Tom Trbojevic Photo: Getty Images
Jake is already a NSW star and Tom is on the cusp of joining him, but a third Trbojevic brother isn't too far away from turning a State of Origin family dream into a reality.
Youngest sibling Ben will feature for the Blues' under-16s team in the curtain-raiser to the Origin decider on Wednesday night - and Jake says it won't be hard to pick him out.
"He's built and looks just like Tom. He's taller and a bit more lanky like him. People actually mistake him for Tom quite a bit," Jake told AAP.
"He plays in the back row and sometimes in the centres, but he's definitely more like Tom."
Jake Trbojevic Photo: Getty Images
Ben's representative call-up comes seven years after Jake pulled on the sky blue in the corresponding game on his way to becoming one of the game's premier forwards.
Jake described the game against the Maroons as pivotal to his rise in the NRL, but warned the fourth Trbojevic brother against dreaming of first grade's bright lights.
"When you're at that age, you're not even thinking about playing NRL. It's so far away. You're just happy to be playing Harold Matts," Jake said.
"You don't want to put the pressure on him, he's got a long way to go yet, a lot of footy to play and you don't even know if you'll make first grade when you're at that age.
"I was lucky enough to get to do when I was his age, so I know what he's going through and obviously he'll have a great time and make some great mates.
"It's something you never forget, playing at Suncorp Stadium."
Sea Eagles SG Ball Captain, Cooper Johns (son of Matthew Johns), Joshua Schuster and Ben Trbojevic. Photo: www.seaeagles.com.au
After the -16s match, Tom will join Jake in warming-up for the main event before the Sea Eagles forward hopes to be part of a series victory in his first year in Origin.
The rookie has had an impressive impact in his first two games, highlighted by a line break assist that set up a try in the Blues' game two loss in Sydney.
And he could be called upon to play minutes on Wednesday with captain Boyd Cordner and forward Tyson Frizell both under injury clouds.
"If I have to play more minutes, I will. I'll just do whatever the team needs," Jake said.
"You never really know whether you can do it until you get out there. But it is good to have that little experience I've had. You've played there before, which settles the nerves a bit."
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