The Dragons have announced the signing of Melbourne Storm and Sunshine Coast Falcons prop Lachlan Timm on a one-year deal.
Timm, who is yet to make his NRL debut, has been a strong performer the Intrust Super Cup over the past two seasons.
The Maroochydore Swans Junior averaged 140.1 metres and 24.1 tackles in his 20 games for the Falcons in 2018.
He was also selected in the XXXX Queensland Residents earlier this year alongside fellow Dragons recruit Jonus Pearson.
Timm’s signing means the Dragons Squad for 2019 has two places left on the roster to fill.
The Dragons have completed their 2019 development players squad following the re-signing of Jersey Flegg utility Hayden Lomax.
Lomax has played 35 Under 20 games to date and joins Steven Masters, Jackson Ford, Joe Lovodua, Jason Saab and Eddie Blacker as the Dragons 2019 development players.
Former Under 20 Brisbane Bronco and Norths Devils player Blacker signed on with the Dragons in July this year.
"He played for Queensland Under18s last year and is a young man advanced for his age," Director of Rugby League Pathways Ian Millward told Dragons Media at the time of his signing.
"We were looking for some height and size within the next young powerhouse front-rower to come through the system.”