MILLFIELD SCHOOL has produced some of the country's most talented cricketers.
Ashes winner Simon Jones, England wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter and West Indies opener Kieran Powell all learnt their trade there.
Former Surrey skipper Rory Hamilton-Brown, exciting batsman James Hildreth and the late Tom Maynard were also pupils at the Somerset school.
If Kent's newest – and only – signing, Callum Haggett is anything like any of those, the county have unearthed a gem.
The 22-year-old former England U19s all-rounder played second-team cricket for Kent last season and impressed enough to be handed a permanent deal at the St Lawrence Ground.
His hopes for the season are simple.
"My target is to play as much first-team cricket as possible. I want to put in performances as good as I can and hopefully cement a place in the team," Haggett said.
"I'm the only signing but it hasn't felt like there's any pressure on me. Everyone made me feel so welcome – it hasn't come into my thoughts.
"I met a few of the guys last year and it made it that much easier.
"I'm definitely looking forward to it – I can't wait for the season to get started."
Haggett has played three twenty20 matches for Somerset and describes himself as "a bowler who can bat".
He added: "Hopefully I'll be exciting to watch.
"I don't want to pidgeon-hole myself. I want to do as well as I can in both forms of the games.
"Whatever game it is I'll try to give 100 per cent."