4. Roston Chase
West Indies has been a major disappointment in Test cricket. But its players like Roston Chase who act like a ray of hope for them. Chase has shown that he has the technique and temperament to succeed in red-ball cricket. In only his second Test, the right-hander made a match-saving century on last day against India at Kingston. When West Indies hosted Pakistan, he scored two impressive centuries. One came in a winning cause at Barbados while the other came in a heartbreaking loss at Barbados where he made 239-ball 101 in fourth innings. After 10 Tests, the 25 years old averages 48.53. He also has 17 wickets with his off-breaks. Roston Chase has disappointed in ODIs though.