Keiron Proctor – Cardiff City
Creative midfield player who can make an impact on either wing or through the middle.
Quick and direct, always looking to make things uncomfortable for defenders.
An Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr, Cardiff pupil who has played for the Welsh Under-15 Victory Shield team, Wales Under-16s and Wales Under-17.
Lewis Baldwin – Cardiff City
Momodou Touray – Newport County
Modou is a first year scholar at Newport County, playing left wing, right wing or striker. He has scored 13 goals (with 15 assists) in 22 games this season for the U18s.
After the FA Youth Cup game against Yeovil he was brought in to train with the first team every week and was selected for their squad in the FA Cup 2nd Round tie against Alfreton Town. Mo was then selected in the squads for the League Two fixtures against Wycombe Wanderers, Notts County, Carlisle Utd & Dagenham & Redbridge.
This was a fantastic experience that any first year scholar would love to have. He sets himself high targets and is looking to achieve a lot more in the future.
Lewis Clutton – Bristol Rovers
Lewis is a creative central midfield player who combines boundless energy with passing precision and an ability to score goals.
Having spent seven years as a signed schoolboy for Bristol Rovers, Lewis has signed a two year scholarship at the Memorial Stadium.
Lewis has six Welsh caps at under 15 and under 16 level and was a member of the Wales team that finished joint second in the 2016 Victory Shield.
Ryan Bevan – Swansea City
Ryan is a creative player with great technique, vision and passing range. He has the ability to score goals from distance with both feet.
An all-round, versatile box-to-box player, Ryan is capable of playing anywhere in midfield, due to his stamina, energy and ability to read the game, which allows him to be effective both offensively and defensively.
Ryan has been involved in trials at Manchester United & Cardiff City before signing at Swansea City in 2014.
Favourite quote:- Hard work beats talent when talent stops working hard
Career highlight to date:- Reaching the finals of the U15 Premier League tournament 2016.
Kieron Evans – Cardiff City
Callum Pearson – Bristol City
Sam Pearson – Bristol City
Sam is very versatile and has pace to burn. Playing left wing, Sam terrorises any defence and as a habit of scoring ‘worldies’ and can change a game in an instant.
The winger can also play centre forward/number 10 or midfield, works extremely hard in games and at training and has made a huge impact at Bristol City.
Richard Hibbard – Gloucester, Wales & British Lions
Damian Welch – Exeter Chiefs
Emyr Phillips – Scarlets & Wales
Owen Evans – Harlequins
Macauley Cook – Cardiff Blues
Nic Cudd – Newport Gwent Dragons
Corrie Tarrant – Cardiff Blues & Wales U20
Morgan Sieniawski – Cardiff Blues & Wales U20
Dan Newton – Medicei Firenze (Italy)
Rhys Williams – Merthyr