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Morgan Hoffmann has had a quiet season for Oklahoma State, but the 2009 Walker Cupper could find his way back onto the team with a strong spring.

Scott Langley, left, and David Chung are safe bets to make the U.S. Walker Cup team after breakthrough 2010 seasons.
Georgia senior Russell Henley was Golfweek's 2010 college player of the year.
Oklahoma State junior Peter Uihlein kisses the Havemeyer Trophy after winning the U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay. He is No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.
UCLA freshman Patrick Cantlay could make the Walker Cup team if he builds on a strong 2010 amateur season in which he was semifinalist at the U.S. Amateur.
Alabama's Bud Cauley was a key contributor on the 2009 U.S. Walker Cup team.
Auburn's Blayne Barber had top 10s in seven major amateur events last season, and could find a spot on the U.S. Walker Cup team if he continues that pace.
Patrick Reed, seen here holing a crucial putt during the 2010 NCAA Championship, is an integral part of Augusta State's success.
Stanford junior Andrew Yun
Morgan Hoffmann has had a quiet season for Oklahoma State, but the 2009 Walker Cupper could find his way back onto the team with a strong spring.
Jordan Spieth won the 2009 U.S. Junior Amateur and has an outside chance of making the U.S. Walker Cup team. He will be a freshman at the University of Texas in the fall.