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    Josh Hazlewood is another. There is seriously a shortage in young good fast bowlers.

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    Well yeah Tendy is probably better than Bradman, but Bradman was 70 years ago, if he grew up in the modern era he'd still easily be the best. Though he wasn't, can understand the argument for Tendy even though I don't agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Finn is one of the few bowlers with promise.

    Would Shakib still count as a youngster?

    Kane Williamson looks dogs nuts.

    Such a shame the young Pakistani was a plank.
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    Yea i agree with philip hughes gonna be so gun one day.

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    I think it is suresh raina and virat kohli. I guess that, it may be wrong. Any other opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponting28 View Post
    I think it is suresh raina and virat kohli. I guess that, it may be wrong. Any other opinion?
    Raina will be the Yuvraj of this decade. Great OD player but totally inept in tests.

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    How close is he to County / County B level? Have played Warwicks a couple of times recently so am wondering if I've come across you on a boundary in the last couple of summers!
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    For England, James Taylor, hasn't played internationally but he will.
    Already been said , Finn is going to be around and for years and only get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    How close is he to County / County B level? Have played Warwicks a couple of times recently so am wondering if I've come across you on a boundary in the last couple of summers!
    Not there yet I'm afraid. Stylish all-rounder who is not quite strong enough in either department. His smaller than average build is probably contributes tot his, so we are working a lot on technique in anticipation of a growth spurt!

    Just love watching him play and enjoy the game (he has an incredible passion for it) and, a special treat, occasionally playing with him in the 4ths.

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    In terms of pure see ball-hit ball ability? Corey Anderson by so far it's not even funny. Next best is tamati Clarke but few of you wouldve heard of him. Bowling, doug bracewell for sure.

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    Has Corey been out with injuries? Hasn't played in domestic stuff for yonks barring the odd T20.

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    Many promising youngsters have already been mentioned.

    I'd have high hopes for Dev Bishoo and Andre Russell. The all-rounder's game still needs quite a bit of polishing (esp. bowling), but the leggie already looks class.

    Especially, given the way West Indian curators are preparing dutsbowls these days, he should have a fine future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Has Corey been out with injuries? Hasn't played in domestic stuff for yonks barring the odd T20.
    Yea he's been really unlucky over the last couple of years. Had a few injuries that were completely unrelated to each other. When he has played though he's shown huge glimpses of what he's capable of.

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