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Fall Signing Week '08: Lin Chooses Palo Alto

Denis Lin of Thousand Oaks, Calif., wants to combine a collegiate tennis career with the finest education possible.

Blue Chip recruit Denis Lin
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That being said, the 17-year-old Lin will sign with Stanford University and become a proud member of the storied Cardinal program.

"With Stanford, I can have a balance of athletics and academics," Lin said. "I've always had an emphasis on my education. They (Stanford) have an excellent recruiting class. I like the direction the program is going and it's a great place to develop my game."

Lin is part of what is shaping up to be a monster recruiting class for the Cardinal. Joining Lin at Stanford will be fellow Blue Chip recruits Matt Kandath (Gansevoort, N.Y.) and Walker Kehrer (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) - as well as 3-Star recruit Samuel Ecker.

Lin, who is considering majoring in economics or engineering, also looked at Princeton and Harvard as potential schools to utilize his talents.

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