There have been many cricketers with quality education like Anil Kumble and Javagal Srinath of India were engineers from top colleges in Bangalore and even helped Indian team when computers first came into team analysis and I read former Aussie fast bowler Geoff Lawson is an optometrist. Kumar Sangakkara, Sri Lankan captain, is a lawyer while Pakistani legend Imran Khan has a second class degree in Politics and third in Economics from Oxford University. former New Zealand captain Stephen fleming has masters degree in arts.
VVS Laxman is a doctor.Ravichandran Ashwin has Mtech IT from a very reputed college in Chennai.Saeed Anwar, Rashid Latif, Asif Majtuba all are Engineers from NED Karachi.Rameez Raja MBA (Punjab University).K Srikanth is MTech from IIT Chennai.Rahul dravid is B.com and Daniel harris is a doctor.MS Dhoni is a Railway Ticket Collector @Kharagpur.Murali Vijay completed PG in economics in srm university.
Aavishkar Salvi (Indian Right arm pacer) has a post doctrate in astrophysics. Amey Khuresia (Indian Left handed batsman) got his IAS degree before playing for India. Pramodya Wickramasinghe (Sri Lankan Right arm pacer) is a certified neuro surgeon. Jimmy Maher (Australian wicketkeeper and left handed batsman) is an actuarian and has a PHD in insurance risks and analysis.Sohaib Maqsood is an MBA.
Surely one of the most highly educated cricketers is Mike Brearley, ex-England captain, who studied for 7 years at Cambridge University, as undergraduate and graduate student, and is a qualified psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. He also has an Honorary Fellowship at Cambridge and an Honorary Doctorate at Oxford Brookes University. His "Art of Captaincy" is widely regarded as the best book on cricket captaincy.