The Queensland Rugby League has announced the Queensland State of Origin Emerging Under-20 Squad for 2017.
Former Queensland Maroon Justin Hodges has come onto the staff and will join Queensland Kurt Wrigley in guiding the players during the camp next month.
The players will train at Griffith University and QSAC from January 19 to January 22.
A number of the selected players have already had a taste of the representative arena, having represented Queensland in the Under 20 interstate match against New South Wales in July, including this year's skipper Jaydn Su’A.
The Broncos forward and emerging Melbourne Storm half Brodie Croft have also made the step up to the NRL, making their debuts this season.
Queensland State of Origin Emerging Under 20 Squad
Corey Allan (Brisbane Broncos)
AJ Brimson (Gold Coast Titans)
Patrick Carrigan (Brisbane Broncos)
Reuben Cotter (NQ Cowboys)
Brodie Croft (Melbourne Storm)
Mitch Dunn (NQ Cowboys)
Harry Grant (Melbourne Storm)
Keegan Hipgrave (Brisbane Broncos)
Lachlan Lanskey (Brisbane Broncos)
Bernard Lewis (Sydney Roosters)
Jesse Marschke (Sydney Roosters)
Thomas Mikaele (Wests Tigers)
Haydyn O’Hara (Brisbane Broncos)
Keenan Palasia (Brisbane Broncos)
Cory Parker (Melbourne Storm)
Emry Pere (NQ Cowboys)
Hiale Roycroft (NQ Cowboys)
Bacho Salam (NQ Cowboys)
Phillip Sami (Gold Coast Titans)
William Samuel (Canberra Raiders)
Jesse Savage (Cronulla Sharks)
Gehamat Shibasaki (Brisbane Broncos)
Jaydyn Su’A (Brisbane Broncos)
Cameron Torpy (Brisbane Broncos)
Enari Tuala (NQ Cowboys)
Brent Woolf (Brisbane Broncos)
This article first appeared on QRL.com.au