Delray Rawlins, has been rewarded with a contract extension that will keep them at Sussex until at least the end of the 2019 season.
Rawlins a graduate of Sussex Cricket’s Academy programme run in conjunction with the ECB.
Rawlins made his first-team debut for Sussex this year after a highly successful winter with the England Under-19s in India.
The Bermuda-born 20-year-old played in three Championship matches, as well as the one-day and first class matches against South Africa and South Africa A, making 96 in the latter.
Rawlins was a part of the Sussex 2nd XI side that won the Second Eleven T20 earlier this season.
Speaking after signing his contract extension, Rawlins said: "To get the security of having more time here is something that excites me. I can get my head down and try to push to get in the first team.”
Sussex’s Director of Cricket, Keith Greenfield added: “We’re very excited by Rawlins’ continued development and his potential future impact on the future of Sussex Cricket.
“Congratulations and look forward to accompanying him on the next step of their cricketing journeys."