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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, 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, 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.