The 2010 Big Ten postseason player rankings continue with ...
No. 14: John Moffitt, G, Wisconsin, Sr., 6-5, 323
2010 numbers: Started all 13 games at left guard after splitting time between guard and center in 2009 and starting the entire 2008 season at center; named a first-team AP All-American and a first-team All-Big Ten selection by both the coaches and the media; named Wisconsin's co-Offensive Player of the Week against Michigan after the Badgers' dominant rushing performance.
Preseason rank: No. 15 in the preseason Top 25 players
Why he's here: Moffitt and classmates Gabe Carimi and Bill Nagy anchored a dominant Wisconsin line that helped the offense set record-setting numbers in 2010. The Badgers ranked 12th nationally in rushing, fifth in scoring, 21st in total offense and 18th in sacks allowed. Moffitt played a significant role in opening up-the-middle rushing lanes for backs John Clay, James White and Montee Ball. He delivered one of his best performances Oct. 16 against then-No. 1 Ohio State, as Wisconsin manhandled a formidable Buckeyes defensive front en route to a historic victory that led to the program's first Big Ten title in 11 seasons. Moffitt earned first-team All-America honors from the AP, CBSSports.com and Rivals.com and earned consensus first-team All-Big Ten honors for the second consecutive season. His 42 starts for Wisconsin and his versatility at both guard and center should serve him well at the next level.
No. 15: Michigan C David Molk
No. 16: Ohio State DE Cameron Heyward:
No. 17: Iowa QB Ricky Stanzi
No. 18: Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins
No. 19: Indiana WR Tandon Doss
No. 20: Ohio State C Mike Brewster
No. 21: Penn State G Stefen Wisniewski
No. 22: Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn
No. 24: Ohio State LT Mike Adams