Hull FC have secured the services of talented Bradford-born centre Cameron Scott.
The 17-year-old signed for the Bulls’ scholarship programme last season, and also played for England Youth against France in 2016.
Hull allegedly fought off competition from Wigan, St Helens and Warrington for Scott’s capture.
Posting on his Facebook page Cameron said, “I’m proud to have signed a first team contract with Hull FC.
“I’m looking forward to the new challenge. I owe a lot to Bradford for the work they did with me, but I felt it was my time to move on. I’m looking forward to the next step with Hull.”
Bobby Stewart, a Bulls fan, who has watched him at both Bradford and at his ameteur side Wyke said, “He is an excellent player. He will be a big loss to the Bulls but a great gain for Hull.
“He plays at centre but has played at fullback for Bradford. At Wyke he played in the halves. He has a big future ahead and will only get better.”