The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
The following articles are relevant to the Kentucky men's team.
June Aces Shine in Paris and on Pro Circuit
School’s out for summer and college stars, both current and former,
took advantage of their opportunities in Pro Circuit tournaments last
month. In addition, two teens added their names to the list of junior
slam champions in Paris, while others made their mark on hard courts
across the globe.
Top Men's Classes - 2015 Winter Rankings
The end of January is at the midway point between the fall and spring
signing periods. Many high school seniors made formal commitments in
November, and lots more are making verbal commitments every week as we
move towards the spring. With more than 850 commitments, there is no
time like the present to check up on how the programs are doing.
Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network is proud to bring you the Top 25
Men's College Tennis Recruiting Classes.
Countdown: Big Blue Nation Welcomes Hussey
Austin Hussey, a five-star recruit from Edgewood, Ky., has decided to
become a member of the University of Kentucky Wildcats men's tennis
team. Hussey, ranked No. 1 in the Blue Grass State, will make the
short 75-mile journey to Lexington in the fall. He made the commitment
to Wildcats head coach Cedric Kauffmann last January.
June starts with clay and ends on grass, at least for the top
professionals and world-class juniors. But hard courts hosted their
fair share of the month's top performances too with former college
players and US teens building impressive winning streaks on both hard
courts and the Har-Tru clay.
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