England Stars Of The Future

The World Cup has gone for another 4 years, many of the England stars of this tournament will not play in the next World Cup, so we are going to take a look at England's next generation of stars.

Jack Walker - Leeds Rhinos

The young fullback showed great maturity towards the end of the 2017 season for the Rhinos, even winning the grand final. Golding still has the number 1 shirt at Leeds, it's thought there will be a real dog fight for the fullback spot, but I tip Walker to one day wear the white of England.

Andre Savelio - Brisbane Broncos

The former Warrington and current Brisbane forward could very well see a breakthrough season down under. He is the latest of a long list of English forwards to take on the Australian game, at just 22 years old, he has plenty of time to earn the jersey and his development under current England and Brisbane coach, Wayne Bennett, will be crucial to his chances.

Tom Johnstone - Wakefield Trinity

Johnstone qualifies to play for Germany as well as England, his father was in the army and stationed in Germany with his family at the time of his sons birth. Although Johnstone has stated who he would play for, it's thought that given the opportunity he would play for England.

He's a live wire winger with electrifying pace, he missed the most of last season with an ACL injury and is expected to make up for lost time in 2018. Both of England's current wingers are 30 which means they will soon be replaced, the 22 year old could be a good choice to reinvigorate England's wings.

Oliver Gildart - Wigan Warriors

Last year's Super League Young Player Of The Year, turned down an opportunity to play for Italy in the World Cup to focus on Pre-season with Wigan. Gildart is more than likely to be an England regular in years to come, at just the age of 21, he already has over 50 Super League appearances to his name. Gildart is definitely one to watch for the future.

Danny Walker - Widnes Vikings

The young hooker first turned heads when deciding to go toe to toe with England prop, Chris Hill, in a challenge cup clash. The 18 year old hooker has shown real promise and potential, earning him 12 appearances in 2017 season for the Vikings.

No doubt some more young stars will rise up through the ranks between now and 2021 but based on the English talent on show, these are just a few players I predict to see in England jerseys.



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