Date of birth – April 29, 1998, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

Awaiting Nottinghamshire First Class Debut

Calvin Harrison initially impressed the Nottinghamshire coaching staff with a hundred for Oxford MCCU against Nottingamshire in a pre-season friendly, but it was his leg-spin which brought him the most plaudits in a remarkable first year as a professional. 

The South West-raised cricketer was immediately thrust into the Vitality Blast fray after signing a short-term deal and made quite the name a name for himself, picking up four wickets on three occasions as he finished the white-ball campaign as the Outlaws' top wicket-taker. 

His stand-out season earned him a spot in the Manchester Originals' side for The Hundred, his ascent to the top of the game as rapid as you are likely to see. 

Born in South Africa but raised in New Zealand and England, Harrison was part of the Somerset academy as a teenager through his roots at King's Taunton. He went on to trial at Hampshire, and appeared for the Hawks in the Vitality Blast in 2020 before committing to Trent Bridge.