2. Quinton De Kock. South Africa
Quinton de Kock has become probably the most exciting young prospect of South African cricket for a while now, more so in limited overs cricket. His early blip in his test career may just be a one-off failure as this Johannesburg lad might eventually play the longest format of the game quite well, given that he is only 22. Showing his natural ability of ‘clean hitting’ in the T20 leagues. Quinton made his ODI debut against New Zealand in Paarl in 2013 and has never looked back since. His treble hundreds against India in 2013 oozed grit and class coupled with aggression. However, the young Quinton didn’t live up to his stature in the 2015 World Cup in South Africa as he saw his side exit the tournament at the Semi Final stage. His match-winning hundred against India in Rajkot bearing harsh conditions, re-instilled faith in his believers. Quinton de Kock had just showed why he indeed belongs at the highest level.