Italy prospect Simone Scuffet has flown under the radar for overseas fans, largely because he hails from the same country as the incredible Gianluigi Donnarumma, who is almost three years younger and already being tipped as Buffon's sucessor for the national team.
Scuffet is also yet to fully establish himself as number one for his club side, Udinese, although at 21, there's not really any shame in that. Only an elite group of 'keepers get the number one jersey for a top division side so young.
In the limited opportunities he has received, he has dazzled at times and disappointed at others, making a string of brilliant saves one minute only to let himself down by dropping a clanger the next.
None of that is out of the norm for an up-and-coming outfield player, however - let alone a goalkeeper - and that's particularly true in Italy, where players have historically tended to peak much later than in other countries in Europe.