Will Jacks is hailed as one of the rising stars in England cricket. The 22-year-old is one of the cleanest hitters of the ball and also bowl right-arm off-spin. Jacks has been in sensational form with the bat in the ongoing T20 Blast 2021. He recently made headlines after getting named in England’s revised 18-man squad for the white-ball series against Pakistan, starting from 8th July 2021. The England cricketer is likely to make his ODI debut in the series.
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Will Jacks first grabbed eyeballs after scoring a century against the India U-19 team in an under-19 Test in 2017. Following his ton, he was drafted into the England squad for the 2018 U-19 World Cup. Will Jacks made his List-A debut for Somerset during the 2018 Royal London ODI cup. In only his third game, he struck a century against Gloucestershire. In the same year, he also made his first-class and T20 debut.
He has been in a sensational form in the ongoing T20 Blast 2021. In 11 matches, he has scored 369 runs at an average of 36.90 and a strike rate of 170.05.
Will Jacks is currently 22-years old. He was born on 21st November 1998 at Chertsey, Surrey. He made his List-A and first-class debut at 19 years of age.
Will Jacks made his debut in Big Bash League for Hobart Hurricanes in the 10th edition of the tournament. He played 8 matches and scored 79 runs at a strike rate of 114.49m, including 5 sixes. With the ball, he picked 1 wicket in 3 innings at an economy of 8.75.
Will Jacks is unmarried and currently single.
Will Jacks is yet to make his debut in the Indian Premier League. The 22-year-old hasn’t found a buyer thus far in the league. However, given his talent and destructive stroke-play, he could soon ply his trade for an IPL franchise.