We take a look at the young stars of England’s Six Nations squad who could be hitting their prime ahead of the 2019 World Cup in Japan…
Possibly the future for England at full back, but certainly a star of both now and the future.
Has been given a chance to prove his worth for England after struggling first time around.
Set to make his debut during the Six Nations and could be a vital player come 2019.
Looks set to start at 12 in the Six Nations and could continue as such if all goes to plan.
Has now firmly established himself as one of England’s key players in the backs.
Has some questions to answer, but could be England’s go to 10 for years to come.
Amazing that he is just 26 given the huge amount of experience he already has.
Could be set to follow in his dad’s footsteps and become an all time England great.
Not your typical seven, but could develop nicely under Jones’ leadership.
Already an established international whose best years should be ahead of him.
At just 21, Itoje could prove to be one of England’s all time greats if his club form translates.
Another player with huge experience given that he is just 24 right now.
At just 20, Hill could be with England through the next three World Cup cycles if he performs.
Already a star for Saracens, George will now be hoping to make an England spot his own.
Another experienced player in the pack who is still just 25 (believe it or not).