At number one, and having written an article about how exciting he is, is Ravel Morrison. Every West Ham fan wants to see this lad get and take his chances which will most likely be few and far between. He has that special something which will give the team an extra dimension if needed.
The second player is Sebastian Lletget. The American has somewhat exploded onto the scene during pre-season and is an exciting playmaking centre midfielder. With competition so high for this position he may struggle to get game time, but at the least a few cup appearances should we get a couple of favourable draws. I would also suggest he would have been a good candidate to go out on loan to a Championship side to get some serious game time.
The third young player who excites me for the forthcoming season is Danny Potts. The left back has had a few appearances for the senior side but has never nailed down that left back spot. With new signing Razvan Rat and the return of George McCartney he will most likely be third choice in his position but could use the oppourtunity of learning from two experience players and be the future first pick for the left back position.
I feel these three players will struggle to get game time but I would hope that if they impress they could stake their claim for a Premier League start. Ravel has the highest chance of game time and both Lletget and Potts could benefit with a season in the Championship to prove their worth.