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2013-14 Big Ten/Top Prospects By Position

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2013-14 Big Ten/Top Prospects By Position

Being a huge Big Ten fan, I wanted to take a crack at the early 2013-14 positional rankings;

PG:
Aaron Craft
Andre Hollins
Keith Appling
Yogi Ferrell
Ronnie Johnson

SG:
Gary Harris
Ben Brust
Nik Stauskas
Roy Devyn-Marble
Lenzelle Smith Jr.

SF:
Glenn Robinson III
Branden Dawson
Will Sheehey
Sam Thompson
Joseph Bertrand

PF:
Noah Vonleh
Sam Dekker
Aaron White
LaQuinton Ross
Ross Travis

C:
Mitch McGary
A.J. Hammons
Adreian Payne
Adam Woodbury
Alex Olah


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Alot of talented guys in this

Alot of talented guys in this conference like Robinson & Harris..Both could've been lotto picks this year...

AJ Hammonds might be a lotto pick if he develops as much as i think he will...He also has to work on his conditioning.....

I also like Dekker, nba teams are high on him..

McGary will be a top 10 pick, no matter who comes out.....

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Adreian Payne is a power

Adreian Payne is a power forward exclusively.I like Devyn-Marble better then brust and stauskas, he could really break out thia year. I hope others aren't too high on branden dawson.... as an MSU student I hope he stays until his senior year.

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Noah Vonleh really is a small

Noah Vonleh really is a small forward

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Aaron Craft is not the top

Aaron Craft is not the top point guard. More like 3rd or 4th? Laquinton Ross is a sf and might be a better prospect than Thompson. They are also both better than Sheehey.

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Tim Frazier the fifth year

Tim Frazier the fifth year senior from Penn St over Ronnie Johnson, but solid list

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I wouldn't be surprised if

I wouldn't be surprised if Yogi can leap towards the top spot. I have seen five/six games of Indiana last season and in those games he impressed me. I'm not that big on Appling, not much of a floor leader and I also doubt his decision making in crunch situations.

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It makes me very happy to see

It makes me very happy to see so many guys from the state of Indiana on this list. I actually used to play with and against Yogi when we were younger. He played up a grade but was still usually the best player on the court. Unbelievable court vision for someone that young. Glad to see him doing so well.

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