After the disastrous World Cup campaign in 2015 and the appointment of Eddie Jones, the Telegraph writers chose the available young players untried or untapped.
To be honest, their pick wasn’t great as only one of the five won one hat.
# 1. Will Fraser
They wrote: The open side looked poised for a place in England’s World Cup squad after beating Chris Robshaw in a Premier League match against Harlequins in September 2014 only to see his hopes dashed when he needed surgery for a back injury in January. This was the latest In a series of setbacks due to injuries, the 26-year-old is back to full fitness.”
where is he now: The Saracens winger was forced into retirement at the age of 27 in 2017 due to a neck injury. Fraser’s hanging of his boots without an England hat in his name was nothing short of a farce, but after 10 runs and a series of brilliant highs and agonizing lows, he will forever be remembered as one of the Arabs’ “92nd Class”.
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