As most of you have probably followed, Adam Rittenberg has been counting down the top 25 players in the Big Ten this fall, judging both on past performance and future potential. Now at no. 12 (OSU LB Ross Homan), we have yet to see a Wolverine on the list. I might have some quibbles about a few of Michigan's guys deserving to be on the list already (Roundtree or Tay Odoms immediately come to mind), but I'm wondering who you guys think could show up in his top 11.
If anyone were to do it, Adam would be the one to have the balls to not stick a U-M player in there just because he needs a Michigan player if he didn't think there is a deserving Wolverine. However, I wouldn't be surprised to see a two-headed Tate/Denard slot, and I think even just Tate would be fair for the top 11. Homerism and boundless optimism aside, the only other guy I can see fitting into his list would be Roh, who fits neatly into the past performance/future potential metric.
What do you think?
Edit: By request, the list can be found here. (Didn't want to steal his page views.)