10. Ishan Porel

One of the leaders of the Bengal domestic team’s bowling unit, Ishan Porel has come a long way since his U19 days. Even though ongoing injuries have hindered his progress to the international stage, the situation might turn around for him after some valuable contributions with the Indian A team.

9. R Sai Kishore

R Sai Kishore tasted early success in the TNPL and was also bought by CSK in no time. One of the most economical spinners in domestic cricket, Kishore is also a handy batsman. In his four-year long first-class career, he has a total of 48 wickets at an economy of just 2.68.

8. Arshdeep Singh

There was a point in the Indian Cricket Team that borne the likes of Zaheer Khan, Irfan Pathan and Ashish Nehra, all three great left-handed, wicket-taking bowlers. It has been quite some time that India has been gifted a left-handed talent, and Arshdeep Singh might be the one to break this streak.

7. Ravi Bishnoi

Bishnoi was amongst the wickets almost every time he stepped out to bowl for Punjab this IPL. With a total of 12 wickets off his nine matches, the 21-year old showed great calibre. Achieving the feat at an economy of 6.34 makes it even more impressive.

6. Kartik Tyagi

An U-19 World Cup product, Tyagi has ticked off all the right boxes. Right from being a wicket-taker to hitting the perfect yorkers in the death, he is one of the bowlers to look out for in 2022. Although he has been in the IPL for a couple of seasons, he had to be sidelined due to his injuries.

5. Avesh Khan

A young bowler, who is productive in the powerplay, middle and the death, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the 25-year-old as an addition in future tours in 2022 and subsequently becoming India’s ace bowler in future.

4. Riyan Parag

It will be interesting to see if Parag gets a chance in the playing XI next year with many others fighting for a similar role in the national setup. He is a player who, if groomed well, can be a crucial asset to Indian cricket. Furthermore, he could be a great solution for the No.4 spot that has often been a position of debate.

3. Abdul Samad

Already acclaimed as the future of Indian cricket, the 20-year-old may not have the best of averages but what makes him the X factor of any team is his stellar strike rate. With a 146.05 strike rate in IPL, he stood tall and fearlessly took on all bowlers.

2. Shahrukh Khan

The hard hitter first put himself in the limelight with his explosive innings against CSK in the 14th edition of IPL. His score of 47 in 36 was enough to prove his worth on the big stage, post which there was no looking back. With an impressive strike rate of nearly 140 in the T20’s, Shahrukh might be the solution to India’s finisher position.

1. Abhimanyu Easwaran

A big match player, Easwaran averages 43.57 in tests, having made 13 tons in 64 first-class matches to support his case. It’s just a matter of time before Easwaran makes his appearance in the international set-up and establishes a place for himself.