Young goalkeeper Max Culverwell has been named in League Football Education’s ‘The 11’ for October.
The accolade acknowledges the on and off-the-field efforts of Under 18s across the EFL and celebrates their development as players, as well as their academic progression.
The shot-stopper has been included in October’s list after featuring in first-team squads regularly throughout the early part of the season and looks set to achieve distinction grades in the classroom.
The 17-year-old has impressed for Craig Gordon’s Under 18 side and his efforts have been recognised by the LFE, earning him an accolade that players including Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ademola Lookman have done previously.
LFE regional officer Ian King said: “Max has been a model apprentice. He has shown great dedication academically in addition to his playing development and deserves recognition for his efforts in all aspects of the programme.”
You can read more about Max’s selection here.