The Hundred Draft: The full squads
Here it is then, the full Draft Grid for all the lucky lads who’ve got themselves a gig in The Hundred.
Each squad will get its 16th and final member next summer, when the teams all pick their “Wildcard” player – a domestic player on a £30k contract, picked after the Blast.
|ENGLAND||CENTRAL||Joe Root||Jofra Archer||Ben Stokes||Jonny Bairstow|
|Round 1||£125k||Rashid Khan||Andre Russell||Aaron Finch||Mitchell Starc|
|£125k||D’Arcy Short||David Warner||Mujeeb Ur Rehman||Steve Smith|
|Round 2||£100k||Lewis Gregory||Liam Dawson||Chris Lynn||Colin Ingram|
|£100k||Alex Hales||James Vince||Adil Rashid||Tom Banton|
|Round 3||£75k||Nathan Coulter-Nile||Shadab Khan||Adam Lyth||Ben Duckett|
|£75k||Harry Gurney||Chris Jordan||David Willey||Ravi Rampaul|
|Round 4||£60k||Steven Mullaney||Tymal Mills||Richard Gleeson||Simon Harmer|
|£60k||Matthew Carter||Ross Whiteley||Ben Foakes||Qais Ahmed|
|Round 5||£50k||Luke Wood||Delray Rawlins||Tom Kohler-Cadmore||Liam Plunkett|
|£50k||Tom Moores||Ollie Pope||David Wiese||Ryan ten Doeschate|
|Round 6||£40k||Dawid Malan||George Garton||Nathan Rimmington||David Payne|
|£40k||Ben Cox||Alex Davies||Brydon Carse||Ryan Higgins|
|Round 7||£30k||Luke Fletcher||Max Waller||Ed Barnard||Danny Briggs|
|£30k||Luke Wright||Craig Overton||John Simpson||Leus du Plooy|
|ENGLAND||CENTRAL||Sam Curran||Jos Buttler||Rory Burns||Chris Woakes|
|Round 1||£125k||Sunil Narine||Imran Tahir||Glenn Maxwell||Liam Livingstone|
|£125k||Jason Roy||Dane Vilas||Eoin Morgan||Moeen Ali|
|Round 2||£100k||Sam Billings||Phil Salt||Mohammad Nabi||Kane Williamson|
|£100k||Sandeep Lamichhane||Tom Abell||Mohammad Amir||Ravi Bopara|
|Round 3||£75k||Rilee Rossouw||Matt Parkinson||Roelof van der Merwe||Benny Howell|
|£75k||Tom Curran||Saqib Mahmood||Mark Wood||Tom Helm|
|Round 4||£60k||Reece Topley||Dan Christian||Joe Denly||Shaheen Afridi|
|£60k||Hardus Viljoen||Wayne Madsen||Dan Lawrence||Pat Brown|
|Round 5||£50k||Fabian Allen||Wayne Parnell||Mason Crane||Adam Hose|
|£50k||Alex Blake||Mitchell Santner||Kyle Abbott||Cameron Delport|
|Round 6||£40k||Will Jacks||Joe Clarke||Adam Rossington||Henry Brookes|
|£40k||Chris Wood||Marchant de Lange||Zak Crawley||Adam Zampa|
|Round 7||£30k||Nathan Sowter||Ed Pollock||Jade Dernbach||Riki Wessels|
|£30k||Laurie Evans||Eddie Byrom||Luis Reece||Chris Cooke|
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