Canterbury-Bankstown forward Dean Britt has shown plenty of promise since his NRL debut in 2017 and has proven to be an invaluable addition to the Bulldogs' engine room this NRL season.
Britt joined the Bulldogs for the 2020 NRL campaign after recording 17 first-grade appearances with the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Melbourne Storm across three seasons respectively.
He earned his top grade debut with the Storm before joining the cardinal and myrtle at the end of the 2017 season, and was a key member of their surge to the Preliminary Final last year with 12 appearances.
Britt has earned a reputation as a hard-working back-rower with a potent running game and has earned representative honours with the CABE NSW Under 20s and NSW Residents squads in previous years.
He recorded 10 games for the Rabbitohs in the Canterbury Cup NSW in 2019, averaging 126m and 25 tackles per game while also recording one try, two line-breaks and 25 tackle-breaks.
He has been a mainstay in the Canterbury-Bankstown NRL side this season, and arguably been one of their most consistent performers in a rather disappointing campaign for the club.
He has a close association with the Bulldogs as his father, Darren, was a key member of their success in the 1990's and finished his career with 168 of his 227 first-grade games played for the club.