The IRB Junior World Championship has a long track record of producing future stars of the international game. That trend is set to continue.
England retained their crown with a hard-fought 21-20 victory over South Africa at Eden Park in year.
While Julian Savea and Aaron Cruden are fine examples of U20s graduates who are now world-class players, plenty of IRB Junior World Championship stars, such as France's Lionel Beauxis, have faded when making the transition to the senior international game.
Our friends at Bleacher Report took a stab at picking the five most likely from the Class of 2014 to make the grade.