Chris Tremain is another member of the fast-bowling fraternity coming through the system with the NSW Blues.
The youngster has hit the ground running – both literally and figuratively – taking 24 wickets in his budding career so far.
Tremain made his debut in the Ryobi Cup in early 2012, where he picked up two wickets against the Warriors.
A maiden Bupa Sheffield Shield cap soon followed, and the imposing paceman starred, snaring three wickets in each innings against the Bushrangers.
A product of Country New South Wales, Tremain got a great chance in last season’s KFC T20 Big Bash league with the Sydney Thunder.
He picked up six wickets for the tournament, and thrilled the ANZ faithful with his huge hitting down the ground.
Tremain featured in a further four First-class matches last season, and only went wicketless in one innings.
His best return came against Tasmania, with a destructive 5/57.
The big man will have plenty of competition in 2013/14, but a prolonged stretch of good form in the Futures League could see him make a swift return to the first XI.