The Anfield outfit have a track record of producing top-drawer youth academy graduates, with the afire-mentioned trio looking to follow in illustrious footsteps.
Williams, 19, is a Wales under-21 international that can play at centre-back or in the heart of his side’s midfield and made eight appearances out on loan at Notts County last term.
Stewart, 21, is a product of the Tottenham academy and plays as either a full-back or in midfield. The versatile youngster spent last season on loan spells with Burton Albion and Cheltenham Town to gain first-team football experience.
Kent is a winger who can play on either flank and is at a stage in his career where a loan move will surely aid his development.
The Reds have been int he market to bolster their youth ranks of late, with the capture of highly rated Dutch winger Bobby Adekanye from Barcelona last week.