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Tottenham Hotspur Prospect Rankings - 2013


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Tottenham prospect rankings: #2, Andros Townsend

While most have been eagerly awaiting the profile which will run tomorrow, I voted Townsend as my #1, and for good reason.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #3: Alex Pritchard

We're finally into the top three and it's England U-20 international Alex Pritchard who holds down the third position on our list.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings #4: Milos Veljkovic

Whether as a centre-back or as a playmaker, Milos Veljkovic looks primed for big things with Spurs in the years to come.

Spurs Prospect Rankings, #5: Adam Smith

Number five with a bullet, our favorite economist-cum-fullback

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #6: Nabil Bentaleb

We're almost to the top five, but before we get there, here's a look at French midfielder Nabil Bentaleb.

Tottenham Hotspur Prospect Rankings #7: Harry Kane

Young striker Harry Kane is number seven on our list. Might he be the answer to Spurs striking woes? Probably not.

Prospect Rankings, #8: Shaquile Coulthirst

Tottenham's bulldog 18 year-old forward is next in line for a youth career review.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #9: Massimo Luongo

Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo has already made his first team debut for Spurs, but could his future hold a lot more appearances at White Hart Lane? We think so.

Prospect Rankings, #10: Cristian Ceballos

Hey, a guy we're actually super-positive about for once!

Prospect Rankings, #11: Kenneth McEvoy

The 18 year-old winger affectionately dubbed "Baby Bale" fittingly clocks in at number 11 on our list. But can he step out of Bale's shadow and forge his own identity at the club?

Prospect Rankings, #12: Ryan Mason

The highly-rated midfield maestro ended last season on a low note. Can he get his groove back?

Spurs prospect rankings: #13, Souleymane Coulibaly

Another highly touted prospect that we had to pay good money for who simply hasn't panned out yet.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #14: Grant Hall

Former Brighton and Hove Albion defender Grant Hall is number 14 on our list of Tottenham Hotspur youth prospects following some impressive performances as captain of the U-21 Premier League side.

Spurs Prospect Rankings, #15: Giancarlo Gallifuoco

Australian midfielder Giancarlo Gallifuoco has earned a lot of attention for his performances with the U-21 Premier League side, as a result he finds himself at #15 on our list.

Tottenham prospect rankings, #16: Zeki Fryers

You probably expected to see this dude a little bit higher.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings #17: Cameron Lancaster

Cameron Lancaster has been hampered by injuries in the last year, but he still manages to find a place in our top 20 rankings of Tottenham Hotspur youth players.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #18: Jordan Archer

Scottish goalkeeper Jordan Archer has done well in his loan spells thus far in his career and it's those performances that make him our number eighteen prospect.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #19: Laste Dombaxe

Next up on Tottenham's best-rated youngsters list, it's versatile Angolan midfielder Laste Dombaxe.

Tottenham Prospect Rankings, #20: Tomislav Gomelt

Croatian midfielder/striker Tomislav Gomelt, who spent the second half of last season on loan at RCD Espanyol B, is Tottenham Hotspur's 20th ranked youth prospect.

Tottenham Hotspur Youth Prospect Rankings

Starting Monday the we will be rolling out our rankings of the top 20 prospects in the Tottenham Hotspur youth system.