Favourite sports person: Brian Lara / Thierry Henry
Favourite band: Tinie Tempah
Favourite food: Spag bol
Favourite car: Lamborghini
Quote to live by: 'Go hard or go home'
Best cricketing moment: Century against Australia
Proudest moment: England Lions call-up
Favourite film: Longest Yard
Most annoying habit: being late
Most likely to: forget my kit
Look alike: Tinchy Stryder
Education: Millfield School
|Born||4 August 1993||Years of Service||2011 -|
|Height||5ft 11.5in||Nicknames||D.B.D, Deebs|
|Best bat||First Class: 206* v Loughborough MCCU at Canterbury, 2016; List A: 83 v Sussex, 2014, T20: 83* v Somerset, 2016||Bowl||Right-arm medium-fast|
Much is expected of Daniel, a dashing right-hand opening batsman, and he will be looking to push on.
After making a name for himself on the international scene with the England Under-19s, alongside county team-mate Adam Ball, the former Millfield School pupil is widely heralded as a star of the future and is renowned for showing attacking prowess at the top of the order.
Daniel has become a regular in Kent’s four-day side after initially making his breakthrough at number three, is now a regular opener in all formats.
The Lewisham-born batsman has showed his power in the shorter forms for the Spitfires as Rob Key's appearance in limited overs cricket were restricted by injury.
Bell-Drummond made national headlines by smashing a scintillating century for Kent against Australia in the build-up to the 2015 Investec Ashes series.
He received county cap 210 at Canterbury Week 2015 alongside England wicketkeeper-batsman Sam Billings.
Last amended November 2015