Anthony Mundine is no doubt synonymous with the Dragons - but his son CJ has officially been signed by the South Sydney Rabbitohs on a two-year deal. The Rabbitohs announced on Friday evening that they had won the race for the 18-year old's signature and will join the club's Jersey Flegg squad next season General Manager of Football Shane Richardson said they were excited to see what Mundine can bring to the table at Redfern in the coming years. MORE: Another club drops out of Latrell race "CJ is an outstanding prospect and we’re delighted to know he will be learning his trade at South Sydney," he said. "He has shown plenty of promise in the junior representative grades, he had plenty of interest from other NRL clubs for his services, and we couldn’t be happier to see him pick the Rabbitohs as his club of choice. "He comes from a great pedigree with his father and grandfather both being fantastic athletes in rugby league and boxing. "We’re looking forward to seeing him develop in our system initially with our championship-winning under 20s squad and to see him live The Rabbitoh Way." CJ was a Dragons local junior and played in their SG Ball side recently, before moving to the Matraville Tigers A Grade to play with his famous father in 2019. sporting news site.