Supercoach BBL: Go to Waugh with Mark
He's my pick for Big Bash "find of the year" - but you've probably never heard of him.
Introducing Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a 17-year-old spinner from Afghanistan who has signed for the Brisbane Heat in BBL08.
I watched him closely in the IPL, where he took a wicket every 17 balls and went for just 6.99 runs per over.
He is tall, young, unusual and has a lot of mystery about him.
But perhaps most importantly for SuperCoach, he has a double game in the opening round. Load up.
D'Arcy Short, BAT/BOWL, Hurricanes, $258,900
Last year's top runscorer and one of the most dangerous players in T20 cricket. Bowling is underrated and he could take some handy wickets.
Chris Lynn, BAT, Heat, $202,000
You simply have to own him, especially with the round one double game. Hits them as far as Chris Gayle.
Ben McDermott, BAT/WKP, Hurricanes, $115,300
Excellent in Big Bash for the last two seasons. Scored one of the great BBL hundreds in 2016-17 at Etihad Stadium (now Marvel Stadium), scoring 114 off 52 balls.
Nic Maddinson, BAT, Stars, $136,700
Value. Gets a fresh start at a new club. Hits the ball as well as any player in the country on his day.
Matthew Wade, BAT/WKP, Hurricanes, $106,900
Another value purchase. Should bat in the top three for the Hurricanes and has shown good form this year in 50 over cricket and the Sheffield Shield.
Hilton Cartwright, BAT/BWL, Scorchers, $90,300
Should bat in the top four if he plays for the Scorchers, who have a double in round one.
Jack Edwards, BAT/BWL, Sixers, $42,000
My young gun to watch. Already scored tons this year in 50 over cricket and the Sheffield Shield. Fields well and bowls a heavy ball.
Jos Buttler, BAT/WKP, Thunder, $160,200
The Englishman is one of the best T20 players in the world. Has all the shots and is almost impossible to bowl to when he's on. A great acquisition for the Thunder.
Jimmy Peirson, BAT/WKP, Heat, $68,500
A good keeper and talented batsman who offers plenty of value.
Fawad Ahmed, BWL, Thunder, $152,700
For me, he's the second best spinner in the Big Bash behind Rashid Khan. Took 12 wickets last year at a great economy rate (6.12).
Ben Laughlin, BWL, Strikers, $136,000
A competitor who always takes wickets, whether it be in the middle overs or the death. Possesses lots of wicket-taking balls including a good bouncer and variety of slower balls.
Jason Behrendorff, BWL, Scorchers, $125,000
Great new ball bowler. Should take plenty of wickets up front and his height is well-suited to the bouncy Perth deck.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, BWL, Heat, $93,800
Most people have probably never heard of him but the 17-year-old Afghani is my pick for "find of the tournament". I watched him closely in the IPL and he is tall, young, unusual and has a lot of mystery about him.
Moises Henriques, BAT/BWL, Sixers, $88,000
A matchwinner with bat, ball or in the field. Coming off a quiet season as he dealt with personal issues, and therefore starts very cheap.
Nathan Coulter-Nile, BAT/BWL, Scorchers, $125,000
A dangerous new ball bowler in this format with his swing and pace.
Clive Rose, BWL, Hurricanes, $71,900
Underrated. Goes about his business with a minimum of fuss. Versatile cricketer who can be used up front or at any time during the innings.
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