There were some teams that had dramatic roster changes this offseason—we are looking at you Kentucky—and others that basically stayed intact, like as Michigan State; but most fell somewhere in the middle.
That is where the Ohio State program finds itself heading into the 2013-14 season, at least in terms of the quantity of alterations. The Buckeyes basically underwent a two-for-two trade with Deshaun Thomas and Evan Ravenel departing and incoming freshmen Marc Loving and Kameron Williams joining the fold.
There will undoubtedly be some effects from losing the top scorer in the Big Ten and adding two potentially dynamic freshmen that are wild cards at this point. Read on to see five of those impacts.