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Right-hand bat; right-arm fast-medium
Having impressed so consistently in both ODI and Twenty20 cricket, it is no surprise that Chris Jordan has been drafted in for a potential Test debut.
It has been a meteoric rise for the all-action cricketer, who has bowled match-winning spells with the ball, hit aggressive runs with the bat and taken some excellent catches already.
It is hard to believe that he was without a county after the 2012 season, when he was released by Surrey, but he has seen a tremendous revival with Sussex and could be in line for a first Test cap.
With so much to offer in so many facets of the game, Jordan is definitely one for the future.