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Top Men's Classes - 2009 Spring Rankings

Last week, the USC Trojans laid claim to the NCAA team title, and later today the singles and doubles championships will be contested.

As the 2008-09 academic year comes to a close, recruiting for the Class of 2009 also winds down. With more than 1,200 committed seniors, TennisRecruiting.net conducts its media poll to determine the top recruiting classes.

Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network announces the Top 25 men's recruiting classes for the Class of 2009.


Media Poll

The Tennis Recruiting Network has again enlisted the aid of junior tennis experts to determine the top classes. Reporters, national and international tournament directors, referees, ranking chairmen, and writers from across the country have donated their time and talents to vote on these top classes. Panelists for this voting period are shown below.

Each of our panelists submitted his/her take on the Top 25 recruiting classes. Schools received 25 points for each first-place vote, 24 points for each second-place vote, on down to 1 point for each 25th-place vote. The panelists were told not to consider incoming transfer students in their voting.

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11/25 Jackson Cobb chooses Texas Tech
11/25 Hannah Dattilo chooses Oglethorpe
11/25 Rebecca Herrington chooses Lake Superior St.
11/24 Matthew Gonzales chooses Ottawa
11/24 William Piekarsky chooses Indiana
11/24 Adam Ambrozy chooses Columbia
11/24 Roos Van Der Zwaan chooses Auburn
11/24 Samantha Smith chooses BYU
11/24 Osgar O'Hoisin chooses Wisconsin
11/24 Gui Gomes chooses Illinois

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