We take a look at a team of uncapped young potential England stars, some of whom will be on your with the senior or Saxons sides this summer…
The young Sale full back is reportedly on Ireland’s radar, however he looks set to be capped by the Saxons this summer where his elusive running should set pulses racing.
Lewington has reportedly been on England’s radar for more than 12 months now and will finally have the chance to show what he can do on the international stage in South Africa.
Another young Sale star who has featured on several try of the season highlight reels. If he can develop his passing game he could become a real attacking threat for England.
One of the few positives to come out of London Irish’s season was the emergence of Johnny Williams who will be looking to impress in an England shirt very soon.
The Sale Sharks winger can also cover full back and centre. Although he hasn’t made the plane to South Africa, if he can stay injury free next season expect big things from the youngster.
Lozowski hasn’t seen much game time again this season at Wasps but a move to Saracens this summer is likely to see him thrust into the international limelight.
It is a wonder Robson hasn’t made the senior side this summer given his electric form for Wasps, however there’s no doubting that he will light up the Saxons in June.
Fijian born Nathan Hughes qualifies for England at the end of June and is likely to feature for England where his powerful ball carrying skills are likely to make him a fan favourite.
The Saracens flanker has inexplicable been overlooked for this summer’s tours, however it seems only a matter of time before he is wearing an England shirt.
Underhill has been the talk of the press for several months now and as soon as he seals a move back to the Premiership expect to see him receive an England call up.
Recently employed as a number 8, Beaumont can also play lock and has already had experience inside the England camp before injury derailed his season.
Barrow has been one of Leicester’s stand out performers in the second half of this season and brings a physical presence to the second row where his work rate is second to none.
The Harlequins tighthead still has work to do on his scrummaging but if he can continue to develop at his current rate then he will be a key figure for England in the future.
The hooker now of Wasps is a dynamic front rower who can actually hook the ball. He has already trained with the senior side and will now represent the Saxons.
Genge was a bolt out of the blue for this summer’s tour, however Eddie Jones has clearly seen something he likes so the prop is definitely one to keep an eye on.