Top College Players To Watch\nTwo-time first-team All-American added Northeast Am trophy this summer. Set to play in second Walker Cup. Six career college wins.\nNCAA player of the year followed it up with sizzling summer, posting top-25 finishes in 4 PGA Tour starts. Low am at U.S. Open.\nPicked for U.S. Walker Cup team after wins at Sahalee Players, Pacific Coast Am. Led college golf in birdies (156). Career 71.14 avg.\nWas Cardinal's top finisher in 9 of 11 starts, recording 1 win, 7 top-5s, 70.6 avg. Went 4-0 at Palmer Cup, securing winning point.\nFirst Illini golfer to claim Big Ten title since 1999, part of 4-win season. Also earned share of Central Regional title. 71.36 avg.\nDidn't finish outside top 13 in final 9 stroke-play starts, winning U.S. Collegiate, Puerto Rico. Averaged 28.81 putts per round.\nHad 1 win, 6 top-5s while posting a 70.91 avg., lowest by a Tiger golfer in 34 years. Tied school record with 13 rounds in 60s.\nVictory at 2011 U.S. Junior made him just second golfer to claim title more than once. Three-time AJGA first-team AA.\nWestern All-American title highlighted a 2-win, 6 top-5 season. Became only 3rd USD athlete to win WCC POY in any sport.\nClaimed Porter Cup, one of 6 top-5s in amateur events in 2011. Western Jr. champ in 2010. Nine top-10s in AJGA career.\nBecame fourth Bulldog named national player of the year. With 71.51 average, broke UGa's single-season record by 1.12 strokes.\nGerman native was last year's top frosh with three wins, six top-5s in 10 starts. Flirted with turning pro, but is staying in L.A.\nTrying to become Bruins' first four-time first-team AA this season. Four career wins is two shy of UCLA all-time record.\nFirst freshman NCAA champ since 1998. Took summer classes but returned to play at U.S. Women's Am, reaching semis.\nWon three times and posted nine top-five finishes. Led country in birdies (120) and shot low round of 2010-11 (63).\nWas Crimson Tide's first freshman to earn first-team AA honors. Won school-record 3 titles, including East Regional.\nFour-time winner in 2010-11, including SEC and West Regional titles, while losing playoff in fifth event. First-team AA.\nWas just fourth player in ACC history to win conference POY honors for second time. T-8 at NCAAs playing as individual.\nPosted 72.29 avg., with win at Tar Heel Invite and 7 top-10s. Semifinalist at U.S. Women's Am also has 4.0 GPA in business.\nTeam's top finisher (T-4) during Bruins' NCAA win. Is 18-for-18 in reaching match play at USGA individual amateur events.