Danger Danger Nile Ranger
Building up youngsters at Newcastle United has always been a dangerous game on Tyneside but every now and again a player comes along who seems to give you that little bit of belief and that voice in your head that says "the boy's a bit special", watch Nile Ranger for 90 minutes and I bet you feel the same.
Ranger took his tally for the season to 21 in reserve and Academy games with a well taken left footed effort that left Everton goalie Iain Turner with no chance.
He'd also put himself about all night and earned his keep upfront by helping Newcastle's second string fight back from 1-0 down on a mild night at Whitley Park.
Caretaker boss Chris Hughton and sidekick Colin Calderwood watched on from the stands at Blue Flames as Ranger showed that the sort of performance which would have probably had him on the fringes had Newcastle not been deep in relegation trouble.
So what's so good about him?
Well he's got bags of skill, plenty of pace, he's got height and he knows where the net is.
Surely we've been here before though?
Well yes, down the years we've had Paul Brayson, Shola Ameobi, and Michael Chopra as well as an abundance of kids who have looked quality in the reserves then flopped at first team level.
But there seems to be a bit more with Ranger though, he seems to have that little bit of sparkle that perhaps we won't see tested until he's had his chance at first team level.
Everton had edged in front when Cory Sinnott stabbed home on 15 minutes after Newcastle failed to clear a free-kick.
That was the only goal of a poor first half and a much improved performance in the second half resulted in Mark Doninger heading home in the 65th minute after another promising player in James Tavernier.
It was Geordie boy Doninger's ninth of the season to put him clear at the top of the scoring chart but he is still awaiting news on a new contract.
Ranger then burst through with nine minutes left before lashing home with his left peg to win it for Newcastle.