Who is registered for The Hundred Men's Draft?

Babar Azam, David Warner and Nicholas Pooran are among the star overseas players available for selection. Scroll down to see the full list of registered players.

Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal and Kieron Pollard are some of the star overseas players available for selection in The Hundred Men’s Draft.

These superstars of world cricket are among 255 players from outside the UK to enter The Hundred Men's Draft, which will take place behind closed doors on Monday 22 February.

The outcome of the Men's Draft will be revealed throughout the day on Tuesday 23 February.

The Hundred men's squads are ready for the Men's Draft.

The Hundred men's squads are ready for the Men's Draft.

A total of 257 domestic players have put their names forward for the Men's Draft. 

The eight teams have already retained a number of players from the 2019 Draft. They must now fill the remaining gaps in their squads, with 35 slots open across the teams. Of these, seven will be filled by overseas players and the remaining 28 by domestic players.

Who would you pick for The Hundred from this list of players? Scroll down to take a look at the full list.

How does The Hundred Men's Draft work?

To find out more about the process of squad selection, click here.

Rob Hillman, Director of Event Operations, said:

"We are delighted with the level of interest we’ve had from both overseas and domestic players. There is a huge appetite to play in The Hundred which is designed to open up cricket to more families and young people with fast world-class action on the pitch and blockbuster entertainment off it. The calibre of the players involved means that it’s going to be an exciting men's draft – with a lot of competition for spaces amongst really top-drawer names."

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Overseas Players

Overseas Reserve Price £100,000

  • Shakib Al Hasan - Bangladesh
  • Babar Azam - Pakistan
  • Quinton De Kock – South Africa
  • Lockie Ferguson - New Zealand
  • Jason Holder – West Indies
  • Tamim Iqbal Khan - Bangaldesh
  • Kieron Pollard – West Indies
  • Nicholas Pooran – West Indies
  • Kagiso Rabada – South Africa
  • David Warner - Australia
David Warner has registered for The Hundred Draft

David Warner has registered for The Hundred Draft

Overseas Reserve Price £80,000

  • Shahid Afridi - Pakistan
  • Francois Du Plessis – South Africa
  • Moises Henriques - Australia
  • Shimron Hetmyer – West Indies
  • Mitchell Marsh - Australia
  • Joshua Philippe - Australia
  • Haris Rauf – Pakistan
  • Jhye Richardson - Australia
  • Imran Tahir – South Africa
Imran Tahir sends a ball down for South Africa

Imran Tahir sends a ball down for South Africa

Overseas Reserve Price £60,000

  • Ashton Agar – Australia
  • Jason Behrendorff - Australia
  • Daniel Christian - Australia
  • Martin Guptill – New Zealand
  • Muhammad Hafeez - Pakistan
  • Marnus Labuschagne - Australia
  • Christopher Morris – South Africa
  • Colin Munro – New Zealand
  • Anrich Nortje – South Africa
  • Wahab Riaz - Pakistan
  • Dale Steyn – South Africa
  • Andrew Tye - Australia
  • Matthew Wade - Australia
Dan Christian has won tournaments all over the world

Dan Christian has won tournaments all over the world

Overseas Reserve Price £48,000

  • Hassan Ali – Pakistan
  • Fabian Allen – West Indies
  • Dwayne Bravo – West Indies
  • Alex Carey – Australia
  • Shadab Khan – Pakistan
  • Evin Lewis – West Indies
  • David Miller – South Africa
  • Andile Phehlukwayo – South Africa
  • Mitchell Santner – New Zealand
  • Tim Southee – New Zealand
Dwayne Bravo is one of the world's most talented players

Dwayne Bravo is one of the world's most talented players

Overseas Reserve Price £40,000

  • Devon Conway – New Zealand
  • Ben Cutting – Australia
  • Litton Das – Bangladesh
  • Colin De Grandhomme – New Zealand
  • Dhananjaya De Silva – Sri Lanka
  • Niroshan Dickwella – Sri Lanka
  • James Faulkner – Australia
  • Imrul Kayes – Bangladesh
  • Usman Khawaja – Australia
  • Scott Kuggeleijn – New Zealand
  • Waqas Maqsood – Pakistan
  • Adam Milne – New Zealand
  • Jimmy Neesham – New Zealand
  • Kusal Perera – Sri Lanka
  • Thisara Perera – Sri Lanka
  • Shabbir Rahaman – Bangladesh
  • Rilee Rossouw – South Africa
  • Lendl Simmons – West Indies
  • William Somerville – New Zealand
  • Hussain Talat – Pakistan
  • Isuru Udana – Sri Lanka
  • Imad Wasim – Pakistan
  • Fakhar Zaman – Pakistan
New Zealand's Jimmy Neesham in the World Cup. He has put himself in for The Hundred Draft

New Zealand's Jimmy Neesham in the World Cup. He has put himself in for The Hundred Draft

Overseas Reserve Price £32,000

  • Fawad Ahmed – Australia
  • Bilal Asif – Pakistan
  • Thikshila De Silva – Sri Lanka
  • Jacob Duffy – New Zealand
  • Lasith Embuldeniya - Sri Lanka
  • Travis Head – Australia
  • Reeza Hendricks – South Africa
  • Aiden Markram – South Africa
  • Glenn Phillips – New Zealand
  • Mark Steketee – Australia
  • Donald Tiripano – Zimbabwe
  • Hardus Viljoen – South Africa
  • Jomel Warrican – West Indies
Jason Holder in action for West Indies

Jason Holder in action for West Indies

Overseas No Reserve Price (Surname A-G)

  • Kyle Abbott – South Africa
  • Sean Abbott – Australia
  • Asghar Afghan – Afghanistan
  • Wes Agar – Australia
  • Iftikhar Ahmad – Pakistan
  • Noor Ahmad – Afghanistan
  • Javed Ahmadi – Afghanistan
  • Taskin Ahmed – Bangladesh
  • Kamran Akmal – Pakistan
  • Aftab Alam – Afghanistan
  • Asif Ali – Pakistan
  • Haider Ali – Pakistan
  • Khawar Ali – Oman
  • Finn Allen – New Zealand
  • Faheem Ashraf – Pakistan
  • Sharafuddin Ashraf – Afghanistan
  • Zeeshan Ashraf – Pakistan
  • Todd Astle – New Zealand
  • Andrew Balbirnie – Ireland
  • Temba Bavuma – South Africa
  • Farhaan Behardien – South Africa
  • Hamish Bennett – New Zealand
  • Jackson Bird – Australia
  • Jermaine Blackwood – West Indies
  • Carlos Brathwaite – West Indies
  • Darren Bravo – West Indies
  • Josh Breed – South Africa
  • Ryan Burl – Zimbabwe
  • Ammad Butt – Pakistan
  • Curtis Campher – Ireland
  • Leo Carter – New Zealand
  • Hilton Cartwright – Australia
  • Johnson Charles – West Indies
  • Roston Chase – West Indies
  • Sheldon Cottrell – West Indies
  • Junior Dala – South Africa
  • Henry Davids – South Africa
  • Theunis de Bruyn – South Africa
  • Marchant De Lange – South Africa
  • Wanindu Hasaranga De Silva – Sri Lanka
  • Gareth Delany – Ireland
  • Cameron Delport – South Africa
  • Anton Devcich – New Zealand
  • Akila Dhananjaya – Sri Lanka
  • George Dockrell – Ireland
  • Ben Dunk – Australia
  • Ben Dwarshuis – Australia
  • Fidel Edwards – West Indies
  • Nathan Ellis – Australia
  • Rayad Emrit – West Indies
  • Callum Ferguson – Australia
  • Avishka Fernando – Sri Lanka
  • Andre Fletcher – West Indies
  • Cam Fletcher – New Zealand
  • Bjorn Fortuin – South Africa
  • Shannon Gabriel – West Indies
  • Zafar Gohar – Pakistan
  • Chris Green – Australia
  • Asela Gunarathne – Sri Lanka
  • Danushka Gunathilaka – Sri Lanka
  • Rahmanullah Gurbaz – Afghanistan
Carlos Brathwaite - remember the name

Carlos Brathwaite - remember the name

Overseas No Reserve Price (Surname H-O)

  • Jahmar Hamilton – West Indies
  • Simon Harmer – South Africa
  • Mohammad Hasnain – Pakistan
  • Sam Heazlett – Australia
  • Chandrapaul Hemraj – West Indies
  • Beuran Hendricks – South Africa
  • Matt Henry – New Zealand
  • Abu Hider – Bangladesh
  • Chemar Holder – West Indies
  • Kyle Hope – West Indies
  • Shai Hope – West Indies
  • Daniel Hughes – Australia
  • Aqib Ilyas – Oman
  • Josh Inglis – Australia
  • Colin Ingram – South Africa
  • Muhammad Irfan – Pakistan
  • Karim Janat – Afghanistan
  • Christiaan Jonker – South Africa
  • Alzarri Joseph – West Indies
  • Ali Khan – USA
  • Azam Khan – Pakistan
  • Sharjeel Khan – Pakistan
  • Sohail Khan – Pakistan
  • Zahir Khan – Afghanistan
  • Brandon King – West Indies
  • Heinrich Klaasen – South Africa
  • Heino Kuhn – South Africa
  • Lahiru Kumara – Sri Lanka
  • Josh Lalor – Australia
  • George Linde – South Africa
  • Wihan Lubbe – South Africa
  • Wes Madhevere – Zimbabwe
  • Sisanda Magala – South Africa
  • Keshav Maharaj – South Africa
  • Janneman Malan – South Africa
  • Pieter Malan – South Africa
  • Sohaib Maqsood – Pakistan
  • Kyle Mayers – West Indies
  • Mitchell McClenaghan – New Zealand
  • Ben McDermott – Australia
  • Dustin Melton – South Africa
  • Kusal Mendis – Sri Lanka
  • Usama Mir – Pakistan
  • Daryl Mitchell – New Zealand
  • Naveen-ul-Haq Murid – Afghanistan
  • Muhammad Musa – Pakistan
  • Blessing Muzarabani – Zimbabwe
  • Gulbadin Naib – Afghanistan
  • Muhammad Nawaz – Pakistan
  • Lungi Ngidi – South Africa
  • Ashley Nurse – West Indies
  • Kevin O'Brien – Ireland
  • William O'Donnell – New Zealand
  • Duanne Olivier – South Africa
Will Ngidi be celebrating like this in The Hundred?

Will Ngidi be celebrating like this in The Hundred?

Overseas No Reserve Price (Surname P-Z)

  • Wayne Parnell – South Africa
  • Keemo Paul – West Indies
  • Khary Pierre – West Indies
  • Mathew Pillans – South Africa
  • Lloyd Pope – Australia
  • Kieran Powell – West Indies
  • Rovman Powell – West Indies
  • Dwaine Pretorius – South Africa
  • Usman Qadir – Pakistan
  • Bhanuka Rajapakse – Sri Lanka
  • Denesh Ramdin – West Indies
  • Ravi Rampaul – West Indies
  • Sikandar Raza – Zimbabwe
  • Ray Reifer – West Indies
  • Ryan Rickelton – South Africa
  • Michael Rippon – New Zealand
  • Muhammad Rizwan – Pakistan
  • Alex Ross – Australia
  • Hamish Rutherford – New Zealand
  • Sherfane Rutherford – West Indies
  • Mohammad Waqar Salamkheil – Afghanistan
  • Soumya Sarkar – Bangladesh
  • Asad Shafiq – Pakistan
  • Khushdil Shah – Pakistan
  • Naseem Shah – Pakistan
  • Yasir Shah – Pakistan
  • Mohammad Shahzad – Afghanistan
  • Tabraiz Shamsi – South Africa
  • Dasun Shanaka – Sri Lanka
  • Usman Shinwari – Pakistan
  • Lutho Sipamla – South Africa
  • Dwayne Smith – West Indies
  • Jon-Jon Smuts – South Africa
  • Haris Sohail – Pakistan
  • Billy Stanlake – Australia
  • Paul Stirling – Ireland
  • Brendan Taylor – Zimbabwe
  • Jerome Taylor – West Indies
  • Lahiru Thirimanne – Sri Lanka
  • Oshane Thomas – West Indies
  • Ashton Turner – Australia
  • Logan Van Beek – New Zealand
  • Pite van Biljon – South Africa
  • Graeme van Buuren – South Africa
  • Rassie Van Der Dussen – South Africa
  • Stiaan Van Zyl – South Africa
  • Dane Vilas – South Africa
  • Tobias Visee – Netherlands
  • Thilan Walallawita – Sri Lanka
  • Hayden Walsh – West Indies
  • Chadwick Walton – West Indies
  • Jake Weatherald – Australia
  • Jon Wells – Australia
  • David Wiese – South Africa
  • Jack Wildermuth – Australia
  • Kesrick Williams – West Indies
  • Sean Williams – Zimbabwe
  • George Worker – New Zealand
  • Daniel Worrall – Australia
  • Amir Yamin – Pakistan
  • Will Young – New Zealand
  • Hazratullah Zazai – Afghanistan

Domestic Players

Domestic With Reserve Price

  • Tim Bresnan – Warwickshire (£48,000)
  • Ryan Ten Doeschate - Essex (£48,000)
  • Richard Levi – Northamptonshire (£32,000)
Paul Stirling can hit the ball miles!

Paul Stirling can hit the ball miles!

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname A-B)

  • Tom Abell – Somerset
  • Colin Ackermann – Leicestershire
  • Benjamin Aitchison – Derbyshire
  • Ben Allison – Essex
  • Tom Alsop – Hampshire
  • Martin Andersson – Middlesex
  • Hassan Azad – Leicestershire
  • Muhammad Azharullah – None
  • Tom Bailey – Lancashire
  • Jake Ball – Nottinghamshire
  • Gary Ballance – Yorkshire
  • Ethan Bamber – Middlesex
  • Thomas Barber – Nottinghamshire
  • Edward Barnard – Worcestershire
  • Edward Barnes – Leicestershire
  • Aaron Beard – Essex
  • William Beer – Sussex
  • Daniel Bell-Drummond – Kent
  • Gareth Berg – Northamptonshire
  • Dominic Bess – Yorkshire
  • Benjamin Birkhead – Yorkshire
  • Jack Blatherwick – Lancashire
  • Ravi Bopara – Sussex/Essex
  • Scott Borthwick – Durham
  • James Bracey – Gloucestershire
  • Danny Briggs – Sussex
  • Justin Broad – MCC Young Cricketers
  • Harry Brook – Yorkshire
  • Jack Brooks – Somerset
  • Nathan Buck – Northamptonshire
  • Michael Burgess – Warwickshire
  • Jack Burnham – Durham
  • William Buttleman – Essex
  • Edward Byrom – Somerset
How many teams will want Jake Ball?

How many teams will want Jake Ball?

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname C-D)

  • Jack Campbell – Durham
  • Lukas Carey – Glamorgan
  • Kiran Carlson – Glamorgan
  • Zak Chappell – Nottinghamshire
  • Varun Chopra – Essex
  • Graham Clark – Durham
  • Jordan Clark – Surrey
  • Rikki Clarke – Surrey
  • Mitchell Claydon – Sussex
  • Ben Coad – Yorkshire
  • Josh Cobb – Northamptonshire
  • Ian Cockbain – Gloucestershire
  • Kyle Coetzer – Scotland
  • Michael Cohen – Derbyshire
  • Matthew Coles – None
  • Sam Conners – Derbyshire
  • Sam Cook – Essex
  • Joe Cooke – Glamorgan
  • Paul Coughlin – Durham
  • Jordan Cox – Kent
  • Joseph Cracknell – Middlesex
  • Matthew Critchley – Derbyshire
  • Steven Croft – Lancashire
  • Matthew Cross – Scotland
  • Blake Cullen – Middlesex
  • Tom Cullen – Glamorgan
  • Ben Curran – Northamptonshire
  • Scott Currie – Hampshire
  • Brett D’Oliveira – Worcestershire
  • Anuj Dal – Derbyshire
  • Ajeet Dale – Hampshire
  • Josh Davey – Somerset
  • Jack Davies – Middlesex
  • Steven Davies – Somerset
  • Will Davis – Leicestershire
  • Harry Dearden – Leicestershire
  • Josh Dell – Worcestershire
  • Chris Dent – Gloucestershire
  • Aneurin Donald – Hampshire
  • Nayan Doshi – None
  • Dan Douthwaite – Glamorgan
  • Leus du Plooy – Derbyshire
  • Matthew Dunn – Surrey
Kyle Coetzer has had a magnificent career with Scotland

Kyle Coetzer has had a magnificent career with Scotland

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname E-H)

  • Ned Eckersley – Durham
  • Stevie Eskinazi – Middlesex
  • Joey Evison – Nottinghamshire
  • Tom Fell – Worcestershire
  • Adam Finch – Worcestershire
  • Harry Finch – None
  • Steven Finn – Middlesex
  • Matthew Fisher – Yorkshire
  • Luke Fletcher – Nottinghamshire
  • Ben Foakes – Surrey
  • Will Fraine – Yorkshire
  • James Fuller – Hampshire
  • Nathan Gilchrist – Kent
  • Richard Gleeson – Lancashire
  • Brandon Glover – Northamptonshire
  • Billy Godleman – Derbyshire
  • Dom Goodman – Gloucestershire
  • Harry Gouldstone – Northamptonshire
  • Ben Green – Somerset
  • Gavin Griffiths – Leicestershire
  • Tim Groenewald – Kent
  • Nick Gubbins – Middlesex
  • Brooke Guest – Derbyshire
  • Harry Gurney – Nottinghamshire
  • Sam Hain – Warwickshire
  • Ollie Hairs – Scotland
  • Miles Hammond – Gloucestershire
  • George Hankins – Gloucestershire
  • Olly Hannon-Dalby – Warwickshire
  • James Harris – Middlesex
  • Tom Hartley – Lancashire
  • Jack Haynes – Worcestershire
  • Frederick Heldreich – Northamptonshire
  • James Hildreth – Somerset
  • Lewis Hill – Leicestershire
  • Max Holden – Middlesex
  • Ian Holland – Hampshire
  • Luke Hollman – Middlesex
  • Fynn Hudson-Prentice – Derbyshire
  • Alex Hughes – Derbyshire
Ben Foakes celebrates scoring 50 for England.

Ben Foakes celebrates scoring 50 for England.

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname J-O)

  • Lyndon James – Nottinghamshire
  • Keaton Jennings – Lancashire
  • Robert Jones – Lancashire
  • Rob Keogh – Northamptonshire
  • Feroze Khushi – Essex
  • Fred Klaassen – Kent
  • Dieter Klein – Leicestershire
  • Danny Lamb – Lancashire
  • Matt Lamb – Warwickshire
  • Tom Lammonby – Somerset
  • George Lavelle – Lancashire
  • Jack Leach – Somerset
  • Joe Leach – Worcestershire
  • Jack Leaning – Kent
  • Michael Leask – Scotland
  • Dominic Leech – Yorkshire
  • Alex Lees – Durham
  • Jake Libby – Worcestershire
  • Arron Lilley – Leicestershire
  • Jake Lintott – Warwickshire
  • David Lloyd – Glamorgan
  • Calum MacLeod – Scotland
  • Saqib Mahmood – Lancashire
  • Jamie McIlroy – Glamorgan
  • Conor McKerr – Surrey
  • Mattie McKiernan – Derbyshire
  • Lewis McManus – Hampshire
  • Stuart Meaker – Sussex
  • Ben Mike – Leicestershire
  • Craig Miles – Warwickshire
  • Matt Milnes – Kent
  • Alex Milton – Worcestershire
  • Daryl Mitchell – Worcestershire
  • Dan Moriarty – Surrey
  • Jack Morley – Lancashire
  • Charlie Morris – Worcestershire
  • Dan Mousley – Warwickshire
  • George Munsey – Scotland
  • Chris Nash – None
  • Adrian Neill – Scotland
  • Aron Nijjar – Essex
  • Sam Northeast – Hampshire
  • Marcus O’Riordan – Kent
  • Jamie Overton – Surrey
Saqib Mahmood has impressed for England

Saqib Mahmood has impressed for England

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname P-S)

  • Callum Parkinson – Leicestershire
  • Rishi Patel – Leicestershire
  • Ryan Patel – Surrey
  • Samit Patel – Nottinghamshire
  • Liam Patterson-White – Nottinghamshire
  • Dillon Pennington – Worcestershire
  • Michael Pepper – Essex
  • Toby Pettman – Nottinghamshire
  • Jack Plom – Essex
  • Harry Podmore – Kent
  • Ed Pollock – Warwickshire
  • Jamie Porter – Essex
  • Matthew Potts – Durham
  • Stuart Poynter – Durham
  • Josh Poysden – Yorkshire
  • Luke Procter – Northamptonshire
  • Hamidullah Qadri – Kent
  • Imran Qayyum – Kent
  • Matt Quinn – Essex
  • Ben Raine – Durham
  • Matthew Revis – Yorkshire
  • Will Rhodes – Warwickshire
  • Nathan Rimmington – None
  • Ollie Robinson – Kent
  • Ollie Robinson – Sussex
  • Sam Robson – Middlesex
  • Gareth Roderick – Worcestershire
  • Toby Roland-Jones – Middlesex
  • Billy Root – Glamorgan
  • Ollie Sale – Somerset
  • Andrew Salter – Glamorgan
  • Ben Sanderson – Northamptonshire
  • Dane Schadendorf – Nottinghamshire
  • George Scott – Gloucestershire
  • Tom Scriven – Hampshire
  • Safyaan Sharif – Scotland
  • Josh Shaw – Gloucestershire
  • Jack Shutt – Yorkshire
  • Ryan Sidebottom – Warwickshire
  • Prem Sisodiya – Glamorgan
  • Ben Slater – Nottinghamshire
  • Will Smeed – Somerset
  • Jamie Smith – Surrey
  • Ruaidhri Smith – Glamorgan
  • Tom Smith – Gloucestershire
  • Shane Snater – Essex
  • Cameron Steel – Durham
  • Scott Steel – Leicestershire
  • Darren Stevens – Kent
  • Ryan Stevenson – Hampshire
  • Grant Stewart – Kent
  • Olly Stone – Warwickshire
  • Joshua Sullivan – Yorkshire
  • Harry Swindells – Leicestershire
Toby Roland-Jones. He's entered into The Hundred Draft.

Toby Roland-Jones. He's entered into The Hundred Draft.

Domestic No Reserve Price (Surname T-Z)

  • Jonathan Tattersall – Yorkshire
  • Callum Taylor – Glamorgan
  • Jack Taylor – Gloucestershire
  • Matthew Taylor – Gloucestershire
  • Tom Taylor – Northamptonshire
  • Aaron Thomason – Sussex
  • Jordan Thompson – Yorkshire
  • Alex Thomson – Warwickshire
  • Josh Tongue – Worcestershire
  • Peter Trego – Nottinghamshire
  • Liam Trevaskis – Durham
  • Timm Van Der Gugten – Glamorgan
  • Paul van Meekeren – None
  • Ricardo Vasconcelos – Northamptonshire
  • Amar Virdi – Surrey
  • Graham Wagg – None
  • Matthew Waite – Yorkshire
  • Alex Wakely – Northamptonshire
  • Roman Walker – Glamorgan
  • Craig Wallace – Scotland
  • Paul Walter – Essex
  • Mark Watt – Scotland
  • Joe Weatherley – Hampshire
  • James Weighell – None
  • Riki Wessels – Worcestershire
  • Tom Westley – Essex
  • James Wharton – Yorkshire
  • Bradley Wheal – Hampshire
  • Adam Wheater – Essex
  • Graeme White – Northamptonshire
  • Jack White – Northamptonshire
  • Robbie White – Middlesex
  • Sam Wisniewski – Yorkshire
  • Chris Wood – Hampshire
  • Tom Wood – Derbyshire
  • Rob Yates – Warwickshire
  • Sam Young – Somerset
  • Saif Zaib – Northamptonshire
Up-and-comer Saif Zaib could be a great pick in the Draft

Up-and-comer Saif Zaib could be a great pick in the Draft

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