He was born in France and is the son of a former Scotland international, but Cameron Redpath has chosen to forge his own path with England.
In his first six appearances for the England U18 team, including four off the bench, Redpath scored a remarkable six tries.
His England U18s career began with a try on debut in the 43-14 win over France at Aylesbury and his six-in-six aggregate included two in the 55-11 win over Canada in the International Series at Taffs Well in April 2017.
His prolific performances led to a maiden appearance for England U20s in the 2018 U20 Six Nations, against Wales, where he continued his golden touch with yet another try.
And Cameron wasn't finished there, as he went on to score England's only try in a 22-6 victory over eventual winners France in Beziers.
In May 2018, the playmaker’s rapid development led to a call-up to the senior England squad for the three-Test summer tour of South Africa.
The son of 60-times capped former Sale Sharks and Scotland scrum half Bryan Redpath, who captained his country 26 times, Cameron was born in Narbonne, France.
Cameron came through the Sale Sharks academy, captaining their U18 side, before appearing among the replacements for the senior side for the first time in a Premiership Rugby match against Bath in February 2018 at 18 years old.
Cameron took up the game aged five at Cheltenham Tigers and also played with Lymm RFC as a youngster.
He took A-Levels in business, PE and psychology at Sedbergh, having attended St Mary’s and Cheltenham College and King’s School, Macclesfield.
Sonny Bill Williams was his rugby idol when he was younger, he supports Manchester United and even had a spell with the academy at West Bromwich Albion Football Club.
10 points - 2T
2018 W, F
44 points – 6T, 7C
2017 F(R), S, W(R), C(R), I, S(R); SA Tour: F(R), W, SA
Last updated: 23 May 2018