I cannot remember a season which has featured so many young players, i think it's been a real positive.
Bradford Bulls - 7
Jason Crookes, Joe Wardle, Cain Southernwood, James Donaldson, Danny Addy, Elliott Whitehead & Steve Crossley.
*Vinny Finnigan debuted at 20 but has since turned 21.
Cas Tigers - 8
Richard Owen, Joe Arundal, Jordan Thompson, Joe Westerman, Oliver Holmes, Jon Davies, Jonathon Walker & Adam Milner
Catalan - 3
David Guasch, William Barthou, Tony Gigot
Crusaders - n/a
Quins - 5
Jamie O'Callaghan, Olsi Krasniqi, Martyn Smith, Max Edwards & Ben Bolger.
Huddersfield Giants - 2
Michael Lawrence, Adam Walker.
*Elliot Hodgson, Keal Carlisle & Josh Griffin all debuted last year aged 18/19
Hull FC - 5
Tom Briscoe, Danny Nicklas, Liam Cunningham & Reece Lyne, Paul McShane (on loan)
Hull KR - 5
Liam Watts, Scott Spaven, Josh Charnley (on loan), Scott Taylor & Josh Hodgson.
Leeds Rhinos - 6
Kallum Watkins, Chris Clarkson, Jay Pitts, Luke Ambler, Tom Bush, Paul McShane
St Helens - 7
Jon Lomax, Jamie Foster, Gary Wheeler, Lee Gaskell, Shaun Magennis, Matty Ashurst, Andrew Dixon
Salford Reds - 3
Marc Sneyd, Adam Neal (on loan), Jack Spencer.
Wakefield Wildcats - 4
Ben Gledhill, Matt Wildie, Kieran Hyde & Dale Morton
Warrington Wolves - 2
Richard Myler, Rhys Williams.
Wigan Warriors - 4
Liam Farrell, Sean Ainscough, Ben Davies, Stefan Marsh
I make that over 60 players, thats fairly encouraging and then there are plenty of National League clubs such as Widnes who have several youngsters in their lineups.