5. Avesh Khan
The Madhya Pradesh pacer had disappeared from mainstream cricket and was working hard on his game on the sidelines for the past few years. After showing natural ability in the U-19 World Cup 2016, he didn’t get regular chances at the big stage.
4. Umran Malik
The end of the second leg of the Indian Premier League, he impressed a lot of fans and experts with his bowling effort. The most interesting thing about him is his pace. The 21-year-old has the ability to be really fast and can clock up to or more than 150 kmph.
3. T Natarajan
He made his debut in all three formats and was quite impressive in each of those games. In fact, it was his T20I form that impressed most of the experts. His ability to deliver yorkers was already seen in the IPL and it was confirmed that he can repeat it at the international level as well.
2. Ishan Kishan
The Jharkhand wicketkeeper batter has been quite impressive with his bat ever since he led the junior Indian team to the final of the U19 World Cup in 2016. In the last few years, he has shown what he can achieve at the highest level.
1. Venkatesh Iyer
The Madhya Pradesh all-rounder has been in the news ever since he turned up for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the second leg of the Indian Premier League 2021. In the ten matches that he played in the second leg, he smashed 370 runs with the bat at an average of 41.11 and a strike rate of 128.47.