Three more sign on at Surrey
A second young trio in three days - George Edwards, Freddie van den Bergh and Dominic Sibley - have committed their futures to Surrey.
They follow Zafar Ansari, Rory Burns and Tom Jewell, who did likewise on Monday.
Edwards, 20, has signed a two-year deal until 2014. When the fast bowler made his LV= County Championship debut in May, his second-innings 4-44 almost forced victory at Worcestershire. He also played in the next championship game, another draw - this time at home to Somerset.
Left-arm spinner van den Bergh, 20, made his second first-class appearance this year and will again combine a summer contract with his studies at Durham University in 2013.
Sibley, 17, is an opening batsman and has been elevated from Surrey’s Academy to a two-year summer contract until 2014 as he continues his education at Whitgift School.
Surrey team director Chris Adams said: “These three players are all very exciting prospects for the future of Surrey CCC.
“Whilst they may not be involved at first-team level day in day out, they are all making huge strides forward and I look forward to working with them in the future.”