Big Ten Basketball: Power Ranking the Top 25 Players

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Big Ten Basketball: Power Ranking the Top 25 Players
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Just as it was in 2012-13, the Big Ten should be the nation's elite conference in 2013-14. Michigan State, Michigan and Ohio State all have top-10 potential. Wisconsin can never be counted out, Iowa is on the rise and Illinois should make another NCAA tournament appearance.

The rankings of these players are based on a Big Ten mock draft that I participated in this past Sunday evening along with others. Your roster contains two guards, two forwards, a center and a utility, one of which must be a freshman.

There are three fantasy statistics that players are based on: points, rebounds/blocks combined and assists/steals combined. So, while a player's fantasy value may not be the same as their overall value as a player and to their team, this should offer a unique look at the players the Big Ten has to offer in 2013-14.

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