The Top 10 Male Players To Watch\nFlorida, Sr. U.S. Walker Cupper shot par or better in 20 of his 33 rounds, while hitting 74.2 percent of greens in regulation. Had top-10s at SECs, Central Regional and NCAAs.\nUSC, Jr. Eighth Trojan to be picked first-team All-American twice after having four top-5s, seven top-10s. Finished season with 71.71 avg. Runner-up at North & South Am.\nOkla. State, Soph. First-team All-American won two titles (Olympia Fields, Big 12), had seven top-5s and a 71.11 avg. en route to being the first freshman to win the Ben Hogan Award.\nClemson, Jr. After solid sophomore year (72.44 avg., six top-10s), qualified for U.S. Open, won Southern Am. Also reached quarters at North & South, made Sweet 16 at Western Am.\nIndiana, Sr. Spaniard's T-2 finish at NCAAs capped first-team All-American season. Had 30.2-percent birdie conversion rate; averaged 29.05 putts per round. Won Spanish Am.\nUAB, Sr. Led Blazers to nationals for first time since 2002. Three wins included C-USA and East Regional. Defended Cardinal Am title in summer. Had 70.67 spring avg.\nStanford, Soph. Seven top-10s included a share of CordeValle title. His 71.6 avg. notched first-team All-American honors and a spot on the inaugural GCAA All-Nicklaus team.\nGeorgia, Sr. Had a standout summer, winning the Porter Cup and reaching the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur. Earned second-team All-American honors with six top-10s.\nGa. Tech, Jr. Second-team All-American after earning honorable mention as freshman. Won Carpet Capital and led ACC with 71.09 avg. Member of U.S. Palmer Cup team.\nGeorgia, Jr. Second-team All-American posted five top-10s including a ninth at the NCAAs. Had a streak of 11 straight sub-par rounds during the season and 13 out of 15.