Keagan Simmons is an interesting all rounder when it comes to the game of life. He's a remarkably talented Trinidad and Tobago batsman, who adorns former Sri Lankan captain and wicket-keeper Kumar Sangakkara. In an interview with Life in Trinidad in November, 2016, he said, " He is a master of his craft. His record is untarnished with regards to discipline over years of international cricket and he is highly intelligent. He also seeks to make a name away from cricket where he is a legend. He has represented and stood for Sri Lankan cricket, helped the country grow and inspired many cricketers around the world, young and old alike."
Keagan finds much inspiration in Sangakkara. He says his most elusive goal is scoring a regional century. His happiest moment was scoring 96 runs against Jamaica when the T&T team was struggling to reach a target of 163. His knock helped his side win the Regional Under 15 match. In the same interview, he said the best advice he ever received was, "Don’t put pressure on myself. When I don’t…I bat beautifully."
Beyond the cricket field, he believes in Jesus Christ as "my Lord and saviour". He's afraid of spiders and has brilliant singing abilities. Now, he wants bowlers to dance to his tune.