Power Rankings Rorin Into Colonial

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Here are GolfChannel.com’s Power Rankings, the top 10 favorites for the Crowne Plaza Invitational:

2011 Power Rankings: Week 19

RANKNAMECOMMENTS
Rory Sabbatini1Rory Sabbatini

The 2007 champ at Colonial has history in his side, fire in his belly and momentum to boot. He took third in Charlotte two weeks ago and might just get the job done in his adopted home state while an impending Tour suspension looms.

Jason Day
2
Jason Day

Day followed his runner-up finish at the Masters with a T-9 at Hilton Head and T-6 at The Players. He's in form and primed for his second win.

David Toms
3
David Toms
Toms missed a short putt to lose on the world's stage last week in Ponte Vedra, but he made made a long stride toward showing he's still got the good to win against the best. A tactician like Toms is perfect for a twisting, turning venue like Colonial.
Zach Johnson
4
Zach Johnson
A slow start to the year by the defending champ has been ignited by T-6 and T-12 finishes in his last two starts. He's a good bet to be in the mix again come late Sunday afternoon.
Ben Crane
5
 Ben Crane
Crane's got good vibes in Fort Worth after his T-3 in 2010 and his T-6 at The Heritage says he's ready for the tight test at Colonial once again.
Lucas Glover
6
Lucas Glover
Glover won two weeks ago at Quail Hollow and although that's quite an accomplishment, the popularity of his now famous beard is what's really impressive. Fear the beard for another week.
Matt Kuchar
7
Matt Kuchar
Kuchar has lulled since his impressive start to 2011, but his consistency still keeps him a favorite just about every week.
Jim Furyk
8
 Jim Furyk

The reigning FedEx Cup champ missed the cut at The Players - a rare MC, especially on his home course. So he'll have vengeance in his mind and a place like Colonial is a perfect to act on it.

Hunter Mahan
9
 Hunter Mahan
Mahan has nary a weakness in his game and coming off of a T-6 in Ponte Vedra, look for continued momentum as he returns to his home state.
Sergio Garcia
10
Sergio Garcia
The world's been waiting for Sergio to turn the corner - he's teased us a few times this year - so perhaps his final-round 65 at Sawgrass was the kick-start he needed.

Note: This list is compiled from rankings submitted by members of GolfChannel.com's editorial team, based on who is most expected to contend in each upcoming event.

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