Home Boys' Lists Girls' Lists Men's Teams Women's Teams News Photos Contributors Links Help Sign-UpOnline Store
College Recruiting Lists | TennnisRPI Lists | The Hot 100 | Top Prospects | College Commitments | Advanced Search  
 
 

BOYS' COLLEGE RECRUITING LIST

Boys' Class of 2005 - Recent Graduates As of Tuesday, 8/30/2005



#379 Cody Pflugradt

#8 Brett Helgeson

#64 Marc Dwyer

#4 Andrew Orban
Order list by:   Rank   Name   State   ---  


Michigan Players - Top 100Print List  
RankOverallNameCityRatingTourns.
1 6 Marek Czerwinski Birmingham 6
2 36 Alexander Forger Okemos 11
3 41 Kevin Hayward Ann Arbor 5
4 51 Daniel Buikema Battle Creek 17
5 83 Howard Migdal W Bloomfield 5
6 91 Michael Depietro Bloomfield 14
7 111 Michael Kaufman Farmingtn Hls 10
8 143 Griffin Nienberg Beverly Hills 11
9 162 Joe Vallee Grosse Pointe 12
10 181 John Pelton Midland 4
11 183 Britton Steele Novi 7
12 186 Arvind Nagarajan Novi 4
13 211 James Steward Monroe 4
14 234 Colin Mark-griffin Ann Arbor 5
15 280 Joey Michaels Rochester 6
16 303 John Davis Ypsilanti 4
17 473 Matthew Riley Birmingham 3
 TENNIS WAREHOUSE PRODUCT REVIEW
 
Head Graphene Touch Speed MP (Alexander Zverev) Racquet Review
 
To purchase this product or for a much more detailed written review, Click Here!
 
INSIDE THE RANKINGS
The lifeblood of Tennis Recruiting is its rankings - and our team has been ranking tennis players for more than two decades. Learn about tennis rankings in general - as well as our best-of-breed ranking system.
Recent Tournament Forecasts
Date   Tournament Predicted
8/29 U.S. Open 73.3%
8/05 USTA National Champs. 76.8%
7/17 USTA Clay Court Champs. 75.9%
7/02 Wimbledon 77.1%
5/29 Roland Garros 73.4%
 
Click here for the complete list of all of our Tournament Forecasts.
 
 THE LATEST FROM TENNIS WAREHOUSE
9/28 Final week to save an extra 25% off liquidation apparel!
9/28 OK boy, @Bryanbros @Bryanbrothers, let's see you guys beat this volley exchange! ?? ?? ??
9/26 Kick your kick serve up a notch! Check out some tips from @paul_annacone and @PlaySight
9/26 "The art of war is of vital importance ..... a road either to safety or to ruin." - Sun Tzu.
 
 

Page updated on Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 10:31:07 PM
Contact our web team with any corrections