A rising star who played for both the Australian Schoolboys and Junior Kiwis before being selected to make his NRL debut for the Melbourne Storm in 2008. Since then he has gone to established himself as a regular first grader having made over 80 NRL appearances on his way to becoming an important part of the Storm’s success in recent seasons.
Proctor was named the club’s Rookie of the Year in 2009 after helping the Storm win the Under-20s National Youth Competition premiership and has not failed to live up to expectations since then by playing 22 of 24 NRL matches in 2010 and all 26 of the Storm’s matches in 2011.
The New Zealand born forward received a taste of representative football by playing for the New Zealand Maori rugby league team in 2010 before being rewarded for his form throughout 2011 by being selected to tour with the New Zealand Kiwis squad during the Four Nations tournament and picked in the 2012 squad.
His development throughout 2011 saw him earn a contract extension with the Storm until the end of the 2014 season, a sign of Melbourne’s faith in the youngster.
Proctor signed a 4-year deal with the Gold Coast Titans starting in 2017, taking the second row international back to his junior playing days in Palm Beach. Proctor has also been named Co-Captain of the Titans to start the NRL 2017 Season.