Choices Jared Sullinger, Ohio State JaJuan Johnson, Purdue E'Twuan Moore, Purdue Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin Other Vote Comments Show All Comments Buckinnc 5 Mar 2011, 8:25 am I was unable to keep my homerism from manifesting itself in my vote. blazers34 5 Mar 2011, 8:54 am i think its Jajuan Johnson hands down. TLB 5 Mar 2011, 9:25 am I am with you on this one. He is a senior and has been pretty consistant all year. And the fact that they lost Hummel and are stilll fighting for a number one seed is pretty impressive. Chris Lauderback Staff 5 Mar 2011, 10:04 am Agree. I give it to Johnson. He's been big down the stretch and what he and Moore did in the absence of Hummel is impressive. RBuck Mod 5 Mar 2011, 10:15 am That's why I gave it to Moore...for picking up the slack from Hummel's loss. Johnson has always been big for them. Long live the southend. WyoBuckeye 5 Mar 2011, 12:06 pm Can't go wrong with Moore either. If they were to ever split an award between two people, this would be a great year to do it (Moore and Johnson). WyoBuckeye 5 Mar 2011, 12:03 pm No doubt. And very well deserved at that. Sullinger is close in my book, bot I have to go with the senior here. KenK 5 Mar 2011, 12:08 pm Afraid I with with JJJohnson. This guy seems to be the total package. Johnny Hooker: "He's not as tough as he thinks". Henry Gondorff: "Neither are we". themostbrian 5 Mar 2011, 11:51 pm I would give it to Sullinger because he brings something that no one else brings in the B10 - An offensively skilled big man that can dominate you night-in, night-out on the low post. When I look at the B10, I don't see anything resembling that besides Sullinger - Perhaps the combination of Sampson and Mbakwe bring a similar dynamic, but it is not nearly as potent. My point is that he forced the B10 to focus its defensive energies on him and he STILL got his points/rebounds nearly every night. And the reason why I find that more impressive than JaJuan Johnson's season is because Sullinger's offensive game this season has been 99% limited to the low post - Which means teams know exactly where he is a threat and they STILL can't stop him most of the time. Every team gears up to stop JaJuan too, but his game is so varied (post, long jumpers, off the dribble sometimes) that it doesn't surprise me that he gets his points - No one can really guard that kind of diverse play at this level. It impresses me that Sully got the stats he did with by dominating the post every night because every team knew it was coming from that spot.