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Thomas Michael Troyer on 6/23/2014 @ 1:57pm EDT Said:

Jake Ryan!

Trevor on 6/23/2014 @ 3:24pm EDT Said:

Ryan Kerriga!!!

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor on 6/23/2014 @ 3:56pm EDT Said:

    Kerrigan, along with J.J. Watt, finished his college career in 2010, one year too early to qualify.

Doug on 6/23/2014 @ 4:23pm EDT Said:

hey thomas, this is the leaders division, you can tell you’re a michigan fan lol

Kyle on 6/24/2014 @ 12:34pm EDT Said:

Are you serious? How is Mauti not on this list?

big ten fan on 6/24/2014 @ 1:32pm EDT Said:

Mike Mauro is the best defender the Big Ten has produced since Paul Poslusny. He was considerably better than Shazier and Borland.

Mark on 6/24/2014 @ 1:40pm EDT Said:

How does Purdue land 4 players? Have you seen their record? I can see the punter, he got a lot of practice

Tom Connors on 6/24/2014 @ 5:19pm EDT Said:

LaVonte David was a better linebacker than any of these selected. He continues to thrive in the NFL and is considered one of the best in the pro game.

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor on 6/24/2014 @ 6:33pm EDT Said:

    LaVonte played in the Legends Division, and this is the Leaders defense. Look for the Legends defense tomorrow.

Alex on 6/24/2014 @ 6:20pm EDT Said:

lavonte david.

Seth Goodyear on 6/24/2014 @ 10:56pm EDT Said:

Mike Mauti hands down should be on this list. Mauti was named first team All-Big Ten, first team All-American, and won the Butkus-Fitzgerald Award for best Big Ten linebacker in 2012. Not only was on field play dominating, his emotional leadership helping Penn State overcome the sanctions at Penn State.

Jeff on 6/25/2014 @ 12:18pm EDT Said:

In Purdue’s defense, one of them 4 is a punter. And Webster had lost of practice the last couple of years.