'The Voice' Season 3: Who Will Win from Team Adam?
'The Voice' Season 3: Who Will Win from Team Adam?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The 16-member teams of The Voice season 3 are set and now it's time for the Battle Rounds to begin. Each coach will have one singer making it to the finale, and while there is an option to steal battle losers from other teams this year, it's never too early to try to predict who will win.

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Adam Levine has assembled the most gender neutral group of contestants with eight men and eight women. Most are in their early 20s, with only one contestant older than 30 (34-year-old Nicole Nelson) and a handful of teenagers (the youngest being 15-year-old Adanna Duru).

So who has what it takes to go all the way and possibly be Adam Levine's second champion? Here are my top picks.

Frontrunner: Bryan Keith

The very first member of Team Adam, Keith was one of only five singers to get all four coaches to turn around. His rich voice and natural charisma make him an obvious frontrunner as his audition showed he has many tools in his arsenal. Not only do I think he's Adam's top pick, I think he just might win the whole thing.

Strong Contenders: Benji and Kayla Nevarez

Benji's rock star scream was memorable and could make him a dark horse. Kayla is a young diva-in-training, telling Adam they need to win this. You can't argue with her drive and passion. I expect big things from both of them.

The Unknown: Adanna Duru

She was one of only three singers on Team Adam who didn't get a full audition segment, so it's tough to tell with her. But she's only 15 and has a great and unique look that might appeal to younger viewers. It's hard to tell how these quick auditioners will do, but she's my pick for the one with the most potential.

What do you think of Team Adam? Do you agree that Bryan Keith has the best chance to win out of the group of 16? Or did I overlook a singer who will steal the show?

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.

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