4. Jack Gregory:
A very popular name in the history of Australian cricket, Jack Gregory had a restrictive test career where he played only 24 tests due to a career ending injury. The right-arm pace bowler was an ideal wicket-taker who had 85 wickets in his bank. He was a cricket enthusiast, possessing all the qualities of a powerful and dominant bowler. Surprisingly, he managed to create a record with the bat as he scored the fourth fastest century in test cricket in 67 deliveries against South Africa in 1921 at Johannesburg. This is quite an unusual record as he’s just scored 2 test centuries in total in his career.