The Australia U20s have called in their heavyweights for June's World Championship, with Super Rugby and Sevens inclusions alike.
Reds speedster Izaia Perese and Aussie Sevens star Henry Hutchison headline the inclusions in the 28-man squad to compete in Georgia from May 31.
Hutchison's Sevens teammate Simon Kennewell is also in the squad, after an impressive showing in last year's tournament.
The lineup includes six capped Super Rugby players, with Shambeckler Vui, Jordan Uelese, Rob Valetini, Hamish Stewart, Jack Maddocks, Sione Tuipulotu and Perese named.
While many of those won't be available until the tournament lead-up truly begins, the wider Australia U20s squad will travel to Canberra on Wednesday for a camp at the AIS, with Harry Chapman, Vaauli Faamausili, Angus Allan, Theo Strang, Alex Horan, Isaac Lucas, Tony Hunt, Will Eadie, James Ramm and Jayden Ngamanu all drafted in for that.
U20s coach Simon Cron said the preparation for Georgia would focus on the basic mental and physical skills they need to work on, after a mixed Oceania U20s tournament.
“The Australian Sevens contingent still have a final two tournaments so those players will join us in Georgia. They will all have high aerobic and anaerobic capacities which is essential during a world cup campaign," he said.
“Our performances against New Zealand, Samoa and Fiji highlighted a number of key areas we need to work on in our sessions.
"Some rugby brains, in regards to game management, is a key, as well as the execution of catch and pass skills while running so these will be high on our priority list.”
Australia takes on Wales, Samoa and England in its pool matches in Georgia.
Australia U20s to compete in World Championships
Cody Walker, NSW Gen Blue U20s
Harry Johnson-Holmes, NSW Gen Blue U20s
Shambeckler Vui, Western Force
Gavin Luka, Queensland U20s
Jordan Uelese, Melbourne Rebels
Efi Maafu, Queensland U20s, Wests
Sama Malolo, Western Force U20s
Ryan McCauley, NSW Gen Blue U20s
Harry Hockings, Queensland U20s,
Angus Blyth, Queensland U20s
Angus Scott-Young, Queensland U20s
Liam Wright, Queensland U20s
Reece Hewat, Queensland U20s
Lachlan Anderson, Australian Sevens
Rob Valetini, Brumbies,
Lachlan Swinton, NSW Gen Blue U20s
Harry Nucifora, Queensland U20s
Harrison Goddard, Melbourne Rebels U20s
Hamish Stewart , Queensland Reds
Liam McNamara, Australian Sevens
Sione Tuipulotu, Melbourne Rebels U20s
Nick Jooste, Brumbies U20s
Izaia Perese, Queensland Reds
Jack Maddocks, Melbourne Rebels
Semisi Tupou, Melbourne Rebels U20s
Dylan Riley, Queensland U20s
Henry Hutchison, Australian Sevens
Simon Kennewell, Australian Sevens