The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
The following articles are relevant to the Texas men's team.
NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part I
May Madness might not be a household term, but the name fits for
college tennis. May is tournament time. This weekend, 64 men's and
women's teams will see first- and second-round action in the NCAA
Division I Tennis Championships. The winners head to the Khan Outdoor
Tennis Complex in Champaign-Urbana, Ill., to compete for the team
title. Today, our college tennis contributors talk about college
tennis' Big Dance.
Countdown: Previewing the Top 100 Boys
Last week, we checked in with the girls. Today, the top boys in the
senior class update us on their college recruiting. Find out where
the Top 100 boys are leaning, and how many of them have already made
From the USTA Winter National champions to the outstanding
performances of young women like Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens at
the Australian Open, January provided many new players to watch in
2013. The thirteen aces below may not have been quite as visible, yet
their accomplishments are worth acknowledging too.
Top Men's Classes - 2013 Winter Rankings
The end of January is right at the midway point between the fall and
spring signing periods. High school seniors across the country made
formal commitments in November, and dozens more make verbal
commitments every week. With more than 750 commitments in the books,
this is a great time to take stock of how programs are doing. Today,
the Tennis Recruiting Network is proud to bring you the Top 25 Men's
College Tennis Recruiting Classes.
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