MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 07: Campbell Graham of the Rabbitohs looks dejected after the NRL Qualifying Final match between the Melbourne Storm and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at AAMI Park on September 7, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)

South Sydney youngster Campbell Graham has not ruled out playing for England or Scotland.

The 19-year-old could be in contention for a Blues State of Origin call up but may opt to nominate for one of the national teams.

Graham's father migrated from Scotland at 24, while his mother was born in England, allowing the Rabbitohs youngster to link up with coach Wayne Bennett and the Burgess brothers.

"Scotland, England and Australia are the three options I've listed," Graham told The Sydney Morning Herald.

"Dad is from Glasgow and came here when he was 24, and he met my mum here who is from England.

"I haven't spoken to Wayne about [England]. The boys have had a laugh about me being the Scottish representation [on the Lions tour]. It's still a while off. It would be great to play alongside Sam and the twins, and I love my time under Wayne. There's definitely appeal there. I'll deal with that stuff whenever it comes along."

Graham can play for tier-two Scotland and still play for Australia. However, should he nominate England, a tier-one nation, he will not be able to play for the Kangaroos and New South Wales.



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