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Fall Signing Week '08: National Roundup

Signing Week is now underway. Starting tomorrow, senior tennis players can sign their National Letters of Intent with Division I or Division II schools. We will be featuring live commitment announcements from a number of highly-recruited boys and girls.

Today, we hear comments from boys and girls across the country in our National Roundup. We talked with several recruits who plan to sign this week during the Fall signing period. We asked them about their college choices - and how they reached their decisions.

Here is a whirlwind tour around the country to review these verbal commitments...

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