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Where Will They Be?
COMPILED BY Joe Lemire
July 02, 2007
Their talent is undisputed, their potential enormous. Their ultimate destinations? Unknown. But rest assured you'll be watching these promising athletes make their mark somewhere--and soon
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July 02, 2007

Where Will They Be?

Their talent is undisputed, their potential enormous. Their ultimate destinations? Unknown. But rest assured you'll be watching these promising athletes make their mark somewhere--and soon

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Felicia Lee

15 SWIMMER, Towson, Md.

ACHIEVEMENTS Before her birthday in May, Lee ranked first in the 13-14 age group in three events: 100 and 200 butterfly, and 400 individual medley. As a 13-year-old in 2006 she won gold in the 100 fly (59.72 seconds) at the U.S. spring championships.

REMINISCENT OF? Katie Hoff, for her fierce practice mentality more than for her swimming style. That's understandable: Lee and Hoff, a six-time world champion, are training partners at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, where Michael Phelps is also a member.

COACH'S COMMENT "Felicia has a really great ability to catch the water with her feet and propel herself," says coach Paul Yetter.

ETA At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where her best chance is the 100 fly. "She can be a staple on the national team for, shoot, who knows how long?" Yetter says. "Five, eight, 15 years--however long she wants to swim."

Bryce & Arthur Brown

16 and 17 RUNNING BACK AND LINEBACKER, Wichita, Kans.

ACHIEVEMENTS Arthur Jr. (right), a 6�1?, 210-pound linebacker at East High, is Scout.com's No.�1 overall recruit in the class of 2008. Bryce, a 6-foot, 215-pound running back with the Blue Aces, was named EA�Sports' national sophomore of the year.

REMINISCENT OF? Arthur has been likened to Lions linebacker Ernie Sims. His younger brother draws comparisons with Vikings first-round pick Adrian Peterson and Wichita native Barry Sanders.

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