An all-rounder is a member who plays the most vital role in the team. He performs both batting and bowling, which are the main capabilities of an all-rounder. A good all-rounder helps a team to improve its winning percentage. Many great all-rounders played cricket like Sir Ian Botham, Kapil Dev, Imran Khan, Jacques Kallis, Sanath Jayasuriya, etc. These players helped the team whenever required. Below are the top ten greatest all-rounders from the West Indies team.

1. Gary Sobers

Sir Garfield Sobers is the best all-rounder West Indies ever produced. Sobers was a left-handed batter and bowled both medium and left-arm spin. He played 93 test matches and one ODI match, scoring over 8000 international runs and taking 236 international wickets. He is the former captain of the Caribbean side and played his last international cricket match in 1974.

2. Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo is one of the greatest all-rounders that represented the West Indies team. He generally bats in the middle order and is known for his tight bowling. He was part of 164 ODIs, 91 T20 internationals, and 40 tests in his international cricket career. The champion scored over 6000 runs and took over 350 international wickets.

3. Carl Hooper

Carl Hooper is a former West Indies all-rounder who also captained the team. He was a right-handed batter and bowled right-arm off-spin. Hooper scored 5,762 runs in 102 test matches and 5761 runs in 227 ODIs. Along with that, he took 114 wickets in test matches and 193 wickets in the ODIs.

4. Vivian Richards

Sir Vivian Richards was one of the great batters of the 1980s, but he also had bowling capabilities. Richards batted right-handed and bowled both medium-pace and off-spin. He was a part of 308 international matches- 121 tests and 187 ODIs in which he scored over 15,000 runs and took 150 international wickets.

5. Darren Sammy

Under Darren Sammy's leadership, West Indies won the T20 World Cup twice- in 2012 and 2016. He batted right-handed and bowled right-arm medium-pace. He made over 3500 runs in international cricket and took more than 200 international wickets. Sammy played 232 international cricket matches in his career.

6. Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle is known for his batting exploits, but he was also a good bowler. In his international cricket career, he played over nearly 500 cricket matches. The Universe Boss was a part of 103 tests, 301 ODIs, and 79 T20 internationals. He amassed almost 20,000 runs in his international career and took 260 international wickets.

7. Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard is the current captain of the West Indies ODI and T20 team. The Trinidadian bats right-handed and bowls right-arm medium pace. He has appeared in 121 ODIs, and 93 T20 internationals, scoring more than 4000 runs combined. He has taken 55 wickets in ODIs and 38 wickets in T20 internationals.

8. Andre Russell

Andre Russell is one of the big-hitters of the ball in modern-day cricket. He has been a part of one Test, 56 ODIs, and 67 T20s in his international cricket career. He has taken 70 and 39 wickets in ODIs and T20 internationals, respectively. Russell has scored 1034 runs in ODIs and 741 runs in T20 internationals.

9. Jason Holder

Jason Holder is the former skipper of the West Indies team. He has played every format in international cricket. Holder has been a part of 53 tests, 123 ODIs, and 30 T20 internationals, scoring more than 4000 runs combined. He has taken more than 300 international wickets till now.

10. Marlon Samuels

Marlon Samuels is a former right-handed batter and an off-spin bowler. He won the player-of-the-match award in two T20 World Cup finals-2012 and 2016, both times West Indies got crowned as the World Cup winners. He was a part of 342 international cricket matches, amassing over 10,000 runs and taking 152 wickets. Samuels played 71 tests, 204 ODIs, and 67 T20 internationals.