Agar had joined a grade side at Adelaide University and his talent impressed all those who saw him play. Consequently, he got the opportunity to represent Australia in the under-age competition conducted in Dubai before ultimately getting a call up for South Australia in the Sheffield Shield in 2016. He was then part of a training camp for the National Performance Squad that was held in Brisbane. It’s still early days in his career but there is a feeling that Agar could become someone special for Australia if he can continue to keep up the good work. He debuted in the 2016-17 BBL season for Adelaide Strikers and has been retained for the upcoming season as well.