Scot Gemmill has named 10 uncapped players in his Scotland Under-21 squad for the upcoming International Challenge Match against Estonia at the Paisley 2021 Stadium later this month.
Greg Taylor has been included after impressing at Kilmarnock this season and Málaga CF forward Jack Harper has also earned his first under-21 call up.
St Mirren will be represented by Stephen Mallan and Lewis Morgan whilst Motherwell have three players included in the 22-player squad in Chris Cadden, Dominic Thomas, currently on loan at Queen of the South, and Zak Jules, who joined the Well on loan from Reading in January.
Hearts’ defender Liam Smith is also listed along with team mate Jordan McGhee who is currently on loan at Middlesbrough.
There are also places for four Celtic players in the shape of Liam Henderson who won the Scottish Cup on loan with Hibs last season, Jamie McCart (on loan to Inverness Caledonian Thistle), Joe Thomson (on loan to Queen of the South) and Paul McMullan (on loan to Dunfermline Athletic).
Entry to the match, which kicks off at 7.30pm, is £5 for adults and £2 for concessions with FREE entry for Scotland Supporters Club members (valid membership card must be presented).
The match will serve as a preparation match for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying round which begins in September with a home tie against Netherlands (venue to be confirmed).
An under-20 squad will travel to France in May to compete at the Toulon Tournament as Scot Gemmill seeks to fine tune his squad before the qualification matches get under way.
Scotland Under-21 squad
Ryan Fulton (Liverpool, loan to Chesterfield)
Devlin Mackay (Kilmarnock, loan to Berwick Rangers)
Jack Ruddy (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Alex Iacovitti (Nottingham Forest)
Zak Jules (Reading, loan to Motherwell)
Jamie McCart (Celtic, loan to Inverness CT)
Jordan McGhee (Hearts, loan to Middlesbrough)
Liam Smith (Heart of Midlothian)
Greg Taylor (Kilmarnock)
Chris Cadden (Motherwell)
Liam Henderson (Celtic)
Stephen Mallan (St Mirren)
James Jones (Crewe Alexandra)
Dominic Thomas (Motherwell, loan Queen of the South)
Ruben Sammut (Chelsea)
Joe Thomson (Celtic, loan to Queen of the South)
Ryan Hardie (Rangers, loan to Raith Rovers)
Jack Harper (Málaga CF)
Oliver McBurnie (Swansea City)
Paul McMullan (Celtic, loan to Dunfermline Athletic)
Lewis Morgan (St Mirren)
Craig Wighton (Dundee)
Under-21 International Challenge Match
Scotland v Estonia
Tuesday, 28 March 2017, kick-off 7.30pm
Paisley 2021 Stadium, Paisley
Entry: £5 adults, £2 concessions (via cash gate)
FREE entry for Scotland Supporters Club members (with valid membership card)