5. Mohammed Azharuddeen

The Kerala wicketkeeper batter was in the center of attention for his outstanding performances in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He holds the record for the second-fastest century in SMAT history. He hit a century in 37 balls and racked up 137 runs off 54 balls at a devastating strike rate of 253.70.

4. Krishnappa Gowtham

Gowtham is a sturdy and powerful finisher in the death overs. He mostly bats at 7/8 and hits the ball hard in the death overs. He has a diverse arsenal of shots that he employs in the death. This justifies his high price and makes him a valuable commodity for teams to have in the mega auction.

3. Sherfane Rutherford

He’s also a pretty good bowler. He has an economy rate of 8.33, which is fine going in T20 cricket. He can effectively fill the role of a fifth bowler. He is expected to fetch a high price in the mega auctions because teams are looking for good all-rounders who can provide multiple benefits to the team.

2. Sam Billings

Sam is also a proficient wicketkeeper. He is very accurate and can provide a good wicketkeeper option for teams in the mega auction. Many teams would benefit from having a middle-order batter and a very accurate wicketkeeper. His multidimensional skills can be put to good use by the teams.

1. Mitchell Santner

Santner is also an able lower-order batter. He can do the finishing job for the team efficiently. He has the power to hit humongous sixes in the death. Overall, he is an excellent package to have as an all-rounder for the teams in the future.