Hometown: Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
College: Virginia He's not a rookie, but you probably didn't notice him last year when he quietly won $1.18 million. This year Marino has already all but locked up his card for '09, winning $832,783 in the first eight events, including a runner-up at the Mayakoba and a tie for fourth at the Sony Open. He's long (24th in driving distance), a birdie machine (first in total birdies; fifth in scoring average) and ready to win. He's been among the top 25 in five of eight events, and he has shot in the 60s in 13 of 29 rounds.