Let's start with probably the top favourite for taking the Young Player of the Year award - Chelsea winger Eden Hazard.
After a not so spectacular first season in London, the Belgian has definitely proved his worth this term and is the Blues' star player.
Having played in every single game in the Premier League, Hazard has notched 14 goals and provided nine assists in 33 games.
Let's include the phenomenal 87 created chances for his teammates and you have a world-beater at the age of 22.
Few will rival Hazard, but will he take the award home?