Ranking every Big Ten point guard for the 2024-25 season: Does Ace Baldwin take the top spot?

With an abundance of new faces in the Big Ten due to the transfer portal and conference realignment, the conference will look as unique as ever, and there is certainly no shortage of star power at the ball handler position.
Penn State point guard Ace Baldwin Jr.
Penn State point guard Ace Baldwin Jr. / Mitchell Layton/GettyImages
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14. player. . Rollie Worster. 6'3 200 lbs. Rollie Worster. 488. Rollie Worster. Senior+.

Worster spent his college career at Utah State and Utah but opted to use his fifth year of eligibility to play for Fred Hoiberg and the Cornhuskers. His senior season was cut short due to a lower leg injury, however, he still managed to average 9.9 points and a superb 5.5 assists per game for the Utes.

With Nebraska star Kesei Tominaga graduating, Worster will handle the ball for the Cornhuskers. He is one of the best passers in the country, and it was shown at a high-level last season in the dismantled Pac-12 conference.