And the England Under-18 international, currently training with the first-team team squad, has now pledged his future development by putting pen to paper on a one-year deal.
The former Kings School Worcester student is just the latest player to rise through the ranks all the way to the full-time Academy. Having started his rugby in the mini/junior set-up, Fellows was part of the National Cup winning Under-17 side that also included fellow Sixways aces Jonny Arr, Jake Abbott, Andy Robinson, Tim Streather and Cameron Pimlow.
Academy boss Stanley believes the club's thriving mini/junior section is now the ideal breeding ground for young talent to develop. And with the Worcester Rugby Under-12s recently crowned the best team in the country - having not lost a match in six years - he admits the next batch of young talent could soon be on show.
"The club is fortunate to have such an ambitious and thriving mini/junior section that can produce players for the Elite Player Development Group (EPDG) that can then come through into the full-time senior academy," said Stan.
"Charlie is an example of that development and we're delighted that he has signed a contract with the club and that we can continue to guide his career. I know he impressed Warriors supporters last season and I'm sure they will look forward to watching him continue to develop at Sixways over the next 12 months."