Chris Jordan has received a Test call-up for the England squad to face Sri Lanka. One of three uncapped players to be selected, here Sky Sports charts Jordan's rise to prominence.
1988: Born October 4, Barbados.
2007: After gaining a sporting scholarship to complete his education at Dulwich College in England, makes first-team debut for Surrey against Middlesex.
2010: Misses the 2010 County championship with a back problem.
2011: Returns to play for Barbados.
2012: June - Released by Surrey after a poor season with the ball, bringing to an end six years with the county.
2013: April - Moves to Sussex and claims six wickets for 48 runs on debut versus Yorkshire.
September - After choosing to play for England ahead of West Indies, Jordan makes his one-day international debut against Australia.
2014: January - Tours West Indies with England and flourishes with a few mighty blows in a T20 match on the island of his birth.
May - Claims his first ODI five-wicket haul as England bowl out Sri Lanka for 67 at Old Trafford.
June - Named in England squad for first Test against Sri Lanka at Lord's.