Conway, who smashed a whirlwind unbeaten 52-ball 92 in the first T20I against Bangladesh, has leapfrogged five positions to find himself in the top-5 despite having played just 11 innings at the T20I level.
Conway, who made his T20I debut against the West Indies at Eden Park in Auckland late last year, has already smashed 473 runs in 13 innings at an average of 59.13 and a strike-rate of 151.12 with four 50+ scores.
Meanwhile, Glenn Phillips, who notched up scores of 24 and 58 in the first two T20Is against Bangladesh, has zoomed past 32 places to attain his career-best ranking of 26.
As far as bowlers are concerned, New Zealand seamer Tim Southee has advanced two places to attain the seventh spot after having picked up three wickets in two matches.
Lockie Ferguson, on the other hand, has moved up to 16 places to attain the 42nd spot.
As for Bangladesh, young left-handed opener Mohammad Naim has progressed 13 placed to claim 28th spot after he racked up scores of 27 and 38 in the first two T20Is while Soumya Sarkar has zoomed past five places to 41st after scoring a half-century in Napier.
Meanwhile, Dawid Malan still continues to lead the T20I rankings for batsmen while the Indian duo of Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are at the 5th and 6th spot respectively.
Here’s a look at ICC T20I Rankings for batsmen: