Aaron Craft Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

By D.J. Byrnes on March 10, 2014 at 6:25 pm

Aaron Craft has been named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year by conference coaches.

This is the second such honor for Craft, who is a three-time All-American and was also last year's Big Ten Tournament MVP. He is only the second player in Big Ten history (other than Purdue's Chris Kramer) to earn a spot on the All-Defensive team four times.

Craft was also named to the second All-Big Ten team by media and third All-Big Ten team by coaches. 

Congrats to Aaron Craft, and to other Big Ten coaches outside of Columbus, who will undoubtedly be thankful to see him leave college after this year.

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