#4 Cameron Boyce - 79 wickets
Cameron Boyce is the lone spinner on this list. He made his BBL debut in 2012 for the Adelaide Strikers. The leggie remained with them for two seasons and performed decently.
Boyce's performances impressed the Hobart Hurricanes, who subsequently signed him for the 2014-15 BBL season. He did not disappoint as he became the leading wicket-taker for Hobart Hurricanes in BBL's history. He picked up 43 wickets for Hurricanes across 41 matches. After a 4-year stint with Hobart Hurricanes, Boyce moved to Melbourne Renegades in 2018 and has remained with them since.
Cameron Boyce is the fourth-highest wicket-taker in the BBL with 79 scalps across 76 matches. His best figures 4-15 came against Brisbane Heat earlier this year in January.
Over the years, his decent performances in BBL have sporadically fetched him a spot in Australia's T20I line-up. But luck has not been on his side as he didn't get a longer rope despite being economical (6.60) in the 7 T20I's he played. Adam Zampa has established himself as Australia's lead spinner in white-ball cricket, so a return for Boyce looks improbable.