West Indies, Antigua Hawksbills, West Indies Cricket Board President XI, West Indies A, St Lucia Zouks, WI Holder XI, WI Brathwaite XI
Looks can be deceptive. And when you are 6 feet 5 inches above the ground and have 300 pounds of flesh on your body, you ought not to think twice that the person can be a cricketer. That is the story of Rakheem Cornwall - a hard hitting lower middle-order batsman and a handy off-spinner. Nicknamed as Cricket's man mountain, Rakheem has been consistently performing at the domestic levels. In 2016, Cornwall was representing WICB President's XI against the touring Indians and managed a fifer to impress all and sundry with his subtle off-spin. He then travelled to Lanka in October 2016 and managed 23 wickets from four unofficial Tests against Sri Lanka A. The start of 2018 also saw Cornwall representing England Lions and doing well with his offies. At the start of the year, he also slammed tons in the Super 50 One day competition as well. WICB has been monitoring his progress and if he can lose weight, he will surely be considered for the Windies team. This is what chairman of selectors - Courtney Browne - had said in 2017.