PC: "No, I don't. I think a lot of people tend to think that [North Carolina junior attackman] Billy Bitter is the favorite. He's as good of a dodging attackman I've seen since [former Syracuse attackman and two-time Tewaaraton Trophy winner] Mike Powell in 2004, but I think so much of that award hinges on a couple of things. One, when you play the attack position, your point total matters, and so does your team's success. North Carolina is a little nicked up with [senior midfielder Sean] DeLaney out, and [Bitter's] been kind of held in check the last couple games with Maryland shutting him out [in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament semifinals last Friday]. If they make a run and he's fantastic in the playoffs, I think he will separate himself. But from start to finish, the most consistent star in my eyes has been [Syracuse junior goalkeeper] John Galloway. I think so not because I'm a Syracuse guy, but because if you look at what he's done and his whole body of work, he's been incredible. Even in the team's one loss, that might have been his best game of the year. If you look at the entire body of work and what he does for his team, Galloway is certainly right in the mix. There is one kid who I think doesn't get the recognition but should definitely be a finalist, and that's [Stony Brook junior midfielder] Kevin Crowley. I think he leads the country in points, he gets long-pole attention every single game, he's the guy on the scouting report to stop, but no one's been able to do it. He's a guy where people need to start looking past the marquee programs and really take a good look at what he's done. You can't dismiss his success this year. If he's not a finalist, something's wrong."