I think you may have got him confused with when he played for England. He was LCB for Scotland during Victory Shield obivously couldn't watch their other games but assume he would have played their for those as well. For England he played a couple of games at LB I think, though in the most recent tournament he featured in he played at LCB for England too. But I agree on his ability, not seen him at LB but he doesn't strike me as one, though I think he would probably do a job. Very good on ball, and loves a raking pass off the left peg, to help counter/spring attacks. Seems to have a decent knack of getting assists and picking up goals. I don't really see anyone on the level of the now u18s. A lot of these 01s are struggling for game time of the u18s at the moment for some reason, I'd argue that Markanday deserves a call up for how well he has played for us, and the relative lack of games others have been playing combined with the lack of obvious stars. Anyway to answer your question. Mason Greenwood and Bobby Duncan are very talented and highly rated strikers. Duncan has alsways banged in goals and I feel like I've heard of Greenwood for ages without seeing him play so must be really good Don't know why they have Greenwood down as a midfielder. Luis Longstaff is a highly rated winger who Liverpool pinched off Newcastle, quite big for a winger. However, in that particular squad I think Curtis Jones is the closest you'll get to the attacking talent you'll find in 00s. He's been in great form recently and is very highly rated. Due to his hair a lazy comparison which might spring to mind is Coutinho if you watch him. He has excellent feet really silky and tricky. He's a player you could put in the u18s squad and he wouldn't look out of place which is great credit to him and prob is the best indication of his ability. I think he is the best player in that age group. And the last time I put pressure on him, I really want to see Clarke back and fit to see if he is as good as I remember him being as I've always believed he was good enough for England.