Continued from here:
Looking at career figures (minimum 2000 runs and 100 dismissals):
These figures are correct up to 31 Aug 2020, and do not include the ICC XI Test in 2005.
The current players can be seen at the bottom, from Mushfiqur Rahim downwards.
It may be more meaningful to segregate the figures of dismissals for 1) designated wicket-keepers and 2) not designated wicket-keepers
Designated wicket-keepers: 2000 runs and 100 dismissals:
The most runs here are by Boucher (5498) and Gilchrist (5475), with several in the 4000s. The most dismissals are by Boucher (553) and Gilchrist (409). From India, we have Kirmani and Dhoni.
Not designated wicket-keepers: 2000 runs and 100 dismissals:
The most runs here are by Ponting (13278), Dravid (13265) and Kallis (13206) with several others above 10000. The most dismissals are by Dravid (209) and M Jayawardene (205).
From India we have Gavaskar, Azharuddin, Tendulkar, Dravid, and Laxman.
Also note those with over 100 wickets: Sobers, Botham, Hooper, Warne and Kallis. #3 and #4 would usually not be considered great all-rounders.
Next, we will look more closely at those who played sometimes as designated wicket-keepers and sometimes not.