He’s already hit England cricket scouts for six.
And City of Leeds High student Mosun Hussain now has his sights firmly set on becoming the next Michael Vaughan.
Mosun, 15, from Beeston, is one of only eight youngsters from across the country to be taken under the wing of trainers as part of England’s Development Programme.
The talented batsman, who has trained with the Yorkshire Academy for a few years, is now hoping his dream of representing his country will come true.
The bright year 11 student, who took his GCSE maths exam a year early, is set to jet out for a special training camp in South Africa next month.
Mosun said: “It was overwhelming for me to be picked.
“This is where the hard work starts.
“I hope to make my debut for the Yorkshire first team and when I’m 19 I would like the chance to play in the Under 19’s England team.
“To represent my country would be a dream come true.”
Mosun, who hopes to sit A Levels in sports, psychology and maths, started playing cricket when he was eight-years-old.
He was snapped up by scouts for the Yorkshire squad and played in their second team last year.
Mosun will even boast England legend Michael Vaughan as his batting coach on the programme.
PE teacher Nick Shepherd added: “Its good to have students at county level but to have one at a national level is an honour for the school.
“We are really proud.”