Exeter Chiefs youngster Jack Nowell will be a player to keep a close eye on in the Aviva Premiership this season.
The 20-year-old has impressed for Rob Baxter's men in recent seasons since breaking through at Sandy Park, going on to wrap up 11 top-flight appearances following his debut in 2011.
Nowell, who can play at wing-back or centre, has also sparkled on the international scene as Truro-born man scored a try in England's 23-15 victory over Wales in the Under-20 World Cup final earlier this year.
The Exeter man finished last season in style, and coupled with his performances at the summer tournament in June, Nowell managed to catch the eye of England supremo Stuart Lancaster.
The Red Rose head coach has included the Chiefs rising star in the England's Saxons squad.
Nowell is the gem in an Exeter squad bursting with exciting young England talent as Luke Cowan-Dickie, Henry Slade and Sam Hill all featured alongside their team-mate in the win against the Welsh.
While Baxter's side are outsiders for a top-four finish, if Nowell and his young colleagues can continue to impress, the Sandy Park outfit could be in with a shout next spring.
On his Saxons call-up, Nowell said: "It feels amazing, I really wasn't expecting it at all. I found out when I read about it on the internet. Since then I've spoken to a couple of the coaches but I didn't get any prior warning at all."