3. Quinton de Kock (South Africa) – 93.89
South African glove-man, Quinton de Kock is one of most talented emerging stars of the game. The Gauteng-born batsman loves smoking the bowlers all-around the park. In his short career, he has played some blasting innings at the top of the order and has shown qualities of a top-class batsman. The youngster also has a great conversion rate. Kock has passed fifty 26 times, converting 12 of them into centuries. Overall, in 85 ODIs, the Proteas keeper has 3,519 runs at an average of 43.44. He is also lighting quick behind the stumps and takes some absolute stunners.