It's a case of younger brother following older brother in the fifth Daily Mail Schools Trophy this season.
Marcus Smith's startling progression at Brighton College last season shot him into Eddie Jones' training squad for this autumn's England internationals.
The 18-year-old has now moved to Harlequins, making his Premiership debut last Saturday, leaving the way open for his younger brother, Luc, to fill the No 10 spot at the school.
Marcus Smith (left, with George Ford) has found success since the Daily Mail Schools Trophy
'Luc is a very similar player and is very skillful and loves to attack,' reports Nick Buoy, Brighton College's director of rugby.
The younger Smith, who played alongside his brother last season, is expected to start on Saturday against Cranleigh.
Brighton won last season's game, 6-3, in which Marcus kicked the important penalties.
By then he had been singled out by Jones when he took the England squad to Brighton College for a training camp.
The extra coaching included sessions working alongside George Ford, the present England No 10.
Brighton will be looking to improve on their eighth place last season in the Trophy, the competition organised by schoolsrugby.co.uk which is a showcase for around 100 teams over the autumn term.
Champions Wellington celebrate their crucial win over Harrow in last season's competition
This season promises to be another enthralling competition in which Wellington College are the ones to stop having won the last three seasons.
Sedbergh and Kirkham are the likeliest northern challengers while in the midlands Rugby are an emerging force followed by Millfield in the south west.
Last season Sedbergh finished second to Wellington having lost once and that was to Kirkham who finished fifth.
Sedbergh were also hit by more misfortune when bad weather caused the cancellation of the annual clash at Broad Street, the Coventry-based club, against Wellington.
The Cumbrians had hoped for a victory which would have made Wellington's path to a third title much more difficult. The packed schedule meant that match could not be re-arranged.
By then Wellington were displaying the greater resilience to grab that third successive title after they had looked to be slipping.
Wellington, who started their defence by beating High Wycombe, host Dulwich on Saturday in the first full set of fixtures.
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