Liam is looking to challenge hard for a place in Bears' top order in all formats this year after a rare winter spent entirely in Birmingham. For the first time in six years, the 19-year-old did not go abroad to play, instead getting in some sustained work on his batting with the coaches at Edgbaston.
Liam is highly-rated in Birmingham and beyond. A regular member of the national Under 19s set-up (he scored a World Cup century against Canada in January 2018) he was given his first championship outings by Warwickshire at the end of 2017 and was only denied further chances in 2018 by the fine form of the top four in situ.
Liam is also very much a force in white-ball cricket as a forceful batsman who can also contribute some tidy off-spin. The year 2019 could be a big one for the Staffordshire-born player.