Possible CPL Teams They May Go To
Alzarri Joseph has been the leader of the bowling attack for the West Indies U-19 at the world cup, hitting 140 kmph plus. Joseph has also led the bowling for the Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the PCL first class tournament. Earmarked as one for the future he should certainly be a telling addition for his local franchise St Kitts and Nevis Patriots.
Gidron Pope like Joseph has First Class experience, with Windward Islands Volcanoes. Pope has been instrumental for the young Windies at the top of the order in Bangladesh. Additionally he is a handy off spinner who can take wickets. Pope should be able to add to the formidable batting prospects of the St Lucia Zouks.
Chemar Holder was a late addition to the young Windies squad. Arriving only in time for the Quarterfinals, Holder made an immediate impact with his 140 kmph plus pace. Holder complements Joseph and is also dubbed to be one of the few quicks in the cupboard. Holder also had a successful Nagico Super 50 tournament for CCC Marooners and is no stranger to the regional circuit. Jamaica Tallawahs would be an ideal destination.
Jyd Goolie may not be the superstar mold as those mentioned before. Yet he has been consistent in his performance with his off spin bowling and contributions with he bat. Goolie should do well with the newly branded Trinbago Knight Riders.
Shimron Heytmer has led a sleeping giant to the final of the U-19 world cup. Heytmer has been low on runs but score them when they mattered most in the Semifinal win over the host. Heytmer is yet another of the lot who has braced the First Class circuit. He would do well to join local franchise Guyana Amazon Warriors
Shamar Springer has scored the only century to date for a West Indian at the premier youth tournament. Springer is the leading run scorer at the tournament and is also a handy back up pacer. Springer should be a compelling addition for his home franchise Barbados Tridents