The 22-year-old has signed on with the Storm until at least the end of the 2016 NRL season.
Young playmaker Ben Hampton has agreed to terms with the Melbourne Storm for a further two years.
The 22-year-old is set to take over the five-eighth role on a permanent basis after Ben Roberts signed to play with Castleford in the English Super League.
Melbourne Storm football director Frank Ponissi said the club was delighted to capture the signature of Hampton.
“We are really pleased Ben has re-committed to the club,” Ponissi said.
“We rate Ben highly on and off the field. He can play a number of positions and brings a real spark to the team.
“The challenge for Ben, as with all of our talented young players, is to continue to work hard and improve each week at training and on game day.
“There are a key group of our emerging players who have come through the Storm system together and are now developing into very good NRL players; the club’s future is in good hands.”
Hampton joins Cameron Smith, Jesse Bromwich, Kevin Proctor, Tohu Harris, Marika Koroibete and Blake Green in re-committing with the club.