The former Victorian and Australian player Bryce McGain greeted the young Will Pucovski pistol as a "one generation" talent who has great things ahead of the international scene.
The 20-year-old received a call from the Australian team for the next series of tests against Sri Lanka, despite having played only eight first-class games.
He averages 49 in Sheffield Shield cricket and has already two centuries to his name – including a mammoth 243 against Western Australia in October. Pucovski lost almost two months of cricket due to mental health problems, but he returned to play the last game of Shield before the Big Bash started, scoring half a century in the second inning
McGain, spinner of legs , who played a test for Australia, believes that the right arm is a special prodigy that will captain Australia.
"For Will Pucovski this is a soft voice, he will play in these two tests without a shadow of a doubt," McGain told SEN Afternoons.
"Will be in contention for Australia ̵
"I think it's a better voice for him to enter and play against Sri Lanka and really kick football – off of his Test career in 6th place.
"I think it is one of these players of a generation, like a Ricky Ponting, like a Michael Clarke who comes in, a bat at six, but then we could find him as the Australian No. 3 and probably even long the track is the Australian captain. "
The Victorian has been on the radar of national selectors since he sacked 650 races at 162.50 in the national U19 Championships – a result soon made his first-class debut.
Pucovski has worked closely with the mindfulness coach Emma Murray and is confident that investing in his mental health will help him manage the pressures of the Cricket test.
feeling really good, as I've been hearing for a long time, told reporters during the week.  "It's one of those things where it's a day-to-day proposal for me to handle. I think it's a good thing to invest time.
"I'm meditating every morning, to which I honestly never believed until (Murray) did not help me and things like that helped me to change things. " I was able to play that Shield game and I loved every minute of it. I feel like I'm back in action. "
Together with Joe Burns, Matthew Renshaw and Marnus Labuschagne, Pucovski will award his case for selecting the Tests in a game against Sri Lanka .The meeting will provide a valuable opportunity to Pucovski – whose only other taste day cricket arrived during a game against England last summer – to acclimate to the pink ball that will be used during the first test in Brisbane.
Pucovski He was at the club's training Tuesday night when the name of national selection president Trevor Hohns appeared on his phone, broadcasting news that came much earlier in his career than he expected …
"My heart probably skipped a few beats"
"If I have a game would be fantastic and otherwise it would be fantastic to be part of the team. "