- Shreyas Iyer
Shreyas Iyer, the right handed batsman who plays for Mumbai was a surprise pick, when Delhi Dare Devils picked him for 2.6 crores. He repaid the faith of the DD management and franchisee by scoring 439 runs from 14 matched in the IPL matches. He was also awarded the emerging player award for his stellar performances. Don’t be surprised if he plays for Indian soon.
- Yuzvendra Chahal
The young leg spinner who made his IPL debut for Mumbai Indians was later picked up by RCB, has now turned out to be a vital cog in the RCB team. He picked up wickets almost every time when his captain wanted to. He took 23 wickets in the tournament and among the top 5 wicket takers.
- Deepak Hooda
The hard hitting right handed batsman and a decent off spinner, was picked by the Rajasthan Royals for the IPL. He played some good innings and impressed with his hard hitting. He plays for Baroda in the ranji trophy. He scored at an impressive strike rate of 158
- Sandeep Sharma
The right arm pace bowler was a part of the U-19 world cup team in 2012. He can swing the ball early on in the innings both ways. He has been a consistent performer for the Kings XI Punjab over the past 2 seasons
- Sanju Samson
The wicket keeper batsman from Kerala has impressed many with his cool batting under pressure. He has been a vital cog in the Rajasthan’s team for the past 2 years. Although he hasn’t performed as was expected from him this season, this talented batsman could soon play for India.
- Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya could well be India’s answer for the number 7 in the ODIs. Hardik is a fast bowling allrounder who has played match winning knocks for Mumbai Indians this season. He bowled a very good spell in the final of IPL against Chennai, which was eventually won by Mumbai.