All three are amongst the latest crop of students developed through the elite rugby programmes at Hartpury College.
The scheme is a joint venture with Gloucester Rugby aimed at ensuring that talented athletes are provided with the best chance possible to become an elite rugby athlete whilst also gaining important academic qualifications.
It's been running for several seasons now, and the impact of the Hartpury is apparent when considering the make up of the Gloucester first team and Academy squads for 2013-14.
Of the 50 players who comprise those two squads, 18 (or 36%) of them are former or current Hartpury students.
Prior to 2009 there were no international U18 students from Hartpury. Since 2009, 22 players have been awarded U18 caps for various nations, the vast majority for England.
And the list of students who have represented England U20s in recent times is a lengthy one. Only last month, Ross Moriarty and Elliott Stooke both helped England to win the Junior World Championship for the first time in France.
In addition, Hartpury College is the only college to have won the AASE League Championship (the Elite U18 title in England).
This year they triumphed for the fourth successive occasion, defeating Oaklands College by 20 points to 10. Ludlow scored the crucial late try, with Boughton adding the conversion.
The college was also nominated by the RFU as its strongest college to represent England in the Sanix World U18 Championships in Japan where they finished as runners up.
The production line is showing no signs of slowing up and Gloucester's Director of Rugby Nigel Davies insists that this flow of talent is crucial to the long term success of the club:
"I've long been an advocate of the need to develop your own talent. Having a core group of young players who understand what it means to play for their local team is hugely important.
"The relationship with Hartpury College is a terrific one from our point of view. The players are receiving a top class academic education whilst developing their rugby skills in an environment where Hartpury's results speak for themselves.
"Importantly for ourselves, we also get regular access to those players who are able to benefit from training with the first team and, hopefully, take their first steps on a career with Gloucester Rugby.
"It's a system that works. We've seen the likes of Jonny May become a full international over the few months having followed this route and I'm sure he won't be the last."