At a time when players like Kamran Akmal, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif are making the headlines, a former navy trainee, Habib Bank Limited batsman Fakhar Zaman, has thrust himself into the spotlight with a remarkable hundred. His unbeaten 157 neutralised the hype surrounding the trio and changed the context of the game by handing HBL a hefty lead of 222 runs against Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), with ten wickets in hand at stumps on the third day at the National Stadium in Karachi.He was born in Katlang - a small town in Mardan District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - before moving to Karachi at the age of 16 to join the Pakistan Navy. He had a year-long schooling at Pakistan Navy School Bahadur in Karachi, where he learned how to survive the seas before parting ways to embrace cricket formally. His team-mates call him fauji (soldier).The left-handed batsman was the second-highest run-scorer in the Pakistan Cup earlier this year, with 297 runs in five innings at 59.40, including a knock of 115 that set up Khyber Pakhtunkhwas 151-run win in the final. His ability to bowl left-arm spin makes him a utility player and he is in contention for a place in the national side after appearances for Pakistan A. In the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy season, he has already racked up 650 runs at an average of 54.16.His hundred gave HBL control of the game after theyd lost the first-innings advantage with WAPDA sneaking in a 42-run lead. Zaman was flawless with this stroke-making, hitting 19 fours and never letting his strike-rate fall below 70. But it was his discipline that stood out.The idea was to play it like a one-day innings, Zaman told ESPNcricinfo. Its really tough to judge the seam [of the pink ball] as it turns black after some time, so I was focusing on the ball fully, which was the main reason why I was playing freely. I am happy that I have contributed to the team and put us in the driving seat. We are optimistic now. There was always belief that and we didnt give up after the first-innings collapse.Zaman took 12 balls to score his first runs, in the seventh over, before taking off with three boundaries off Waqas Maqsood in the eighth over. The pitch had already started to slow down, but it wasnt really a flat track as much as, in Zamans words, a modest one. After he whirled past his half-century, he took a nasty blow to his left index finger from a rising Mohammad Irfan delivery. But his only worry, he said, was to negotiate the shrewdness of Asif. He faced 14 balls from the medium-pacer and scored 12 runs against him, but was helped along by a drop when he flicked him to Zahid Mansoor at square-leg when he was on 125.He is the kind of bowler who threatens with his tight line. He isnt quick but his line is teasing and he doesnt allow you to score runs. The first hour with the new ball was a bit tough but when he went off after three overs, I had more scoring options. I just played my natural game, the way I had when I scored 115 in the Pakistan Cup.When asked about the prospects of national selection, Zaman shyly pointed out that he would refrain from urging the selectors through the media. Of course, playing for Pakistan is a dream for every player, but what can I say? From what I understand, they know everything and theyve told me to be consistent and keep performing. So I will keep trusting my instincts and my performances and I am sure my number will come. Balenciaga Shoes Wholesale China . It might not have mattered. 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As part of ESPN Fantasys efforts to give daily gamers intel on whom to target in DFS, our fantasy golf experts are here to share which players they view as building blocks for this weeks PGA Championship.The panel for the final major of 2016 features ESPN.coms Jason Sobel, Bob Harig, Jonathan Coachman, Kevin Maguire, Matt Barrie and Will Harris, and FantasyGolfInsiders Jeff Bergerson, Zach Turcotte, Taras Pitra and Jason Rouslin, as well as Dailyfantasybootcamp.coms David Jayne.Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.Jason Sobel -- Sergio Garcia ($9,400) Each of this years first three major champions have been top-12 players who hadnt previously won a major. Keeping with that theme, weve got three potential candidates at Baltusrol: Rickie Fowler, Branden Grace and, yes, the long-suffering Garcia. Ive picked him to win majors before and have (obviously) been wrong, but this might finally be his time. If nothing else, he fits the pattern.Bob Harig -- Rory McIlroy ($11,400) The two-time PGA champ should be right in his element on a course that could be softened by thunderstorms and hot temperatures. Not fully fit last year at Whistling Straits in his return from an ankle injury, McIlroy nonetheless has four top-5 finishes in seven appearances in the tournament.Jonathan Coachman -- Dustin Johnson ($11,600) This is a tough pick, because so many guys are playing well. But over the past two years, a red-hot golfer has won at the beginning of August and then at the PGA Championship (Rory McIlroy and then Jason Day). So if I go by that logic, I have to pick Dustin Johnson. Not only did he win the U.S. Open, but then again at Firestone. And this week he finished in a tie for second in Canada without having even his B-game. And his A-game right now is better than everybody else.Kevin Maguire -- J.B. Holmes ($7,700) The man who will be a trivia question answer some day (as in ... who finished third when Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson ran away with the 2016 Open at Troon) likes big ballparks and Baltusrol certainly fits that to a T at 7,428 yards playing to a par-70. Holmes also finished third at Augusta in April, so hes been around the lead coming down the stretch at a major recently.Matt Barrie -- Sergio Garcia ($9,400) Garcia has been waiting, and playing really good golf, yet no one is paying attention. Its been all about Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth. Yet, Garcia has recorded two top-5s in the past two majors. That confidence, his swing and story will finally come full circle and end the games most storied major drought.Will Harris -- Charl Schwartzel ($7,300) Schwartzel ranks in the top 15 of both the oddsmakers betting order and in adjusted scoring versus this field over the past 10 weeks. Hes long enough and accurate enough for Baltusrol and just solid throughout the bag, ranking in the top 10 on Tour in several metrics measuring general tee-to-green proficiency. The 31-year old South African has been playing well all year, with two wins in early 2016 and currently riding six straight top 25s. His 2011 triumph at Augusta was one of 15 top 25s in his past 26 major championships. Schwartzel continues to be undervalued at just 36th in the DraftKings salary order despite profiling more like a top-10 entrant.Jeff Bergerson -- Hideki Matssuyama ($8,800)In large field events like the millionaire maker, you need to make moves that you normally wouldnt in much smaller fields or cash games.ddddddddddddHideki Matsuyama has been playing poor golf lately, but he is far from a poor player. Before his slump over the last four events, he had finishes of seventh at The Players, 11th at Wells Fargo Championship, T-7 at The Masters, and T-6 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. That should tell you that this guy is an elite level player with a huge upside. With his poor play lately, we get him at a depressed price of $8,800. I believe his ownership will be around 5 percent, which will set us apart from everybody if he performs well.Zachary Turcotte -- Brendan Grace ($8,000) Grace has been much maligned by the DFS community after his disappointing 72nd place finish at The Open two weeks ago. His price plummeted this week from $9,700 down to $8,000, a remarkable feat for a player ranked 12th in the world. If you look at how Grace handled himself at the U.S. Open (fifth place) and the WGC Bridgestone (10th place) you should have a good idea of what he is capable of for this type of layout coming in at 7,400 yards and playing as a par-70. At $8,000, Grace works really well in cash games and his recent lack of a big finish will keep his ownership levels at bay, making him an attractive GPP option, as well.Jason Rouslin -- Jason Dufner ($7,100)Jasons game seems to fit this course length and set up. His recent form is 3/3 in his last three starts including an eighth-place finish at the U.S. Open. He is a talented ball striker with a great tee to green game. His putter gives him issues, but he has been able to lock it down this season for tougher events. Look for Dufner to be in the hunt come Sunday. He is a former winner of the Wannamaker Trophy in 2013 and also earned a second place finish in 2011, so clearly he likes how the PGA sets up these types of courses for its championship event.Taras Pitra -- Charl Schwartzel ($7,300) It seems like its been ages since Charls win at the Valspar, but the finishes hes turned in since have been nothing short of impressive. In most cases with professionals changing equipment, weve seen a substantial regression in their game for the months following the change. Apparently Charl didnt get this memo and decided he wanted to sniff the top of the leaderboard following a change in clubs, and seems to have adjusted well.I will have exposure in cash and GPP events as he is a statistical fit for the course and seems to rank well among the top 10 this week.David Jayne -- Kevin Chappell ($6,700) When looking for value plays that should be well suited for Baltusrol, Ill be targeting golfers who excel with their long irons and score well on par 4s. Chappell fits the mold and is on his way to having his best season ever capped off by three runner-up finishes. While he hasnt played well in a major this year, he has performed in past PGA Championships and U.S. Opens, making the cut in six of eight appearances with three top-13 finishes. For the price, Chappell offers significant upside that others in this range do not, and he must be considered for your tournament teams. ' ' '