Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl
Johnson Charles has incredible big hitting ability. He has already been likened to a right-handed Chris Gayle.
Charles has proved himself a valuable asset for the West Indies in ODI and T20I cricket.
Charles is yet to play a Test match for West Indies, but he has played a number of matches in the shorter formats.
His international debut came in 2011 against England in a T20 international at the Oval. It was a mixed occasion for the big hitting St Lucian youngster. Charles top scored with a fluent 36, but his departure sparked a horror collapse that saw West Indies lose its final eight wickets for just 28 runs.
His ODI debut was another loss; this time a 64-run hammering at the hands of Australia in 2012. The then 23 year old worked his way into the series, hitting a polished 45 in the third game.
Charles has two Test centuries and four fifties to his name.