Reid Priddy, left, Clay Stanley and head coach Alan Knipe practice in a gym, before a qualifying match for the London Olympics, this summer at California State University Long Beach, Calif. Stanley was the most valuable player in Beijing four years ago, when the men rolled undefeated through the tournament and upset Brazil for the gold. He had 146 total points on 116 kills, 15 blocks and 15 aces and Priddy was next with 112 points.

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