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Tayler Hill - Ohio State
A two-time selection to the All-Big Ten First Team and a three-time choice for the conference's All-Defensive team. As a four-year starter for the Buckeyes, played alongside a pair of WNBA first round draft picks (Jantel Lavender and Samantha Prahalis). 2012-13: Voted by media and coaches to All-Big Ten First Team for the second straight year, this time after leading the conference in points per game and minutes played. Increased her streak of double-figure scoring games to 64 en route to capping her career as the fifth-leading scorer in school history. 2011-12: Playing in the backcourt with Prahalis and earned All-America Honorable Mention (WBCA), All-Big Ten First Team, and All-Big Ten All-Defensive Team honors in a season in which she led conference in scoring across all games (13th in the nation). Also ranked atop the Big Ten in made 3-pt. FGs per game in conference action (12th nationally) and was third in the league in steals. 2010-11: Breakout season on both ends of floor resulted in Big Ten All-Defensive Team and All-Conference Honorable Mention honors after taking over at the 2 guard opposite Prahalis. PREP/MISC: State of Minnesota's all-time career points leader. Her cousin, Devon George (also of Minneapolis), was part of three NBA championship teams over 13 seasons; brother P.J. played at Ohio State.