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Player Rankings: Jordan Murphy enters Jess Settles' latest list

It's Monday, and that means it's time to release my updated Big Ten Player Rankings. Not a ton of movement in this latest installment, although there is one new name: Minnesota's Jordan Murphy, who has been playing out of his mind.

Three Takes: Jess Settles on Derrick Walton Jr., Nebraska & Maryland

This is a giant week on the hardwood, Big Ten fans. By week's end, we should have a much better idea of how the Big Ten title race will break down. As we enter Wednesday night's action, Jess Settles takes a look at Maryland's important week, Derrick Walton Jr.'s torrid play and Nebraska's improvement.

Player Rankings: Caleb Swanigan remains atop Jess Settles' list

It's Monday, and that means it's time for Jess Settles' latest Big Ten Player Rankings. No surprise here: Purdue star Caleb Swanigan remains atop the list, just ahead of Wisconsin's Ethan Happ and Michigan State's Miles Bridges, who continues his weekly ascent.

Player Rankings: Michigan State's Miles Bridges soars in Jess Settles' poll

As we near the midpoint of the conference season, Jess Settles' Big Ten Player Rankings continue to be fluid. This week, Michigan State high-flyer Miles Bridges, the two-time reigning Big Ten freshman of the week, is the biggest mover, going from No. 9 to No. 5.

Player Rankings: Nick Ward makes debut in Jess Settles' list

The No. 1 player in my Big Ten Player Rankings is a no-brainer. It's Purdue star Caleb Swanigan, once again, and it's not even close. The rest of my list is a little more debatable.