Nine Worcestershire batsmen scored a combined total of 18 centuries for the county's Second Eleven during the 2015 campaign.
Alex Hepburn led the way with four while there were three for Brett D'Oliveira who has forced his way into the senior side in the opening batsman's role.
Joe Clarke became the first Worcestershire player to score two double hundreds for the Seconds with his 201 not out against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham College.
That also led to him being elevated into the senior side and culminated in an England Lions spot along with Ross Whiteley for the winter programme in the UAE.
On the bowling front, there were two five-wicket or more hauls for a trio of players in Chris Russell, Ed Barnard and Ben Twohig.
All-rounder Barnard has also progressed into the first team set-up, playing every white-ball game this summer, while spinner Twohig is one of the many bright Academy prospects.
But it was another Academy member, paceman Josh Tongue, who returned the best figures of the summer – 6-27 against Hampshire at Kidderminster in the final game of the season.
Second Eleven coach Kevin Sharp and Academy coach Elliot Wilson have been keen to promote Academy players into the second team to enhance their cricketing education.
*Sharp will be looking back at the season via the Worcestershire web-site in the next few days.
WORCS 2NDS HUNDREDS 2015
119* v Unicorns at Kidderminster – Trophy
113 v Middlesex at New Road – Friendly
112 v Durham at Darlington – Championship
101 v Warwickshire at Olton – Trophy
135 v Gloucestershire at Cheltenham – Friendly
122 v Unicorns at Kidderminster – Trophy
100* v Warwickshire at Kidderminster – T20
127 v Durham at Darlington – Championship
102 v Warwickshire at Olton – Trophy
103* v Loughborough MCCU at Loughborough – Friendly
101 v Nottinghamshire at Trent College – Trophy
153 v Yorkshire at Barnt Green – Championship
104 v Cardiff MCCU at Bromsgrove – Friendly
135 v Nottinghamshire at Trent College – Trophy
100* v Middlesex at New Road – Friendly
201* v Gloucestershire at Cheltenham – Friendly
133 v Warwickshire at Barnt Green – Friendly
111 v Nottinghamshire at Notts Sports Club – Championship
WORCS SECONDS FIVE WICKET HAULS 2015
6-104 v Northamptonshire at Milton Keynes – Championship
5-52 v Yorkshire at Barnt Green – Championship
6-31 v Nottinghamshire at Notts Sports Club – Championship
5-67 v Yorkshire at Barnt Green – Championship
6-74 v Lancashire at Southport – Championship
5-33 v Somerset at New Road – Friendly
6-27 v Hampshire at Kidderminster – Friendly
5-66 v Leicestershire at Kidderminster – Championship