Ahrens was largely an afterthought during his first two years with the program, but injuries catapulted the 6-6 junior into a prominent role in 2018-19. He appeared in 30 games (eight starts), where he averaged 4.7 points and 2.5 rebounds over 18.8 minutes. He even scored a season-best 15 points in an overtime matchup against Louisville earlier in the year. Now entering his senior year, Ahrens is poised to compete for a role in the starting lineup that would allow him to seek new career-best stat totals. While he missed the entire NCAA Tournament last season due to an ankle injury, it appears Ahrens will enter 2019-20 with no limitations. He'll be a sleeper fantasy candidate in Big 10-only formats.