1. Aaron Craft - defensive dynamo who has steadily improved his offensive game.
2. Dre Hollins - Inconsistent, but the talent is there. Should have a huge year next year as a scoring PG.
3. TIE - A. Ronnie Johnson - after early struggles, started to blossom late in the year. Capped off a great 2nd half of the year with a 27 point, 6 assist, 3 steal performance in the postseason.
B. Tim Frazier - If he can regain his pre-injury form, he may be the best PG in the conference.
1. Gary Harris - Premier SG in the conference, maybe even country.
2. Terone Johnson - look for him to build on his 3rd team all-conference year and finish with a strong senior season.
3. Nik Stauskas - Long range assassin who can also get to the rim and finish with a dunk. Look for his scoring to increase.
1.TIE A. Sam Dekker - Elite prospect coming into college and blossomed during his FR season. Best all around player in the conference.
B. LaQuinton Ross - Came on strong averaging 15 ppg in the tournament. Great athlete whose game is starting to come together and the results are scary to opposing teams.
2. Glenn Robinson - Nearly went pro. Adds great athleticism with a decent stroke from deep. Will almost certainly go pro after this year and be a high lottery pick.
3. Roy Marble - Lead the deep run for the Hawkeyes in the NIT. Combines great offensive ability with capable rebounding.
1. Adrien Payne - Versatile forward who can bang down low, rebound, and also stroke it from deep. Dark horse contender for B1G POTY.
2. Aaron White - long player who rebounds exceptionally well and gets to the free throw line often. Can be a bit of a matchup nightmare for opposing teams.
3. Nnanna Egwuu - Had underwhelming stats due to his inability to stay out of foul trouble. If he can limit his fouls next year, watch out.
1. AJ Hammons - projected high lottery pick in next year's draft. Absolutely dominant when his head is into the game. Unstoppable when giving consistent effort.
2. Mitch McGary - turned an up and down season around with a great run in the NCAA tournament. Look for him to continue playing with energy next year and adding even more confidence to his game.
3. Adam Woodbury - Came in with a lot of hype but failed to deliver. His game is slowly progressing, but not at the rate Hawkeyes fans would like to see. If he can improve his footwork and general assertiveness, he could be a huge player for the Hawkeyes next year.
All B1G 1st Team
G Aaron Craft
G Gary Harris
F Sam Dekker
F Adrien Payne
C AJ Hammons
G Dre Hollins
G Terone Johnson
F Glenn Robinson
F Aaron White
C Mitch McGary
G Ronnie Johnson
G Nik Stauskas
F LaQuinton Ross
C Adam Woodbury