**Nicky Thomas is undoubtedly one of the most promising tighthead props in the Guinness PRO14 and we start today’s Media Watch with a word of warning from his former coach Bernard Jackman.**\n\nThomas worked with Jackman when he made a loan move from the Scarlets to the Dragons almost three years ago but has struggled to fulfil his vast potential.\n\nHowever, next season he will move to the Ospreys and Jackman believes his is entering his “last chance saloon.”\n\n"The Ospreys is probably the last chance saloon for Nicky. We have all given him so many chances to fulfil his potential,” [he told the Rugby Paper.](https://www.therugbypaper.co.uk/)\n\n"I took a punt on him being a late developer, a bit like Adam Jones. It's hard to find tighthead props who love scrummaging.\n\n"But the game has moved on a bit, and you have to have good movement to be a top class No.3. Just look at Kyle Sinckler and John Afoa.\n\n"Nicky has always struggled with his weight, his eating and his speed of movement.”\n\nStaying in Wales and 22-year-old Welsh-qualified centre Johnny Williams could be on his way to the Scarlets, [according to WalesOnline.](https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/new-man-wales-rugby-radar-18345282)\n\nWilliams played against Wales for the Barbarians last summer and was part of the England team that won the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in 2016.\n\nHe had been viewed as a possible bolter for Eddie Jones’ World Cup squad last season but he was then hit with testicular cancer and out of the game for six months.