In "The Art of Aaron Craft", Sports Illustrated's Alexander Wolff examines how Craft’s intelligence, experience as a high school football player, and dedication to studying opponents on film makes him as valuable in his own way to Ohio State as shot blockers like Lew Alcindor and Bill Walton were to UCLA. Ohio State head coach Thad Matta says Craft’s name would come up most often, “if you polled every coach in this league and asked who they’d want on defense if they’re up one with the other team running an isolation.” “He physically beat up our guards,” said Florida coach Billy Donavan after a loss to the Buckeyes last season. “And I’m not saying our guards got fouled. Totally within the context of the rules of the game, he manhandled them." You can see more in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated.