England squad player ratings: Who impressed during Autumn Nations Series and who could have done better? - Page 3 of 4 - Ruck

England squad player ratings: Who impressed during Autumn Nations Series and who could have done better?

#11. Kyle Sinckler – 7 out of 10

Stepped up as a leader but had a few mixed performances. Still England’s first choice tighthead and one of the best in the world.

#12. Ben Youngs – 7 out of 10

Solid but unspectacular. He’s been a fantastic servent, but this is one position where England need to upgrade ahead of the Six Nations.

#13. Raffi Quirke – 7 out of 10

A vision of the future, but still has a lot to learn.

#14. Bevan Rodd – 7 out of 10

The doomsday scenarios about his inexperience never came to pass. A very exciting prospect.

Bevan Rodd of England is tackled during the Autumn Nations Match between England and South Africa at Twickenham Stadium on 20 November 2021. Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

#15. Will Stuart – 7 out of 10

#16. Joe Marchant – 7 out of 10

After starting on the wing, he was shifted back to regular midfield position after Tuilagi’s injury and made the telling break for Quirke’s try. An excellent all-round showing from the Quins man.

#17. Adam Radwan – 6.5 out of 10

Bright in glimpses against Tonga but not enough to nail down his place and wasn’t seen in the subsequent two tests.

#18. Max Malins – 6.5 out of 10

#19. Alex Dombrandt – 6.5 out of 10

A few impactful cameos, but it feels a waste that we didn’t get to see him start a game.

#20. Joe Marler – 6.5 out of 10

Came on to a hero’s reception and just about held up his end of the scrum in his two replacement appearances.

#21. Ellis Genge – 6 out of 10

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