The Indian bowling attack has evolved over time and with the arrival of Jasprit Bumrah, things have changed dramatically. India has witnessed the evolvement of the likes of Mohammad Shami, Umesh Yadav, Deepak Chahar, Mohammed Siraj, Prasidh Krishna, Shardul Thakur, T Natarajan, and Arshdeep Singh.
The Indian pace attack, which was once considered an easy one, has now become the toughest to face. With proper backing and a proper flow chart in the domestic arena, the young talents keep coming. The Indian team has the potential to play three different matches against three different nations at the same time. Here are the three uncapped Indian bowlers who might end up as star bowlers:
1) Mukesh Choudhary
Mukesh Choudhary was the find for the Chennai team in the Indian T20 League 2022. The bowler has represented Maharashtra in domestic cricket. He has 38 wickets in FC, 17 wickets in List-A and 32 wickets in T20s. Mukesh Choudhary initially struggled to pick wickets for the Chennai team.
However, he found form later in the tournament and became the powerplay specialist for his team. He ended up getting 13 scalps for the men in yellow. The best spell was 4 for 46 against the Hyderabad team. He might become a star bowler if backed properly and given enough chances.