I'm not DD, but I can give you some help with that. Isaac Haas is Purdue's behemoth senior center. He's 7'2, 290 lbs. of solid muscle. He's been mostly a role player with Caleb Swanigan at Purdue, but this year will be his breakout campaign. He will be an absolute force in the middle for the Boilermakers. When he's on, Haas in unstoppable around the basket, and is VERY efficient. The only thing keeping Haas back will be his conditioning, as it's hard moving that large frame up and down the floor for more than 20-22 minutes per game. If he can stay in the game for 25+ minutes, he'll be first team All Big 10. Even in his part time role, Haas still was second on Purdue in scoring last year at just over 12 PPG. If he can stay in games, look for him to be No. 1 on the team in scoring. Isaac Haas Purdue is more than just Haas. Joining him in the starting lineup will be two guard Dakota Mathias, also a senior. At 6'4, 200 lbs. Mathias is one of the most underrated players in the country. He's been starting since his sophomore year, and is one of the best defenders in the Big 10. He does a bit of everything for Purdue. He scored 10 PPG, led the team in assists, and snatched 4 boards per game last year. He'll be stuffing stat sheets again this year. Dakota Mathias Off the bench, sharpshooter Ryan Cline will see a lot of burn this year. He'll look to improve upon his 41% 3pt. percentage from last year. Purdue also has 7'3, 250 lb. behemoth redshirt freshman Matt Haarms coming off the bench this year to back up Haas. Haarms, from the Netherlands, is a little skinnier than Haas, but has a different skill set than Haas does, with a three point shot being the most noticeable part of his game. With an injury to a high-upside athlete, former walk-on Grady Eifert (brother of Tyler Eifert) will likely see some minutes off the bench, as will freshman shooter Sasha Stefanovic. Ryan Cline and Dakota Mathias In regards to the list Dixie posted, it's actually pretty fair, IMO. I've seen far worse ones that that list.