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Rabil, Jones the frontrunners to take home lacrosse's most hallowed honor

How Dukes' Matt Danowski responds to surgery to mend a torn ligament in his foot may determine who the '08 Tewaaraton Trophy is bestowed to. Danowski is looking to become the first repeat winner since the inception of the award in 2001.

Updated: November 28, 2007, 4:45 PM ET
Inside Lacrosse

With four Tewaaraton Trophy finalists from '07 returning, this is a star-studded lineup. But, can anybody from outside those top four make a run at it?

1. Paul Rabil, Johns Hopkins, Sr., Midfield Maybe the most impressive physical specimen in the sport, Rabil (6-3, 225) is built like an NFL running back. His passing ability developed last season as he dealt with double and triple teams, so his all-around game should be at its peak this spring.

2. Matt Danowski, Duke, ...

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