8. Jimmy Adams (Hampshire) – 94
Jimmy Adams is often seen as an opening batsman bestowed with the talent to excel across all the formats of the game. He has been accredited for his excellent man-management skills as well as his attributes as an electrifying fielder. Talk about this man’s experience, he has tons of it at Hampshire. He played for the MCC and was part of the England Lions but never went to the far of representing England. As a youngster he showed a lot of promise breaking into the England U-19 side and was a regular in the Hampshire team within no time. He was the first player to score in excess of 600 runs in a domestic T20 season, where he led Hampshire to a maiden T20 title. He played 94 T20s consecutively for Hampshire. It puts his name 8th on the list.