KXIP's highest Wickets Tally Impact bowler is Sandeep Sharma and he was a major reason behind their success last year. Wickets have dried up for him in the last few games- only 2 wickets in the last 3 games with no breakthroughs at the top.
The highest Strike Rate Impact batsmen in IPL 2015 so far (as of 27th April) are: Andre Russell, AB de Villiers and Deepak Hooda. Conventionally, Hooda, Russell and Suryakumar Yadav head the Strike Rate list. The difference is primarily because of the context in which the high strike rate performances were delivered by these players.
The highest impact batsmen in IPL 2015 so far (as of 26th April) are Ajinkya Rahane, AB de Villiers and Dwayne Smith. Conventionally, Rahane, David Warner and Rohit Sharma are the top run-scorers in IPL 2015. De Villiers and Smith are higher impact because of their Strike Rate Impact and consistency in the tournament so far.
The highest impact batsmen in IPL 2015 so far (as of 24th April) are Ajinkya Rahane, David Warner and George Bailey. (Min: 4 innings)
Tamim Iqbal's series-defining performance against Pakistan in the recently concluded ODI series makes him the highest impact batsman in Bangladesh's ODI history ahead of Shakib Al Hasan. (Min: 50 innings).
Even though James Anderson broke the record for the most number of Test wickets by an English bowler, he is only the tenth-highest impact bowler in English Test history (min: 50 Tests) after Graeme Swann, Darren Gough, Alec Bedser, Derek Underwood, Andrew Caddick, Fred Trueman, Stuart Broad, Ian Botham and Bob Willis.
The highest Economy Impact bowlers in the IPL so far (as of 17th April) are Sandeep Sharma, Sunil Narine, Morne Morkel and R Ashwin.
Three out of Steven Smith's five highest impact batting performances in T20s have come against Mumbai Indians.
The highest Strike Rate Impact batsmen in IPL 2015 so far (as of 14th April) are: Deepak Hooda, George Bailey and Suryakumar Yadav. (Min: 2 innings)
Richie Benaud was the seventh highest impact all-rounder of all time after Garry Sobers, Richard Hadlee, Imran Khan, Keith Miller, Ian Botham and Wasim Akram.
And certainly the highest impact cricket commentator ever (Impact doesn't need to measure this).
THE THIRD-HIGHEST IMPACT WEST INDIAN TEST BATSMAN
Desmond Haynes has a higher batting impact than the more famed Greenidge and Richards. He is also the second-most consistent West Indian batsman (after Lara) in Test cricket.