The full list of Arsenal’s 2022 scholars can finally be confirmed after Ismeal Kabia’s deal was announced.
A forward who can also play out wide, Benjamin has represented Wales at youth level and was prolific for Arsenal U16s last season.
The son of former West Ham player Kenny Brown, he possesses excellent leadership qualities and is a dependable performer at centre-back. Brown played for the U18s against Everton last season in the Premier League Cup.
A goalkeeper who was previously at Crystal Palace, Cooper is eligible to represent England or Jamaica.
A central midfielder who has played for England at U15 level, Dudziak is an impressive passer.
Ferdinand is a winger who delivers excellent crosses and also poses a goal threat himself. He works very hard off the ball.
Another winger, Forde joined Arsenal as an U15 player having previously been at Watford for eight years.
A skilful winger, Kabia is eligible to play for Sierra Leone or the Netherlands at youth level.
A no-nonsense defender who often makes crunching challenges, Kacurri was signed after being let go by Fulham. He is an impressive distributor of the ball.
A forward eligible to play for England or Sierra Leone, Kamara can also play out wide.
Capable of playing in either full-back berth, Nichols is one of the youngest players in this group and relishes pushing forward.
The younger brother of first-team goalkeeper Arthur, Brian has already been on the bench for the U18s and has impressive reflexes.
One of the standout talents in this group, Rojas trained with the first-team as a schoolboy and commands his penalty area very well.
A right-back who can also play in midfield, Rosiak was involved with the U18s last season. He is a Poland youth international.
A skilful player who can operate as a winger or a forward, he was signed from Chelsea and has progressed well in the ensuing period.
A centre-back who is a product of the Hale End academy, Small reads the game well.