A “Fantasy SCOTUS” poll launched Tuesday to predict President-elect Donald Trump’s first nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court has put federal appeals judges Raymond Kethledge and William Pryor in the lead.

The crowdsourcing survey, the brainchild of Supreme Court blogger and scholar Josh Blackman, got it right in 2010 when Elena Kagan “floated to the top” before President Barack Obama nominated her, as Blackman put it in an interview. “No doubt, President Obama checked our site,” Blackman joked on his blog.

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