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Those “Most likely to… ’’ lists – senior class votes of the most popular, most successful, funniest and the like – are being dropped in more and more schools out of concern that they put too much pressure on graduates throughout their lives. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe, who was voted her high school’s “class clown,” investigates by speaking to several “most likely to succeeds” of years past.