Sean Murray is an 17 year old Am/Winger who plays for Watford, currently rated 82.
He has been at Watford, and their successful academy since the age of 9. They have produced talent such as Ashley Young and have helped develop Tom Cleverley, Adam Johnson and Kacaniklic on loan in the past.
In July 2010 Murray turned down an offer from Manchester City, who thought very highly of him, to sign a professional contract at Watford. He played 18 games last season, scoring 7 goals. This instantly alerted several big clubs, notably Manchester City, to keep tabs on him.
This is a player I have watched a dozen times, and am convinced will go right to the very top of football. His fantastic vision, teamwork, eye for goal and technique means he stands out at only just 18 years of age.
He has won the Football League's Young Player of the Month Award for March and Watford's Young Player of the Season Award since his arrival in the first team.
Could easily be a star, a 91+ rating is very much achievable.
Matej Vydra- Watford/Udinese
Matej Vydra is 20 years old and is currently playing for Watford, on loan from their parent club Udinese.
Since his arrival at Watford, he has become renowned throughout the Championship as one of the hottest properties. He has an impressive 14 goals in 21 appearances and his goal/shot conversion rate on 48% (Opta Stats) is the highest of the 42 players in the top 4 divisions with 10+ goals.
His blistering pace and composure when in 1 on 1 situations is impeccable and will take him right to the very top. Udinese have a reputation for scouting young players and producing gems, as Handanovic (Inter), Sanchez (Barcelona), Isla & Asamoah (Juventus) are testament to.
He has been praised constantly by Gianfranco Zola, who firmly believes he has the makings of a top player, who has helped guide Watford to 3 points clear in 6th place, with a game in hand. Watford also have a reputation for producing youngsters such as Ashley Young whilst taking Adam Johnson, Tom Cleverly, Kacaniklic and Ben Foster, to name a few, on year-long loans to help develop them.
A few highlights:
First goal & 4:55:
Should rise in the next EC ratings by 1 or possibly 2 if this continues (which is likely, but definitely one for the future.