2017 has seen 11 players make their England debuts, and while some have floundered, others are now quickly becoming regulars under Eddie Jones.
11. Don Armand
Chiefs’ outstanding flanker won his solitary cap as a replacement against Argentina in the summer.
There’s obviously something that Jones doesn’t fancy about the admirable Zimbabwean, which is unfortunate because he looks the real deal week in, week out for Exeter.
His England career so far has to be considered a bust right now.
DID YOU KNOW: He was named man of the match in the Premiership final
10. Will Collier
The 26-year-old made his England Test debut against Argentina on 10 June 2017 and made a second appearance a week later in the deciding match, scoring a try.
He’s a great scrummager but his chances of nailing down a regular spot in the England squad seem thin with the tighthead unlikely to shift club teammate Kyle Sinckler from the squad going forward.
DID YOU KNOW: His first club was Rosslyn Park F.C
9. Nick Isiekwe
Saracens have a fast growing reputation for producing world-class second-rows with Isiekwe following in the footsteps of Maro Itoje and George Kruis into the England set-up.
The 19-year-old was called up for their two-test series against Argentina, making his debut against the Pumas before winning his second cap as a replacement against Samoa last month.
Isiekwe’s made a decent start but has a lot of work to do if he is to nail down a regular place in the England set-up.