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Countdown: Wil Spencer Selects Texas A&M

College Station, Texas is the next stop for blue chip senior Wil Spencer, who has verbally committed to Texas A&M University.

For Spencer, the Tennis Recruiting Network's second-ranked player in the class of 2008, the choice was between Florida and Texas A&M. After taking official visits to both schools, he decided in favor of the Aggies.

"I really liked the whole package. I like their setup a lot," says Spencer, who turned 18 last month. "I like the academic side, the support they have there, the tutors. And I love Steve (Denton, head coach) and Bob (McKinley, assistant coach). I get along with the players; I really like those guys, we just jelled."

Like fellow Floridian and blue chipper Austin Krajicek, who also verbally committed to A&M recently, Spencer is planning to enroll in January, and is hoping his college tennis experience will prepare him for the professional ranks.

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