3. Rohit Sharma (India) – 24
Rohit Sharma who is seen as a successor of Sachin Tendulkar is a man with unambiguous talents. This mesmerizing timer of the ball who always seems to have an extra fraction of a second, has been a revelation whenever he steps on the field in the IPL. His amazing performances in the IPL ,also helped him to regain his place in the national set-up. He has represented Deccan Chargers (now Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Mumbai Indians in the IPL so far. He played a very significant and decisive role in Deccan Chargers triumph to victory in 2009 edition of the IPL. While, he also Captained Mumbai Indians to their maiden title victory in 2013 edition of the IPL. He has made 23 half-centuries and one impudent century in the history of IPL. He is ranked 3rd in the list.