Young off-spinner Jarrod Freeman looks set to return to Tasmania's Sheffield Shield side for the first time in nearly two years.
Handed a debut in early 2018 aged just 17, the George Town talent has played four-day cricket just once since - a first-innings loss to Victoria in March 2019 - and has not represented the state in any capacity since October 2019.
Should he be picked ahead of a fourth paceman as expected in Wednesday's Bellerive Oval clash, the 20-year-old will get the chance to add to his small but impressive collection of Shield wickets.
Queensland quartet Usman Khawaja, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne and Matt Renshaw should all be on notice given Freeman's three scalps to date - Ed Cowan, Marcus Harris and Nic Maddinson - have all represented Australia in Tests.
"We've been pleased with his development," Tigers coach Jeff Vaughan said.
"He'll be better for his first performance two years ago at the Junction Oval and he's quoted as saying he feels a lot more prepared himself for his [third] opportunity at first-class cricket.
"He's a only a very young cricketer - still 20 years of age - he's hopefully got 15 years of cricket ahead of him.
"We think he's bowling quite nicely at the moment - he's a got a good skillset, really good control and it's a skill we think he can be really consistent with, particularly in the red-ball format."
Freeman's call-up comes after a five-wicket haul in a second XI clash with South Australia in January.
Fellow George Town bowler Gabe Bell played in the same game and was also named in the Tigers' 12-man squad, while batsmen Caleb Jewell and Mac Wright have been rewarded for strong performances in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League.
Peter Siddle (thumb injury) and Matthew Wade, Ben McDermott and Riley Meredith (T20 tour of New Zealand) are all unavailable, but are set to return in the March 5 trip to Victoria and the March 25 clash with New South Wales respectively.
Test skipper Tim Paine will keep and captain the side after the Test tour of South Africa was postponed.
"We're pretty luck to have the Test captain playing with us - not only is he the Test captain, he's a very passionate Tasmanian cricketer," Vaughan said.
"We're really excited to have him in our group."
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Paine turned out for University in the CTPL one-day final earlier this month and opened the side's batting and bowling.
The 36-year-old made nine with the bat and took the wicket of Tom Rogers in 1-60 off 10 overs.
Vaughan was happy to clear up whether Paine's medium-pacers and off-spin would be called upon against the Bulls.
"I can assure you he won't be bowling this week."
Tasmania v Queensland, Bellerive Oval, Feb 17-20
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