A strong and quick centre-forward, Jevons played in the 1998 FA Youth Cup winning team and made nine appearances before moving to Grimsby Town in July 2001. He famously scored a League Cup winner against Liverpool at Anfield while with Grimsby and made a name for himself as a consistent goalscorer in the lower leagues with Yeovil before securing a move to Bristol City in 2006. He now plays alongside Danny Cadamarteri at Huddersfield.
McLeod was blessed with electric pace and made his first-team debut in September 2000 against Ipswich Town. He left Everton in 2003 to join Queens Park Rangers, for whom he played in the 2003 promotion play-off final. In 2005 he left the capital and moved to Swansea City before joining Colchester United a year later. In the summer of 2008 he signed on at Brighton.
Clarke represented England at every level through to Under 21s. A natural-born leader, he made his Everton debut at Coventry City in January 2001 but after loan spells at Port Vale, Coventry and Blackpool he was released in May 2004. He joined Blackpool on a permanent basis and was appointed captain for the Seasiders. Clarke left Bloomfield Road to join Southend United in the summer of 2006.
Chadwick was a regular goalscorer for the reserves and made an impressive impact when he broke into the first-team at the end of the 2001-02 season. He netted in three consecutive home games but his development probably suffered due to the dramatic emergence of Wayne Rooney. He moved to Plymouth Argyle in February 2005.
Hibbert made his Everton debut at West Ham United in March 2001 and he has since made the right-back position his own. A member of the 1998 FA Youth Cup winning team, Hibbert has made over 150 first-team appearances but he is still waiting for his first goal!