5. Matthew Renshaw
Australian Test opener, Matthew Renshaw has impressed one and all with his temperament so far. The 20-year-old has shown brilliant skills in playing to situations and changing gears as and when required. In only his fourth Test, he scored a massive 184 against Pakistan, the highest Test score for Australia by a player so young. But it was Pune, on a rank turner, on which he would have never played in his life, he stamped his authority. The Yorkshire-born Aussie, made 68 and 31. He followed it up with another 60 at Bengaluru. With a decent 44 in first innings at Ranchi, Renshaw broke 119 years old record and became the first Aussie to score 500 Test runs before turning 21, surpassing Clem Hill.