scott also put pen to paper in the middle of the year on a new three-year deal that will keep him in Melbourne until at least the end of 2021.

Games played Tries Line breaks Tackles made Running metres 
 24  9  7  255  2,480
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