Better performance in domestic cricket ensures that the young player gets an IPL contract. After this, the performance of the IPL becomes a means to take these players to the national team.

Indian cricket has been one of the best organizations in the cricket circuit. To make a place in the national team in a country with a huge population, one has to be strong mentally and physically. The last decade was dominated by Virat Kohli, who showed a spectacular change from a chubby youth to being the fittest player in the world. We have seen many more superstars becoming the best in their roles. India's team has strengthened mainly because of the IPL. Domestic cricket provides a basis through which talent scouts of various franchises keep an eye on these players. Better performance in domestic cricket ensures that the young player gets an IPL contract. After this, the performance of the IPL becomes a means to take these players to the national team. (PIC: AFP)

Avesh Khan: Avesh Khan was part of the Indian team during the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2016. He is a fast bowler who can generate speed and throw an average bouncer. During IPL 2017, he made his debut for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He played only one match and took one wicket. He was released due to the packed bowling lineup of RCB. After this, Delhi Capitals added him to the team as a backup Indian Pacer. But Avesh Khan has impressed everyone during the first half of IPL 2021. He took 14 wickets in 8 matches. Because of him, Delhi was able to feed a specialist foreign batsman. His batting lineup became stronger. A bowler like him can prove to be an asset for the team. (RCB / Twitter)

Rahul Chahar: Rahul Chahar is a young leg-spinner who has won the confidence of the most successful franchise Mumbai Indians in the history of IPL. He is not afraid of the batsman. Sometimes he spells expensive, but his wicket-taking ability is quite good. He is the perfect backup option for Team India dependent on Yuzvendra Chahal. He has taken 41 wickets in 38 matches for Mumbai. He can bowl in the middle overs and take wickets for India. The best bowling figure of 4/27 in the IPL speaks of his talent. Rahul has already made a debut for India. He has played 3 T20 matches for the country so far. (Rahul Chahar Twitter)

Ishaan Kishan: It seems that Jharkhand can produce leaders in the field of cricket. First Mahendra Singh Dhoni and now Ishaan Kishan. The Jharkhand player captained Team India in the Under-19 World Cup 2016. Although his team finished second, we got a gem in the form of Ishaan Kishan. He is also a wicketkeeper, but Rishabh Pant has almost confirmed his position as the leading wicketkeeper. In such a situation, Ishaan will have to play as a batsman. He can play in the top order. At a time when Rohit and Virat have retired, Ishaan will be playing match-winning innings for the country. She was the highest run-scorer for Mumbai in the 13th season of IPL. He scored 516 runs at an average of 57.33. (PIC: AFP)

Prithvi Shaw: Prithvi Shaw suffered a big blow when he was dropped from the team after a Test against Australia. There were flaws in his technique and this was revealed in front of the world's strongest fast bowling attack. But after this, no one has stopped the earth. He is breaking records and he was the best performer with the bat during the first part of the 14th season of IPL. In the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he scored 827 runs in 8 matches and continued the same form in the IPL. Against KKR, he hit 6 fours in 6 balls. In 8 innings in IPL 2021, he scored 308 runs at a strike rate of 166.48. Prithvi led India to the Under-19 World Cup in 2018 and also won the trophy. (PIC: PTI)

Rishabh Pant: Rishabh Pant has already become a big name in world cricket. After destroying Australia at Gabba and playing attractive innings against England, he became the first Indian wicket-keeper to feature in the list of top 10 Test batsmen in the ICC rankings. He is replacing Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the longest format of cricket, as his wicketkeeping skills are getting better day by day. Pant's development as a cricketer made him the captain of the Delhi Capitals. Under his captaincy, the team is on top with 6 wins in 8 matches. He is using his resources effectively. His strike rate in the IPL is 149.8. He bats at the world's best bowling attack. His average in Test cricket is 45.27 and his ODI average is 33.06. (PIC: AFP)

Shubman Gill: Shubman Gill, the best batsman of the winning team of ICC Under-19 World Cup 2018, showed his game first against Australia and then England. He scored some difficult matches. He plays for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL and also proves himself when he gets a chance. He is the perfect choice for Virat's successor due to his defensive and attractive game according to the situation. Gill made his debut for Punjab in List A Cricket in the Vijay Hazare Trophy in 2016-17. He made his debut in Ranji in 2017-18, where he scored his first half-century as an opener against Bengal. After this, in the very next match, he also gave his first century. Gill won the BCCI award for Best Junior Cricketer for consecutive years in 2013–14 and 2014–15. (PC-AFP)

Shreyas Iyer: Shreyas Iyer is a talented and emerging player from Mumbai, who was initially coached by legendary Praveen Amre. He made a brilliant debut in First Class and List A cricket in 2014-15. He has scored 5707 runs in 126 innings at an average of 56.90 in the domestic circuit. He plays for Team India and he has yet to go further. He is the captain of the Delhi Capitals in the IPL and shows a great game in pressure. He can play according to the situation and change gears for big hits. India is currently looking for one of the number four batsmen. (Shreyas Iyer / Instagram)

Deepak Chahar: Deepak Chahar is a young Rajasthan fast bowler who impressed everyone with his bowling while playing for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 12. In a domestic cricket for Rajasthan, Greg Chappell once removed him from the Rajasthan Cricket Academy as a young fast bowler. Chahar proved him wrong by taking eight wickets in his first-class debut, scoring the lowest 21 runs to the Hyderabad team. This is the matter of Ranji Trophy 2010-11. (PIC: AFP)

Ryan Pollen: Ryan Pollen is a name that is influencing the cricket world since the 2019 edition of the IPL. He has played the role of finisher for Rajasthan Royals on several occasions. In IPL 2019, he became the youngest cricketer in the history of the league to score half-centuries. He scored a half-century at the age of 17. He made his T20 debut with the Assam team and made his first-class debut for his home team in the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy. In 2017 itself, he was named in India's 2018 Under-19 World Cup squad. He also became the highest run-scorer for the Assam team by scoring 249 runs in only seven matches in the 2017-18 Vijay Hazare Trophy. (PIC: PTI)

Deepak Hooda: Deepak Hooda is not a new name in the IPL or domestic circuit, because he has been in action since 2014. He also played for India in the 2014 Under-19 Cricket World Cup team. He also played for several franchises in IPL and is currently with Punjab Kings. He garnered attention in his first season with the Rajasthan Royals, playing a brilliant game against the Delhi Daredevils (DC). His exceptional performance in first-class cricket came when he scored his first double century for Baroda in the fourth round of the 2016–17 Ranji season. Hooda was also named in India's T20 squad for the 2018 Nidahas Trophy but did not get a chance to be in XI. (PIC: PTI)