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Countdown to Signing Day
by Dallas Oliver, 12 October 2012
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As we move into mid-October, Signing Week is on the horizon. November 14th is the first day of the one-week Fall Signing Period. That week is the only opportunity this calendar year for high school seniors to sign a National Letter of Intent with a Division I or Division II school.
Our commitment lists (boys
) show a number of early verbal commitments - but those commitments are not official or binding. Several seniors who had made verbal commitments earlier this year have since changed their minds. November 10th is the first day when those commitments become official.
As always, TennisRecruiting.net is ready with a full slate of coverage - known as the Countdown to Signing Day. Our Countdown is a series of special articles over the next few weeks to keep you up to date on all the Fall signing happenings.
Take a look at our coverage schedule:
Countdown to Signing Day Series
You can also follow the articles and top commitments on Twitter at #TennisSigningDay.
And there you have it... our preliminary Countdown to Signing Day coverage schedule. It all gets started early next week with comments from seniors. And we may add more articles as news breaks from seniors in the Class of 2013. Check back over the next month - and enjoy a courtside seat for the Countdown to Signing Day!
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