We knew this guy was pretty good before Wednesday night, but jeeeez.
Let's have a look at this.
56 minutes, 80 metres gained, 2 line breaks, 2 line break assists, 33 tackles & 1 try.
He's the NRL's Dally M Rookie of the Year for 2020 and now he gets to go to Byron Bay for a few days with Cameron Munster.
Life is pretty good!
We knew he was pretty good, but in just 56 minutes on Wednesday night, Harry Grant announced himself as the Maroons Hooker for the next 30-40 years.
Is there another dynasty brewing potentially?
Ponga, Munster, DCE & Grant is a nice start and Queensland's young forward pack certainly didn't take a backward step last night.
Ahhh the mighty maroons!
For Harry Grant, well if it wasn't for the performance of Cameron Munster, you could argue that Grant was close to man of the match in his debut origin.
That's right, best on the park, off the bench and having only played 56 minutes.
Cameron Munster was pretty bloody good but! You can read about that here!
We all know the story of Grant, playing this year with the Tigers and now heading back to link up with the Storm for season 2021.
How about the Storm? Seriously.
Cameron Smith gone, well you'd think so at least. They wave goodbye to him and thank him for his service and then replace him with Harry Grant.
That's a bit unfair!
Harry Grant, he's something pretty special.
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