The Ohio State Buckeyes finished their regular season as the top NCAA Division I team in the nation. They have a multitude of offensive weapons, including sharpshooting guards and a versatile power forward in Big Ten freshman of the year Jared Sullinger, who's averaging 17.1 points per game.
In the above video, Coach Bobby Knight breaks down Sullinger's game, citing the freshman's good hands and feet as a great combination for a big man.
We wish Jared and his teammates the best of luck in the NCAA tournament and look forward to seeing him continue to dominate the paint.
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