Here's the squad:
Sagicor HPC Squad 2012
Marlon Barclay – Trinidad & Tobago (LHB)
Jermaine Blackwood – Jamaica (RHB/Right Arm Off Spin)
Carlos Brathwaite – Barbados (RHB/Right Arm Fast Medium)
Yannic Cariah – Trinidad & Tobago (RHB/Right Arm Leg Spin)
Johnson Charles – St Lucia (RHB/WKT)
Sheldon Cotterell – Jamaica (RHB/Left Arm Fast)
Miguel Cummins – Barbados (LHB/Right Arm Fast)
Jason Dawes – Jamaica (RHB/Right Arm Fast)
Andre Fletcher – Grenada (RHB/WKT)
Dawnley Grant – St Vincent (RHB/Right Arm Fast)
Trevon Griffith – Guyana (LHB)
Kyle Hope – Barbados (RHB/Right Arm Off Spin)
Jahmar Hamilton – Anguilla (RHB/WKT)
Keddy Lesporis – St Lucia (RHB/Right Arm Off Spin)
Kjorn Ottley – Trinidad & Tobago (LHB/Left Arm Chinaman)
Jomel Warrican – Barbados (LHB/Left Arm Orthodox Spin)
Fletcher and Carlos have been in and out of the Windies limited overs teams, the former due to issues of form, and the latter due to injury. I'm not sold on Johnson Charles and Keddy Lesporis, whom I don't think are good enough, but were only selected because they come from the Windward Islands, the home region of the current WICB administration.
The rest of the squad have only just started their FC careers, so it's early days where they are concerned. This tour should separate the sheep from the goats. Cotterell has made a decent start in the winning Jamaica team, but Blackwood and Dawes are just on the fringes of that strong side. Barclay has made a good start at Trinidad, but Ottley and Cariah are in and out of that side. Cummings, Hope and Warrican are yet to make an impact for Barbados, and the same can be said for Griffith at Guyana.
As for Hamilton, the jury's still out on him as a keeper/batsman....