IPL happens to be one of those top sporting tournaments that don’t compromise on providing some sporty and wholesome entertainment. Be it the legendary superstars or the upcoming and budding newcomers, many of them have excelled in their game. When we come to the newcomers, IPL has been a forum for new and talented players to showcase their skills. So, here is a list of the five youngest players who have been a part of the IPL.
Prayas Ray Barman (16 years and 152 days)
In his teenage moments, Prayas Ray Barman had an experience of an international tournament. The spinner has been a part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2019 edition at just 16 years and 152 days.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (17 years and 11 days)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman happens to be those players who have displayed an impeccable performance at such a young age. His spinning deliveries have been quite mind-boggling for the batters. In the 2018 edition, Rahman joined the Punjab Kings at 17 years and 11 days.
Noor Ahmed (17 years and 40 days)
Noor Ahmad, the Afghanistani left-arm wrist spinner, happens to be the third-youngest player to be a part of an IPL tournament. Currently, he is a part of the new franchise of the Gujarat Titans.
Riyan Parag (17 years and 152 days)
Riyan Parag is mainly known for his all rounding performance and folk dance moves. He has been a valuable run-getter at the ending stages of the match. And sometimes can pluck out some crucial wickets. He has joined the Rajasthan Royals in the 2019 edition.
Sarfaraz Khan (17 years and 177 days)
Sarfaraz Khan got his predominance ever since his IPL debut with the Royal Challengers Bangalore. His ability to get runs has strengthened the middle-order of the lineup. He had joined the squad in the 2015 edition at 17 years and 177 days. Currently, he is a part of the Delhi Capitals in the 2020 edition.