Harry Barlow first picked up a rugby ball at the age of seven and his CV since then is full of trophies and honours.
The Guildford-born wing captained Cranleigh School for three seasons, played a key part in their Rosslyn Park National Sevens U18 trophy win in 2016-17 and won the U18 Academy League with Harlequins in 2017.
He became an England international that year and won a silver medal with the U18s sevens team at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.
Harry joined the Harlequins academy in 2013 and credits academy coaches Warren Abrahams and Jim Evans for helping him gain a good understanding of the game.
His parents, Alan and Jayne, have also played a big role and drove him all round the country in order to play – teaching him to be humble in victory and positive in defeat.
Like many, injuries have played a part for Harry – a nasty ankle ligament tear keeping him out of a large chunk of the 2016 season but he battled back to fitness.
Away from the pitch, his favourite holiday destination is Barbados while he is a fan of artist Kendrick Lamar. He studied history, classical civilisations and French for A Levels at Cranleigh School.
Last updated: March 5 2018