Mike Conley, Jr.
Mike Conley, Jr. helped guide the Buckeyes to the NCAA championship game as a freshman in 2007, earning first team All-Big Ten honors and 2007 Big Ten Tournament Most Valuable Player honors. Conley, Jr. averaged 11.3 points per contest in his only season and handed out a program record 238 assists. Conley, Jr. was part of an Ohio State team that won a school record 35 games, won the Big Ten regular season and postseason tournament titles and advanced to the 2007 NCAA National Championship game. Conley, Jr. went No. 4 to the Memphis Grizzlies in the 2007 NBA Draft.
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