Seven members of Hull City’s Under-23s squad have signed new deals ahead of the 2022/23 season.
Goalkeeper Harry Fisk, defenders Jake Leake and Tom Nixon, midfielders Harry Lovick and Oliver Green and forwards Will Jarvis and McCauley Snelgrove have all signed one-year deals, with the club holding the option of an extra 12 months.
Fisk has trained a handful of times with goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson at the first-team training base in Cottingham and also experienced his first taste of senior football out on loan. He first went to Spalding United before helping Tadcaster Albion keep their Northern Premier League East Division status with a string of impressive displays.
Leake had two separate loan spells with National League North side Boston United last season, making a combined 11 appearances. Fellow full-back Nixon captained the Under-23s last season and spent the closing stages of the 2021/22 season on loan at Pickering Town.
Lovick featured alongside Nixon on loan at the Pikes, making 13 appearances, while Green also played in the Northern Premier League East Division, helping Bridlington Town avoid relegation.
Jarvis made his Hull City debut against Wigan Athletic in the Carabao Cup in the first home game of the 2021/22 season and also featured in the Championship fixture against Derby County a week later. The forward also spent time on loan at York City and also helped Scarborough Athletic win promotion to the National League North via the play-offs.
Snelgrove featured regularly in two spells at Cleethorpes Town, scoring four goals in 11 appearances. Winning the club’s Player of the Month award for December, the 19-year-old helped take the Owls to the Northern Premier League play-offs.
Congratulations on signing your new deals, boys!