Every Premier League Youngster Ranked From 'World Class' To 'S**t'
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Twitter user @yxngcameron has used TierMaker to compile a list of the youngsters in England's top division ranked from 'World class' to 'S**t'.
Foden and Greenwood are joined by Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi and Sheffield United (on loan from Manchester United) goalkeeper Dean Henderson in the elite bracket.
Below the 'World class' tier is 'Very good' which features a variety of names who have emerged this season, such as Gabriel Martinelli and Billy Gilmour.
Check out the entire TierMaker below.
Foden and Greenwood are two of the league's standout prospects and both have been heavily praised by their managers this season.
While Foden isn't a regular starter at Manchester City, Pep Guardiola called the 20-year-old the 'most talented player he has ever seen' as a manager and believes he has what it takes to be 'the best'.
Meanwhile, Greenwood has become a permanent feature in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United side and has quickly become a fan favourite.
He's scored 12 goals so far this season and he looks to be getting better by the game with Solskjaer even naming him the 'best finisher' among United's ranks.
The 'Very good' tier is dominated by Chelsea players with Frank Lampard's youth policy at Stamford Bridge paying off.
Alongside Gilmour, Lampard has seen Reece James, Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount shine while 'The Blues' serve a transfer ban.
Elsewhere in London, Martinelli has been a welcome surprise for Arsenal fans in an otherwise bleak season.
In the 'Good' tier are Brandon Williams and Daniel James, two more United players Solskjaer has integrated into his side this year.
Bottom side Norwich City have the most players in this tier with four, Todd Cantwell and Jamal Lewis being the marquee names.
'Average' features Tahith Chong and Tom Davies, who is a regular feature in Everton's side.
Hamza Choudhury is also included despite looking promising at the base of Leicester City's midfield.
'S**t' tier features just two names, being Dominic Solanke of Bournemouth and Sean Longstaff of Newcastle United respectively.
It could be considered harsh to write any of these players off yet considering they're only in the infancy of their careers.
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