5. Ravi Bishnoi
The leg-spinner who keeps the attitude of a fast bowler, Ravi Bishnoi has been in talks since the 2020 Under-19 World Cup. He alongside Yashasvi Jaiswal was the most-talked about talents from the squad. He was the highest wicket-taker in the 2020 Under-19 World Cup with 17 dismissals to his name.
4. Saurabh Kumar
He is one of the lesser-known domestic cricketers in India but he is performing consistently well. Saurabh Kumar is a left-arm orthodox spinner from Uttar Pradesh who can also contribute with the bat. He started his domestic cricket career playing for the Services but he later joined the Uttar Pradesh side.
3. Shahrukh Khan
He made his List A debut a long time ago in the 2013-14 Vijay Hazare Trophy. He was quite late to make it to the Ranji Trophy side but he finally did it in the 2018-19 season. He hails from Tamil Nadu and represents the same team in domestic cricket. He impressed the cricket pundits in The Tamil Nadu Premier League.
2. Arzan Nagwaswalla
Arzan Nagwaswalla is a cricketer who plays for Gujarat in Indian domestic tournaments. He is a left-arm pacer and mostly suitable for the longest format of the game. His ability to bowl at decent line and length makes him different from the other Indian fast bowlers.
1. Avesh Khan
The Madhya Pradesh pacer was the second-highest wicket-taker in IPL 2021. He can move the new ball consistently and has variations to succeed in death overs too. When he is in rhythm, he can click the 140 km/h mark consistently. He can bowl both off-cutters and leg-cutters and has a wide variety of slower balls.