Northwestern has had a walk-on go onto become a leading scorer. It has also had a walk-on quit midway through a season because he didn't feel like he was part of the team. So is the often far-fetched possibility of playing time and success worth the rigorous, time-sapping schedule?
JerShon Cobb has spent four years at Northwestern. During three of those four, his body has betrayed him. But coming off meniscus surgery and going into his senior year, there are multiple reasons to believe that this is the year he stays healthy.