Fellow Warriors Seb Deans-Smith, Harry Robinson and Ben Fowles will play for the England Saxons against an Italy Academy Selection Under 17 side at 12pm.
Meanwhile, Will Butler and Charlie Morgan will represent the England Lions against the England Roses at 10am.
The talent identification process began back in March 2013 with each of the four divisions (London and the South East, Midlands, North and South West) naming a squad of twenty five in December.
Over the last week, against tough international opposition, the players have sought to impress the England U16s coaching team during two days of competition.
England U16 Head Coach Steve Shortland said: "It is a huge honour to pull on a shirt and the performances and level of commitment shown by players this week have proved how much it means to them to represent their country at this festival.
"It is exciting to see how much talent there is in this age group and how individuals have developed as a result of this week's experience.
"It was a real challenge to select a final squad from over one hundred players but those named have earned their places.
"It won't be easy taking on a very good Scotland side at the end of a demanding week but we are looking forward to it and are hoping to finish a very successful tournament with a strong performance."
Warriors Academy Manager Mark Hewitt added: "I am delighted that these players have been recognised with international call-ups after the hard work they have displayed this season.
"We place a huge emphasis on developing young talent at Warriors and this international experience will stand them in good stead in the future. I wish them all the best of luck."