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2013 Big Ten Media Days player participants announced, led by Braxton Miller

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The Buckeyes' quarterback will be at center stage at Big Ten Media Days in Chicago, but several other high profile players will be in attendance. Here's the full list.

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The quarterbacks will be the center of attention at Big Ten Media Days, as Ohio State's Braxton Miller, Nebraska's Taylor Martinez, and Michigan's Devin Gardner will all be in attendance. Big Ten Media Days will take place on July 24 and 25 in Chicago. The full list of players from each school is below:

Illinois
Senior, DL, Tim Kynard
Senior, OT, Corey Lewis
Senior, QB, Nathan Scheelhaase

Indiana
Senior, K, Mitch Ewald
Senior, S, Greg Heban
Senior, WR, Kofi Hughes

Iowa
Senior, LB, Christian Kirksey
Senior, LB, James Morris
Senior, OL, Brett Van Sloten

Michigan
Junior, QB, Devin Gardner
Senior, S, Thomas Gordon
Senior, LT, Taylor Lewan

Michigan State
Senior, LB, Max Bullough
Senior, CB, Darqueze Dennard
Senior, OG, Blake Treadwell

Minnesota
Senior, DT, Ra'Shede Hageman
Junior, RB, Donnell Kirkwood
Senior, S, Brock Vereen

Nebraska
Senior, WR, Quincy Enunwa
Senior, CB, Ciante Evans
Senior, QB, Taylor Martinez

Northwestern
Senior, QB, Kain Colter
Senior, RB, Venric Mark
Senior, DE, Tyler Scott

Ohio State
Senior, OT, Jack Mewhort
Junior, QB, Braxton Miller
Junior, CB, Bradley Roby

Penn State
Senior, LB, Glenn Carson
Senior, OG, John Urschel
Senior, S, Malcolm Willis

Purdue
Senior, CB, Ricardo Allen
Senior, DT, Bruce Gaston
Senior, TE, Gabe Holmes

Wisconsin
Senior, WR, Jared Abbrederis
Senior, LB, Chris Borland
Senior, RB, James White

This year's Big Ten Media Day should be a much less eventful affair than the 2012 version, as Bill O'Brien and the Penn State contingent won't be subject to the same circus atmosphere and questions of how they'll ever be able to compete under crippling NCAA sanctions. Also missing from the 2013 Media Days will be the new-ness of Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, but coming off an undefeated season and ahead of a possible BCS title run, I'm sure the media will find something to talk about regarding the Buckeyes.

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