Wycombe Wanderers have given professional contracts to four of their second year Apprentices.
League Two Apprentice of the Year Kadeem Harris, Jesse Kewley-Graham, Josh Scowen and Anthony Stewart will all join Gary Waddock’s senior squad in the summer after impressing during their two-year Apprenticeship.
Winger Harris and central midfielder Scowen have already featured for the first-team this season.
Kewley-Graham also a midfielder and centre-back Stewart will be making the step up as well following a string of superb performances for both the Reserve and U18 sides this season and Head of Youth Richard Dobson is delighted to see the four youngsters put pen to paper on their first professional deals.
“Each of the boys has shown in youth and reserve team games and when training with the first team, that they deserve a professional contract,” he told the club website, wwfc.com.
“I’m pleased that their hard work has earned them this reward, but it’s important they carry on working hard and learning as young professionals next season.”
Dobson added: “The players that haven’t been offered professional deals can hold their heads high with what they have achieved on the pitch and the style of the play they have brought to the youth team. They have been a pleasure to work with.”
First-team manager Gary Waddock said:
“I’ve followed the lads’ progress very closely and Richard Dobson has done a fantastic job in preparing them for senior football.”
“I’m looking forward to welcoming them into the first-team squad and they have the potential to become very exciting players for the club.”