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Every new England international 2017: Every Debutant Ranked From Worst To Best

2. Alex Lozowski

Lozowski has proved to be an integral part of the Saracens squad since he joined them from Wasps last year, offering quality options at fly-half and centre.

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And that form was rewarded with four England caps, including two in Argentina, before scoring his first try in the demolition of Samoa at Twickenham.

Jones is clearly a fan of the versatile back and so are we.

DID YOU KNOW: He went to Leeds University to study a degree in Economics.

1. Sam Underhill 

Out of the 11 England debutants in 2017, the Bath flanker appears the most likely to secure a regular place in Eddie Jones starting XV, taking the spot of out of form James Haskell.

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One of the defensive leaders, he takes credit for how blunt the Pumas were both in the summer and at Twickenham last month. It is the quality just as much as the quantity of his tackles that also impresses.

It was unfortunate that he was replaced early on against Australia, but the back-rower really does look the real deal.

DID YOU KNOW: Underhill captained England U18s
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