5. Rishi Dhawan
More than a wibbly-wobbly all-rounder, Rishi Dhawan is one of the most promising youngsters in Indian domestic circuit. He put his class to performance when he transpired to be the leading wicket-taker in 2013/14 season with 49 scalps against his name. With the willow, he aggregated 435 runs which is a testimony of his top notch skills as an all-rounder. He has taken 192 wickets at an average of 24 and holds 1,858 runs at a decent average of 40 in 43 first-class matches. He is one of the leading contenders in the country to stake claim at the No.7 position of a seaming all-rounder. Plus, he is not a man who came to limelight with his IPL performances but rather the gritty all-rounder labored on the 22 yards with utmost turmoil in domestic arena.