A genuine all-rounder, Rhodes was given his Yorkshire debut in 2013 and went on to play nine limited-overs games over the season.
He impressed sufficiently to be chosen as England Under-19s’ captain for the World Cup that winter.
A top-order batsman, Tattersall was given his List A debut by Yorkshire in 2013 and subsequently selected for England Under-19s, both for their tour of the United Arab Emirates and World Cup.
A batsman, Barnard was a regular fixture for England Under-19s in 2013, striking a century against South Africa.
Unsurprisingly, he was included in his national team’s squad for the age-group World Cup the following year.
A wicketkeeper-batsman, Clarke was selected for the Under-19 World Cup after featuring for England on their tour of the United Arab Emirates.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Duckett has emerged through the ranks at Wantage Road and gained first-team experience in all three formats for Northamptonshire.
Duckett played for England Under-19s at the 2012 age-group World Cup and went on to captain them. However, he was named in the ranks for the 2014 U19 showpiece.
All-rounder Finch has come through the Sussex academy and represented England Under-19s.
Seamer Fisher, who became the youngest post-war cricketer to play a competitive county game in 2013 aged just 15 years and 212 days, was included in England’s squad for the 2014 Under-19 World Cup.
An off-spinner who has potential with the bat, Hammond was given his county debut in 2013 and was part of England's squad for the 2014 Under-19 World Cup.
A top-order batsman, Higgins was included in England’s squad for the 2014 Under-19 World Cup.
A middle-order batsman who can bowl a few overs, Jones was selected in England’s squad for the Under-19 World Cup.
A specialist bowler capable of useful runs down the order, Sayer was selected in England’s squad for the Under-19 World Cup.
Seamer Shaw featured in England Under-19s’ tri-series against the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan and earned a place in their squad for the age-group World Cup the following year.
A precociously talented batsman, Sibley made headlines at the end of the 2013 season when becoming the second-youngest English double-centurion, behind the great WG Grace, in first-class cricket.
A regular fixture for England Under-19s in 2013, Winslade is a seamer.
A bowler who has shown some promise with the bat, Wood featured for England Under-19s in their tri-series against the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan and was subsequently chosen in their squad for the age-group World Cup in 2014.