Despite being born in Bolton, Scottish Under-21 international Jay Fulton signed with Swansea City from Falkirk in January 2014. The midfielder impressed during his three years with the Scottish First Division side, making 83 appearances and scoring five goals. The young Scot made his Premier League debut for the Swans against Aston Villa in April 2014, coming on as a sub during a 4-1 win. Fulton scored his first senior goal for Swansea City during the sides 3-1 EFL Cup victory over Peterborough in August 2016.
(On loan at Southend United until May 2017)
Adam King signed a three-and-half-year deal with Swansea City from Scottish Premiership side Hearts in January 2014. The midfielder helped the Under-21s lift the Development League Two title in 2014-15. King scored four League One goals whilst on loan at Crewe in 2015 and has this campaign linked-up with Southend United on a season long loan.
Adnan arrived at Swansea City Academy from his native Sweden in August 2014. The midfielder soon cemented a place in the Under-18s squad while he helped the Under-19s to two FAW Youth Cup victories. Adnan was selected by Sweden Under-23s as part of the squad for the 2016 Rio Olympic games.
Jack Evans has grown-up with Swansea City after joining the academy set-up aged eight. The midfielde featured in his first Under-21s game against Brighton in December 2015. The midfielder signed a one-year deal with the club in July 2016
Dutch midfielder Tom Plezier joined Swansea City in May 2016 from Brabant United youth academy in Holland.
Tom has been with Swansea City Academy since the age of nine. The strong midfielder signed his first professional deal with the club in July 2016.
The midfielder spent 13-years at Watford before signing a two-year deal with Swansea City in July 2016.
Tom Holland signed on with Swansea City's development squad from Manchester City's academy after a successful trial in March 2015. The midfielder scored his first goal for the Under-23s during the sides 2-1 pre-season victory over Scottish Championship side Morton in July 2016.
Ryan Blair signed for Swansea City Under-23s during the January 2016 transfer window from Scottish Championship side Falkirk. The box-to-box midfielder is the fourth U23s player to sign from Falkirk's academy.
(On loan at Newport until January 2017)
Josh Sheehan signed his first professional contract at the Liberty Stadium in November 2012. The midfielder, who hails from Pembrey, scored a stunning 45-yard half-volley against Cardiff City to send the Swans into the FAW Youth Cup final in May 2014. Sheehan made his first senior appearance in August 2014 as the Swans beat Rotherham in the Capital One Cup. The Wales Under-21 international spent three months on loan at League One side Yeovil Town in 2014-15 and returned to the Glovers in September 2015 to make 15 appearances and score two goals in League Two.
Daniel James signed for Swansea City at the start of August 2014 from Hull City. The impressive winger is another young star to be promoted from the under-18s to the under-23 set-up last season.
Alex Bray joined Swansea City academy from Swindon Town in 2010. The winger signed his first professional contract in June 2013 and was included in the first team pre-season tour to America at the start of the 2014-15 season. In September 2014, whilst on loan at League Two side Plymouth, Bray sustained a knee ligament injury that would keep him from playing for 15 months. In January 2016, Bray made his return with the Under-21s coming on as a substitute during the 0-0 draw against Arsenal.
(On loan at Northampton Town until January 2017)
Dutch-born Kenji Gorre is a product of Manchester City’s youth system before crossing over to United in 2002. The promising young winger signed with Swansea City in 2013, helping the Under-21 side lift the Development League Two title with a total of 18 goals. Kenji made his Premier League debut for the first team at Crystal Palace in May 2015. In July 2016 Gorre signed a six-moth loan deal with League One side Northampton Town.
Local talent Owain Jones signed for Swansea City Academy when he was just ten. The Swansea-born striker scored two goals as the Under-19s won the FAW Youth Cup for a sixth straight year with a 3-1 win over Cardiff. Despite an injury hit season in 2015-16, Owain scored eight goals for the Under-21s, helping the side reach the play-offs.
(On loan at Yeovil until January 2017)
Flintshire-born Hedges joined the Swans in 2013 after coming through Flint Town’s youth system. Ryan has represented Wales at an Under-19 and U21 level. Despite not yet featuring for Swansea City’s first team, the attacking player has scored professional goals whilst on loan with League One side Leyton Orient during the 2014-15 season. The winger is currently on loan at League Two side Yeovil Town.
Promising striker Alex Samuel joined Swansea City from Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth Town in 2012. Alex featured a number of times for the under-21s during the 2014-15 season, scoring in the final to help lift the Development League Two title with a 3-2 win over Huddersfield. Alex extended his contract with the Swans in June 2015 before joining Scottish Championship side Morton on loan last campaign.
Jordan Garrick came through the ranks at non-league club Ossett Albion whilst also part of the Huddersfield New College Football Academy. The striker signed a two-year deal with Swansea City in November 2015.
Botti Biabi signed for Swansea City from Scottish Championship side Falkirk in August 2015. The Scotland Under-19 international made his first appearance for the Under-21s later that month against Stoke with the striker scoring his first goal for the development squad at home to Brighton during a 4-0 league win in December 2015.
A product of Bradford City’s youth academy, Oliver signed for Swansea City on a three-year deal in July 2015. The Scotland Under-19 international has gained first-team experience in League One with Bradford City and played for Manchester United in the 2013 Milk Cup. Oliver scored on his Swans U21s debut in a 1-0 win over Brighton in August 2015 in Premier League Division Two before joining League Two side Newport County in November 2015, the striker came off the bench to score a 23 minute hat-trick against Luton. in August 2016 the striker scored twice on his first-team debut with the Swans to help the side to a 3-1 win over Peterborough in the 2nd round of the EFL Cup.