Super League is currently blessed with some incredibly promising teenagers that are already making a name for themselves.
A number have already debuted this year while others have already established themselves before 2017.
But how would a combined team of teenagers look?
We put this together, and it showcases just how many stars of the future are already coming through the ranks across the competition.
Fullback – Jack Walker (Leeds Rhinos) – The 17-year-old is one of the youngest members of this team, but definitely one of the brightest prospects.
Wing – Lucas Albert (Catalans Dragons) – The Dragons speedster has been handed some game time and shown glimpses of his potential.
Centre – Sam Wood (Huddersfield Giants) – Wood has played a number of games and bagged a few tries. He has the size to develop into a strong centre.
Centre – Will Dagger (Warrington Wolves) – Dagger has played across the backline for the Wolves and at a young age looks like a player who could establish himself.
Wing – Jack Johnson (Warrington Wolves) – Johnson has been handed opportunities at the Wolves and impressed overall.
Halfback – Jacob Trueman (Castleford Tigers) – The youngest member of this team, Trueman made his debut in Cas’ victory over St Helens and has been tipped for big things.
Halfback – Morgan Smith (Warrington Wolves) – The former Leeds youngster has again been backed to succeed in the game and has all the makings of a top-quality star.
Prop – Owen Farnsworth (Widnes Vikings) – He made his debut for Widnes in April and is expected to develop throughout the remainder of the year.
Hooker – Jez Litten (Hull FC) – Litten filled in while Danny Houghton was injured. A huge void to fill, but he impressed when he had the chance.
Prop – Mikolaj Oledzki (Leeds Rhinos) – The Polish prop has made a name for himself this year with some notable performances for Leeds and Bradford.
Second-row – James Batchelor (Wakefield Trinity) – The teenage sensation is already a part of Wakefield’s senior squad and has the world at his feet.
Second-row – Jack Wells (Wigan Warriors) – He has some strong competition ahead of him Wigan, but the future is definitely bright for this youngster.
Loose-forward Brad Walker (Widnes Vikings) – Walker has the makings of a player for the future at Widnes having already made his debut.