So for the time being, he relies largely on imports like Chris Register, a blond-haired, blue-eyed sophomore who finished sixth last week at nine over par. A native of Bude, England, a town of 10,000 on the Celtic Sea, 200 miles southwest of London, Register didn't know much about Jackson State until he set foot on campus. Like most of the foreign players in this tournament, he was recruited through College Prospects to America, a service that pairs overseas athletes with scholarship opportunities. "I wanted to play golf for a university in the States, and Coach Payton gave me the best offer," says Register in what is surely the thickest accent on the Jackson, Miss., campus. "The team gets along great, and I feel like I'm accepted at school. But I'll admit, growing up in England I never thought I'd be playing in America's National Minority championship, that's for sure."