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Jack Hinshelwood joined the Albion academy when he was seven.
The versatile midfielder worked his way up the youth ranks, playing for our under-18s and under-21s, before making his Premier League debut on the last day of the 2022/23 season in a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa.
His progress was recognised by the England youth setup, calling him up to their under-18 squad in June 2023.
Jack comes from a long line of footballers, including his dad Adam, who made 100 league appearances for the club during the Withdean era, before turning to coaching and management.
Jack’s great grandfather Wally played for Fulham, Chelsea, Reading and Bristol City. Wally’s sons Paul and Martin both played for Crystal Palace, with Martin going on to coach and manage the Albion.
Martin’s son Danny, who is Jack’s uncle, also played for Albion and Portsmouth.
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Experienced midfielder praises teenager's maturity since coming into the team.
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Teenage defender says support of teamates and family have helped him settle into the first team.
Veltman: What Hinshelwood has achieved has surprised me
Defender delighted with Jack's progress since coming into the team.
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Albion academy graduate made his first start of the Premier League season at Chelsea on Sunday.