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Big Ten Conference Career Leaders and Records for Steals

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player STL From To Last School
1.Aaron Craft 337 2011 2014 Ohio State
2.Mike Kelley 275 1998 2001 Wisconsin
3.Chris Kramer 273 2007 2010 Purdue
4.Dee Brown 231 2003 2006 Illinois
5.Titus Ivory 216 1998 2001 Penn State
6.Jitim Young 215 2001 2004 Northwestern
7.Austin Hollins 213 2011 2014 Minnesota
8.Frank Williams 212 2000 2002 Illinois
9.Sergio McClain 210 1998 2001 Illinois
10.Brian Cardinal 208 1997 2000 Purdue
11.Al Nolen 205 2008 2011 Minnesota
 Dean Oliver 205 1998 2001 Iowa
13.Tim Frazier 196 2010 2014 Penn State
14.Damian Johnson 195 2007 2010 Minnesota
15.David Lighty 191 2007 2011 Ohio State
16.Daniel Horton 187 2003 2006 Michigan
17.Luke Recker 183 1998 2002 Iowa
18.Dane Fife 180 1999 2002 Indiana
 Draymond Green 180 2009 2012 Michigan State
20.Mateen Cleaves 178 1997 2000 Michigan State
21.Trevon Hughes 177 2007 2010 Wisconsin
22.Roy Devyn Marble 176 2011 2014 Iowa
23.Shannon Scott 175 2012 2015 Ohio State
24.Michael Flowers 172 2005 2008 Wisconsin
25.Bernard Robinson 169 2001 2004 Michigan
 Michael Wilkinson 169 2002 2005 Wisconsin
27.Mohamed Hachad 167 2003 2006 Northwestern
 Travis Walton 167 2006 2009 Michigan State
29.Jeff Horner 166 2003 2006 Iowa
30.Devin Harris 164 2002 2004 Wisconsin
 E'Twaun Moore 164 2008 2011 Purdue
32.Chris Hill 162 2002 2005 Michigan State
33.Victor Oladipo 161 2011 2013 Indiana
34.Kevin Burleson 160 2000 2003 Minnesota
35.Michael Thompson 159 2008 2011 Northwestern
 Evan Turner 159 2008 2010 Ohio State
37.Luther Head 158 2002 2005 Illinois
38.Brandon Paul 155 2010 2013 Illinois
39.Keith Appling 151 2011 2014 Michigan State
40.Michael Redd 149 1998 2000 Ohio State
41.Paul Davis 146 2003 2006 Michigan State
42.Talor Battle 145 2008 2011 Penn State
43.Manny Harris 144 2008 2010 Michigan
 Kalin Lucas 144 2008 2011 Michigan State
45.Brody Boyd 143 2001 2004 Iowa
46.James Augustine 141 2003 2006 Illinois
 Matt Gatens 141 2009 2012 Iowa
 Craig Moore 141 2006 2009 Northwestern
49.Jon Diebler 138 2008 2011 Ohio State
 Demetri McCamey 138 2008 2011 Illinois
51.Jamar Butler 137 2005 2008 Ohio State
 Tom Coverdale 137 2000 2003 Indiana
53.Scoonie Penn 136 1999 2000 Ohio State
54.Dion Harris 135 2004 2007 Michigan
55.Branden Dawson 134 2012 2015 Michigan State
56.William Buford 131 2009 2012 Ohio State
 Robbie Hummel 131 2008 2012 Purdue
58.Jaraan Cornell 130 1998 2000 Purdue
 Willie Deane 130 1999 2003 Purdue
60.Joe Crispin 129 1998 2001 Penn State
 Jeremy Nash 129 2007 2010 Northwestern
62.Brian Brown 128 1999 2002 Ohio State
63.Eric May 127 2010 2013 Iowa
64.Chester Frazier 126 2006 2009 Illinois
65.Ben Luber 125 2004 2007 Penn State
66.Charlie Bell 124 1998 2001 Michigan State
 Shannon Brown 124 2004 2006 Michigan State
68.D.J. Richardson 122 2010 2013 Illinois
69.Brent Darby 121 2000 2003 Ohio State
 Vincent Grier 121 2003 2006 Minnesota
 Aaron White 121 2012 2015 Iowa
72.John Shurna 119 2009 2012 Northwestern
73.Drew Crawford 118 2010 2014 Northwestern
 Vedran Vukusic 118 2002 2006 Northwestern
75.Tim Doyle 117 2003 2007 Northwestern
76.Keaton Grant 116 2007 2010 Purdue
 Alex Marcotullio 116 2010 2013 Northwestern
 T.J. Parker 116 2003 2005 Northwestern
79.Je'Kel Foster 115 2005 2006 Ohio State
 Jordan Hulls 115 2010 2013 Indiana
 Deron Williams 115 2003 2005 Illinois
82.Lester Abram 114 2003 2007 Michigan
 Greg Brunner 114 2003 2006 Iowa
 Kevin Coble 114 2007 2009 Northwestern
 Collier Drayton 114 1999 2002 Northwestern
 Andre Hollins 114 2012 2015 Minnesota
 DeShawn Sims 114 2007 2010 Michigan
88.Adam Haluska 113 2003 2007 Iowa
 Raymar Morgan 113 2007 2010 Michigan State
90.Stu Douglass 111 2009 2012 Michigan
 Jarrett Stephens 111 1998 2000 Penn State
92.Travarus Bennett 110 2001 2002 Minnesota
 Goran Suton 110 2006 2009 Michigan State
 Rodney Williams 110 2010 2013 Minnesota
95.Lewis Jackson 109 2009 2012 Purdue
96.Cory Bradford 108 1998 2002 Illinois
 Gary Harris 108 2013 2014 Michigan State
 Tony Stockman 108 2001 2005 Ohio State
 Marshall Strickland 108 2003 2006 Indiana
100.Tracy Abrams 106 2012 2014 Illinois
 Pierre Pierce 106 2002 2005 Iowa
 Boban Savovic 106 1999 2002 Ohio State
103.Geary Claxton 105 2005 2008 Penn State
104.Andre Hutson 104 1998 2001 Michigan State
 Alando Tucker 104 2003 2007 Wisconsin
106.Jordan Taylor 102 2009 2012 Wisconsin
107.Alan Anderson 101 2002 2005 Michigan State
108.Drew Neitzel 100 2005 2008 Michigan State
 Morris Peterson 100 1996 2000 Michigan State
110.Gyasi Cline-Heard 98 1998 2001 Penn State
 Tavaras Hardy 98 1999 2002 Northwestern
 Zach McCabe 98 2011 2014 Iowa
 Aaron Robinson 98 2002 2005 Minnesota
114.Verdell Jones 97 2009 2012 Indiana
 Jason Singleton 97 1998 1999 Ohio State
 Roderick Wilmont 97 2004 2007 Indiana
117.Mike Gesell 96 2013 2015 Iowa
118.Terence Dials 95 2002 2006 Ohio State
119.Zack Novak 94 2009 2012 Michigan
120.Trey Burke 93 2012 2013 Michigan
 Sharif Chambliss 93 2001 2005 Wisconsin
 Sean Harrington 93 2000 2003 Illinois
 JaJuan Johnson 93 2008 2011 Purdue
124.Brian Cook 92 2000 2003 Illinois
 Blake Hoffarber 92 2008 2011 Minnesota
 Jermaine Marshall 92 2011 2014 Penn State