In the game, everyone wants to discover who the next great talent is.
With the devastating devastation of the COVID-19 epidemic during rugby season, we have prepared a useful guide to make sure you keep an eye on the game’s best young stars.
In this series, look for the most exciting rugby players in the world 23 years old or younger. Some have already been cape, others have not yet been bound for their nation.
Today, our focus is on Wales, a semifinal competitor of the 2019 Wald Cup and a team developed under new coach Wayne Pivac.
Aaron Wainwright (dragon)
It is surprising to think that this 22-year-old youngster has been playing rugby for less than five years, yet can already be seen as an important part of the international setup.
The Newportport man was in the books for the championship football team Cardiff City before dedicating himself to rugby at 17.
During the dragon running last year’s World Cup semifinal, Wine Wright was one of the standout performers in the red jersey.
Equally capable of blind and open space, Wainwright is a strong player who works hard and acts as a defense force. Strong on the ball, he is the latest name to appear in the Welsh backro scene.
You can play him anywhere across the backro and you are about to get great acting from him.
Strengths: Carrying, tackling, versatility, physicality, threat of breakdown
Louise Reis-Zammit (Gluster)
The 7-year-old winger has won seven of the top five in the Premiership joint, and earned five this month’s Premiership Player of the Month in December alone.
His ability to catch the ball has caught the attention of Pivak, and the young man of Penarth descent earned a place in the Six Nations training squad.
With a roaring pace, the Gloucester man looks hungry for the ball, makes smart running lines and makes wise decisions.
At 6 Fu 3, Reese-Zammit is strong in the air, shows good readability in defense and is not shy from working the ass.
One for the future.
Strengths: speed, footwork, defense, workrate
Sam Costolo (Scarlett)
One of the stand-out players of the U20 Six Nations, Costello is a rising star talent
The Scarlets player recently showed a remarkable match-of-the-match match against England, made a great effort, assisted another, scored 5 points, and finished the late drop goal and won Wales by one point.
At just 19 years old, the Pencod product is a deadly attacking threat and a constant kicker and can play scrum-half or center.
Strengths: Passing, kicking, space eyes, composer, versatility
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