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Matt Moylan finds the pass. Photo by Jeff Lambert (Penrith Panthers)

Panthers fullback Matt Moylan has earned selection for NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley's 2016 Emerging Blues camp.
The talented squad will come together at ANZ Stadium on Saturday (January 16) at a camp designed to provide players with an insight into what it takes to play State of Origin for New South Wales.
"These guys are players who are obviously very talented and we believe they have the potential to be Origin players," Daley said.
"It’s nice for them to be able to come into our environment and see how we go about things.
"Hopefully they will get something out of the camp and it makes them more determined to be a part of the 2016 Holden State of Origin series."
Other noteworthy selections include James Tedesco, Adam Reynolds, Dylan Walker and Tyson Frizell.
The one-day camp covers a number of aspects including physical and mental preparation as well as team culture.
"The camp will give these players an indication of what we are all about," Daley said.
"If they make the side it helps them walk into an environment they are somewhat familiar with – so when they arrive in camp they know what we do and how we go about it."
2016 Emerging Blues squad:

James Roberts         Brisbane Broncos 
Blake Austin             Canberra Raiders 
Jack Wighton           Canberra Raiders
Aiden Tolman          Canterbury Bulldogs
Wade Graham         Cronulla Sharks
Ryan James            Gold Coast Titans 
Dylan Walker           Manly Sea Eagles
Tariq Sims               Newcastle Knights
Nathan Peats          Parramatta Eels
Matt Moylan            Penrith Panthers
Alex Johnston         South Sydney Rabbitohs
Adam Reynolds      South Sydney Rabbitohs 
Tyson Frizell           St George Illawarra Dragons
Jack De Belin          St George Illawarra Dragons
Blake Ferguson       Sydney Roosters 
Kane Evans             Sydney Roosters 
James Tedesco       Wests Tigers 

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Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.