Is it time for Corey Norman to play for the Queensland Origin side?
At the very least, he is on the right track.
The Maroons are concerned with the state of captain Daley Cherry-Evans before the Origin opener on June 5, however other spots in the team are still up for grabs.
A man of Norman's physical presence could fit into the Maroons' back line or be used at dummy half.
He has impressed Queensland coach Kevin Walters, not only with his form but his development off the field also.
By all reports, the 28-year-old has grown at the Dragons and is motivated to take the next step.
Norman has embraced the pressure moments this season for his side, with late field goals against Brisbane and Newcastle.
Team-mates around him have noted how relaxed the Brisbane product has been this season.
Will the enormity of the State of Origin Series faze him?
If he continues his current approach, he will be up to the challenge.
His passing has been superb, with five try assists in the first seven NRL games.
His defensive skills have been more than solid, with an 85.4 per cent tackle efficiency rate.
He has had three clean sheets on the missed tackle this season, statistics which would be welcomed by the Maroons.
In the next month, the Dragons will play Parramatta, New Zealand, Newcastle and Cronulla.
These games are an opportunity for Norman to force his way to an elusive Maroons jersey.