Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, January 22, 2013

What is it about Aaron Craft's style of play that makes so many respect him? Pardon the terrible cliches, but it's that the Ohio State point guard gives 100 percent all the time and does whatever to help his team- even if it means he puts his body at risk. Craft showed these qualities in Tuesday's win over Iowa, when he jumped over the first row of seats as he tried to keep the ball in play. Watch the play right now.

That's some hustle, and athletic ability! Craft could have been injured – or he could have injured a fan – but he immediately jumped to his feet after hitting the floor. As for the fans, it looked like everyone was just fine.

Check out this USA TODAY Sports photo of the play, too:

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