Hoever made headlines in January when, at the age of 16, he made his Liverpool debut when coming off the bench against Wolves in the FA Cup.
Though he has not made another appearance as yet, he has spent much of the season training with Jurgen Klopp's first team as he looks to cement a role either at right-back or in the centre of defence.
Ben Knight | England
Manchester City beat Tottenham to the signing of winger Knight in the summer of 2018, forking out £700,000 to bring him to the Etihad campus from Ipswich Town.
And he has shown exactly why they were willing to part with such a sum already, playing a key role in City's run to the FA Youth Cup final despite playing two years above his age group.
Nianzou Kouassi | France
Comfortable with the ball at his feet in possession or duelling with opposition attackers, Paris Saint-Germain centre-back Kouassi has already represented the Ligue 1 champions in the UEFA Youth League.
Voted by Le Parisien as the best young footballer in the capital in the summer of 2018, he is destined for a bright future.
Ian Maatsen | Netherlands
Chelsea moved quickly to bring left-back Maatsen to west London from PSV in the summer of 2018, and he has not disappointed.
Likened by some to another fellow Dutchman to come through the ranks with the Blues, Nathan Ake, he has been tipped for the top by a number of onlookers.
Nonso Madueke | England
Like many English players of the current generation, Madueke has taken the jump and moved to mainland Europe in the hope of earning a chance at the big time sooner rather than later.
The midfielder left Tottenham for PSV in the summer of 2018 and looks set for a big future with the Eredivise giants, if they can keep hold of him.
Robert Navarro | Spain
Regarded as one of the finest players within the La Masia system, Navarro took a leap of faith in the summer of 2018 and left Barcelona to join Monaco.
In January the midfielder became the youngest debutant in the Ligue 1 club's history – a record previously held by the likes of Thierry Henry and Kylian Mbappe.
Tiago Ribeiro | Portugal
Another currently on the books at Monaco, Ribeiro swapped Porto for the principality club in the summer of 2018.
A holding midfielder by trade, he is one of a number of talented Portugal players being tipped to do great things at senior level.
Georginio Rutter | France
A proven goalscorer at youth level, striker Rutter has already made the bench for Rennes – a club with a proven track record for developing young talent.
He signed his first professional contract with the Ligue 1 outfit last summer despite a number of Europe's top clubs showing an interest in him.
Fabio Silva | Portugal
Silva will not celebrate his 17th birthday until July, but he is already being tipped for superstardom after finding the net with regularity for both Portugal and Porto.
The phrase 'next Cristiano Ronaldo' has been thrown around once or twice already, but even if he does reach that level, he promises to become a household name.
Malik Tillman | Germany
Bayern Munich midfielder Tillman might only be 16, but he possesses the vision and ease on the ball of a man twice his age.
Though he will represent Germany at this tournament, it is understood that he could yet decide to play for the USA at senior level.
Franco Tongya | Italy
One of the jewels of the Juventus youth academy, midfielder Tongya has all the attributes required to become a player at the highest level.
A quick turn of pace and willingness to run at defenders as well as a fine passing range has seen him marked out as one to watch since he joined the Bianconeri in 2012.
Theo Zidane | France
Whenever a midfielder with the surname 'Zidane' appears in a France shirt, fans and scouts alike sit up and take notice.
Schooled at Real Madrid, the third son of the Blancos manager perhaps has the best chance of all of making it at the top level.