2010 ALL-BIG TEN OFFENSE
A first-team line composed of big men from four schools, including a precocious Hawkeye, paves the way for some dynamic playmakers
QB TERRELLE PRYOR OHIO STATE JUNIOR
On the heels of his Rose Bowl MVP performance, the Buckeyes' multithreat star enters his third season as a starter with Heisman hopes and the chance to lead a national-title contender.
SECOND TEAM SCOTT TOLZIEN WISCONSIN SENIOR
RB JOHN CLAY WISCONSIN JUNIOR
A bruising back who calls to mind former Badgers Heisman winner Ron Dayne, Clay was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore when he rushed for 1,517 yards and 18 touchdowns.
SECOND TEAM BRANDON SAINE OHIO STATE SENIOR
RB EVAN ROYSTER PENN STATE SENIOR
Having rushed for 2,405 yards over the past two seasons, this speedster figures to take on an even greater role for the Nittany Lions following the departure of star quarterback Daryll Clark.