2008 LPGA Preview: Five To Watch\nAmong the 2008 LPGA rookie class are several likely to make headlines in the new season\nSouth African won the Ladies' European Tour's Catalonia Ladies Masters 37 days after her 18th birthday in her fourth start as a pro. Win made her second-youngest LET winner ever.\nThis 21-year-old won five times in Japan in '07 and earned LPGA status by winning the Mizuno Classic as a nonmember. Despite the media attention devoted to Ai Miyazato, Ueda got to the LPGA winner's circle first.\nWon two of the last three holes to beat Michelle Wie, 1 up, in the final of the 2004 Women's Amateur Public Links at age 15. Hits it as far as Wie, if not farther. Won in Canada last year. Still a teenager, but ready.\nThe 2007 SEC Golfer of the Year at Georgia. Left school after her sophomore year when her 72.48 stroke average was the sixth-best in the nation.\nLeft the University of Florida midway through her senior year after finishing T-14 at LPGA Q school. First team 2007 All-American. Member of German national team since 2003.