Sharp, son of former Scotland legend Graeme, is a 23 year-old striker currently playing for Welsh Premier League side Bangor City. He banged 27 goals for Bangor last season, before an injury cut the forward's season short. He joined Bangor from Rhyl last August, after coming through Rhyl's youth system and looking like one for the future, he was cruelly sidelined for a year due to a broken leg suffered suffered against FK Suduva in the UEFA Cup.
Irving meanwhile, is a pacy right back who can also play in the centre, and former captain of Everton's reserves. He was surprisingly released by the Toffees at the end of last season, despite taking the club's reserve player of the year award in 2007. The 19 year-old is most comfortable at right back, a position in which the club's only option is on loan Brendan Moloney, but he can also cover across the defence if necessary.
Both players will be training with Notts for the duration of next week, and NCM will have news of their futures first.