Following his recent call up for Scotland, Cameron Redpath is one of the most talked about selections for the upcoming Six Nations championship.
The 21-year-old Bath centre has already amassed nearly 50 appearances in the Premiership and is regarded as one of the most exciting prospects in the league.
Redpath was called up to Eddie Jones’ England squad for the 2018 tour to South Africa but didn’t attend due to injury and remained uncapped, making him available for Scotland instead.
Ugo Monye says that Cameron Redpath is a “phenomenal player” who will add a lot to the @Scotlandteam.
The Bath centre was eligible to play for England, but has chosen to link up with the same national team as his father, Bryan.
— First XV 🏉 (@Rugbystuff) January 27, 2021
The ball-playing centre attended Sedbergh School in the Lake District and earned nine caps for England U20s, scoring three tries in the process.
The following five-minute montage is a combination of his schoolboy and age grade rugby which demonstrates why Scotland fans are so excited by his squad inclusion for the Six Nations.