In terms of NBA talent, this is a one-sided affair.
Michigan boasts three potential first rounders from its point guard to the wings, while Ohio State relies heavily on its lone legitimate prospect to consistently score in volume.
The firepower generated from Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Glenn Robinson III has been overwhelming at times. Michigan's supporting cast has been productive and efficient, creating an offensive balance that leads to ranks of No. 7 in the country in points per game and No. 2 in field-goal percentage. Not to mention a 15-0 record.
Deshaun Thomas has been the go-to guy for an Ohio State team that really doesn't have that secondary scorer. The Buckeyes will need to turn defense into offense by containing Michigan's runs and converting them into points.
This game hosts a top-heavy list of NBA prospects with some long-shots to round out the top-ten.