The programme will be similar in the way that the Schools of Rugby was run this year, with large groups of players catering for the development of more players throughout the county said Assistant Academy Manager, Simon Lane.
"The idea is to come away from using the term 'talent ID' when dealing with players so young, as with varying rates of physical and mental maturation, it is impossible to accurately say which players will make it onto our senior academy even at 15.
"This programme offers wider opportunity which is fantastic for all of the players involved, with around 80 players expected to be selected in each of the squads at the youngest end of the age scale.
"There is a tremendous relationship between the GRFU and the Academy, and we are aiming to use the DPP as a vehicle to engage with a greater number of players and coaches, making it a positive step forward for rugby throughout the county as a whole.
"Nigel Gillingham who is Head of Representative Rugby at the GRFU has been fantastically positive in moving things forward with the RFU and deserves great credit in helping us to be selected to unveil the programme."
Nomination forms are due to be sent to all clubs and schools this Friday 7th June in accordance with the lists held by the GRFU, and will enclose full details of the process to complete and return.