7. Washington Sundar
Washington Sundar took his cricketing abilities to the next level when he made his Test debut at The Gabba in Australia. The youngster scored 62 on his debut, in what turned out to be memorable innings for him.
He missed out on scoring a century on two occasions. In the first Test against England, he scored an unbeaten 85 but his partner Jasprit Bumrah got out. In the final against England, he missed his century by just 4 runs after his partner Mohammed Siraj got out.
Sundar is now a completely different player altogether. He is someone who has an impressive economy rate even in the powerplay overs. RCB will look to use him well in the upcoming season.