From QRL.com.au (funny it didn't make the papers) EIGHTEEN of Queenslands finest young league players will share time with Wayne Bennett, as they take part in the 2005 Emerging State of Origin camp in Brisbane. Running from January 30 to February 2 the camp will prepare the states next wave of warriors for the ceaseless interstate battle against New South Wales. Since its inception, the Emerging Origin concept has worked wonderfully, with younger players more adequately prepared for the task at hand. In 2004 alone, Queensland had a number of rookie standouts, most notably Willie Tonga, Scott Prince, Billy Slater and Ben Ross. Those selected to attend the 2005 camp are as follows: Steve Bell (Melbourne), Neville Costigan (Brisbane), Nathan Fien (New Zealand), Craig Frawley (Canberra), Craig Hall (Newcastle), Ashley Harrison (South Sydney), Karmichael Hunt (Brisbane), Dallas Johnson (Melbourne), Tom Learoyd (Brisbane), Aaron Payne (North Queensland), Kirk Reynoldson (Newcastle), Brett Seymour (Brisbane), David Stagg (Brisbane), Johnathon Thurston (North Queensland), Shane Tronc (North Queensland), Carl Webb (North Queensland), Ty Williams (North Queensland), Michael Witt (Manly).