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England travel to Argentina in June for a two Test series against Los Pumas and head coach Eddie Jones has named 15 uncapped players in his 31-man squad. We profile England’s super 15…
The Harlequins tight-head prop has represented England at U16 and U18 level, and was part of the England U20 outfit that made it to the Junior World Cup final in 2011. He has made over 100 appearances for John Kingston's men.
Club: Sale Sharks
Tom and his identical twin brother Ben made history in March - in England U20s Grand Slam win over Ireland - as the first set of twins to start for the side. The flanker also scored a try on his U20 debut against France in the competition opener. Tom's uncle, John Olver, won three caps for England. For Tom Curry's full biography, click here.
Club: Sale Sharks
Ben won successive man-of-the-match awards in his first two games for England U20 - against Italy and Scotland in February and March this year. He was a try scorer from a driving maul against Italy in Darlington and then made 11 carries and 17 tackles in the Scotland game at Northampton. For Ben Curry's full biography, click here.
Club: Exeter Chiefs
At 6'4 and 133kg, tight-head prop Harry Williams fits the mould of the modern day front-rower. The Chiefs man has already featured in an Aviva Premiership final, and has proven his worth this season, battling it out with Australia international Greg Holmes for Exeter's number three shirt.
Club: Ospreys/Bath Rugby
Currently plying his trade at the Ospreys in Wales, openside flanker Sam Underhill is eligible to play for England after inking a three-year deal with West Country side Bath as of next season. The 20-year-old, who began his professional career at Gloucester, possesses physical attributes that make him highly competitive at the breakdown.
6ft 7in, 17st 7Ib forward Nick Isiekwe is another England U20 Grand Slam representative who has made Jones' 31-man summer squad. The Sarries lock made his Aviva Premiership debut last weekend in the 27-25 win over Northampton Saints, and brings another option to the talent-ridden England boiler room. For Nick Isiekew's full biography, click here.
Nathan was part of England U20's Junior World Championship winning side in 2014, where he scored six tries in five games and was nominated for World Rugby Junior Player of the Year. Since then, Earle has made eight senior appearances for Saracens, scoring two tries.
Club: Sale Sharks
James - who toured South Africa with England Saxons last summer - burst into the Sale senior squad two years ago, where he featured at centre. However, the 20-year-old is no one-trick-pony, and has since shown his versatility by switching to fly-half several times this season.
Lozowski showed a talent for football long before rugby, playing for Chelsea Academy from the age of 10. He moved to Saracens from Wasps at the beginning of the 2016/17 season, where he has fast become a fan favourite, scoring 173 points in 19 Premiership games. He was included in Jones' Old Mutual Wealth and RBS 6 Nations squads, but has yet to be capped. To read Alex Lozowski's full profile, click here.
Club: Northampton Saints
Since lifting the Junior World Championship title last summer, Harry Mallinder's rise through the professional ranks has been impressive. The 6ft 3in 20-year-old plies his trade in the Northampton Saints midfield but is well enough equipped to play fly-half and full-back. A real utility player.
The Harlequins centre was pivotal to the success enjoyed by England U20 in last summer's U20 World Rugby Championship triumph, where he scored a brace of tries in the final against Ireland. Off the pitch Marchant plays piano and guitar and is a black belt in karate. For Joe Marchant's full biography, click here.
Clubs: Exeter Chiefs
With international honours at U16 and U18 level, if it wasn't for a fractured scaphoid (wrist) scrum-half Jack Maunder may have also earned England U20 caps - having been named in last season's squad. The 20-year-old has figured 13 times for Exeter this season, scoring five points. For Jack Maunder's full biography, click here.
Club: Sale Sharks
A rugby league convert, Solomona switched codes at the end of 2016 to play for Sale Sharks. Since then he has scored nine tries in 10 games, and is only the second Sharks player - alongside Tom Beim - to score a first-half hat-trick in the Premiership.
Club: London Irish
The flying London Irish winger announced himself onto the senior stage with a superb solo effort on his Greene King IPA Championship debut against London Scottish this season. He then showed the same pace, power, handling ability and creativity that he did in scoring that try throughout England U20's entire Six Nations campaign, where he was integral to the Grand Slam success. For Joe Cokanasiga's full biography, click here.
Club: Auckland Blues/Northampton Saints
Born in Gravesend, Kent, Piers Francis moved to New Zealand eight ears ago where he plied his trade at Auckland Blues Academy. From there he went on to play in the National Provincial Championship and Super Rugby competition. The versatile back can play fly-half or centre, and is known for his fitness and physicality.