Jordan Olowofela and his twin brother Ryan are both turning heads at international level.
While Ryan broken into the England Sevens set-up in June 2017 and helped England to the Paris Sevens final in 2018 – Jordan, a powerful centre who can also play on the wing and full back, has opted to stick with 15-man code.
In 2018, he was rewarded for a breakthrough campaign at Leicester Tigers with a place in the England U20s squad for the Six Nations.
He was involved in all five Six Nations matches and was among the try scorers in England's 37-12 victory over Wales at Newcastle's Kingston Park.
Then at the 2018 World Rugby U20 Championship he was England’s leading try scorer, with five scores in the tournament that led the Red Rose to the final, where he crossed twice but fell to defeat against hosts France.
Born in Hull, Jordan joined Leicester's academy in 2014 and first appeared on Tigers fans' radars at the Premiership Rugby Sevens a year later.
He played for Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College in the AASE League in 2015 but according to the youngster, the belief that he could make it as a professional did not arrive until his second year in the academy at Welford Road.
He has long been earmarked for big things after initially appearing for England at U17 level, playing in France against their French age-group counterparts.
Fast-forward to 2018 and the elusive ball carrier made his first-team bow for Leicester Tigers in the Anglo-Welsh Cup against Bath Rugby in November before a league debut off the bench against the same opposition at Twickenham in April.
Jordan counts Jason Robinson as his rugby hero ever since his time at Lincoln Minster School.
Along with rugby, Jordan and his brother enjoy playing squash, but it’s rugby they help each other out with the most, according to Ryan.
"With squash we were very competitive, we'd always battle it out on court," said Ryan.
"When it came to rugby we'd help each other along. If we do something wrong we can always help each other and talk about it, offering constructive criticism rather than shouting at each other."
30 points - 6T
2018 It(R), W, S, F, I, World Championship - A, It(R), S, SA, F
Last updated: 19 June 2018