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Spring Signing Week '10: Top 100 Update
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Just a couple weeks ago, our "War Room" articles showed the recruiting status of the Top 100 recruits in the Class of 2010 (Boys, Girls). At that time, only 17 of the boys and 15 of the girls were uncommitted.

The phone lines in the TennisRecruiting.net War Room have been busy, and we have been in touch with the majority of these uncommitted players. Today - "Signing Day Eve" - we update you on their statuses. Some of them have narrowed their lists, others have made decisions, and still more plan to announce their decisions as part of our Signing Week coverage.

Take a look at where the boys and girls are in the recruiting process.

 

Boys' Status (as of April 11, 2010)

The table below shows the previously uncommitted Top 100 boys and their recruiting status. The Commitment column shows whether the recruit has made a commitment or is undecided, while the Interests column indicates schools of interest.

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