With six freshmen on the roster, we know the Hoosiers will be young next season.
Surprisingly, though, there are Big Ten teams even younger as presently constituted.
IU will have only three upperclassmen on next season's squad: the pictured Will Sheehey, graduate transfer Evan Gordon and seldom-used wing Austin Etherington.
Penn State and Purdue, both of which have seen multiple defections this offseason, also have three juniors and seniors on their respective rosters. There is a team, however, that has them all beat, and it's one that will likely still be a top-20 team to begin the campaign.
Michigan will be reliant on sophomores to score a large percentage of its points, and the experience those players got last season will be invaluable. After all, senior big men Jordan Morgan and Jon Horford are the only scholarship upperclassmen on the roster as of today.
Indiana will be able to point to inexperience if a head-scratching loss occurs, but they'll be far from alone in the Big Ten.