2. Morne Van Wyk (South Africa) – 55.67
Morne Van Wyk could have done better in the IPL, but he was unlucky though to be in the Kolkata Knightriders side as a second string side. He was a patient and orthodox wicket-keeper batsman from South Africa who fell in the same trap that players like Adam Voges fell into. He had just one half century to his credit, but he had an average of 55.67. If there were no big keepers with them Van Wyk could have made a lasting impression on the team, for he was a very good useful batsman to have in the team particularly in slow pitches. He is no. 2 in the list.