This article is part of our Golf Draft Kit series.
We surveyed our golf writers for sleepers and busts for the 2018-19 PGA Tour season.
List showed steady improvement the last two seasons, and made almost $2 million more last year than he did in 2015-16. He had a sporadic finish, missing the cut in four of his last eight events, but he still played the weekend 20 times in 29 events. List finished a dreadful 180th in strokes gained putting last year, but he also finished 33rd in scoring average per round and an elite sixth in strokes gained tee-to-green – directly ahead of none other than Tiger Woods. List did not record any top-10 finishes last season, but it doesn't take many of those to really inflate a player's earnings. If he gets his putter going a couple times this season, he's a good bet to surge past $3 million for the first time.
— Kevin O'Brien
Hossler did not make much noise last season, but he quietly made the cut in 24 of 28 appearances, including 15 of his last 16 events. He just missed the $2.5 million mark in his first full season on tour, and he could have easily topped that had he claimed victory either – or both – times he finished second. Hossler finished a stellar fourth in strokes gained putting last year and a respectable 49th in strokes gained off-the-tee, but he really struggled in between. He turns just 24 in March, so there is a lot