CaribYoungStars 2015: The Hottest Young Prospects in Caribbean Football

Here it is – CaribYoungStars 2015: The Hottest Young Prospects in Caribbean Football. The definitive list…

The official Carib Young Stars 2015 banner. (pic credit: Jack Peace)

A warm welcome to the inaugural edition of #CaribYoungStarsThe Hottest Young Prospects in Caribbean Football.

This is a list of the finest young football talent within the Caribbean in 2015, with detailed and dedicated profiles on 25 players all under the age of 23 by 31/12/2015. All clubs are correct at the time of publishing. So what was the selection criteria? 1) the player had to be born in the Caribbean or be a part of the diaspora (born in UK/USA, for example, with parent or grandparent born in the Caribbean). 2) the player had to be under the age of 23. Players selected on the list are considered to be the brightest prospects within Caribbean football at this moment in time.

Thank you to everyone who has contributed in some way, your input has been very valuable. To those who contributed profiles, to those who helped scout certain players, and to those who simply messaged advice or feedback on social media/email. A big thanks to former Grenada international footballer and current pundit Jason Roberts and Jo Tongue from Tongue Tied Media for collaborating on the foreword.

The project is a free document and has been uploaded onto the digital library service Scribd, which you can access below. It’s in a slideshow format so simply click the right arrow to see each slide, and similarly the left arrow to go back. You can zoom in/out and go full screen to increase the font size using the buttons placed on the toolbar. Feel free to download the document, too, by clicking on the download button situated bottom left on the toolbar.

A lot of hard work and commitment have gone into the project’s production, so I do hope you enjoy reading it as much as my team and I have enjoyed making it.

God bless,

Nathan Carr

Owner/Founder of The Home of Caribbean Football

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