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Signing Week 2018
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At long last, the time has come. Today, The Tennis Recruiting Network and CrampsAWAY kick off our coverage of Signing Week 2018, and our slate of articles is ready to go.

This Wednesday, November 14th, is Signing Day - the first day that high school seniors can formally commit to Division I or II tennis programs. We have been counting down the days for the past month, but today we switch to our Signing Week coverage.

Signing Week is a signature event here at TRN. All week, TennisRecruiting.net will bring you special content celebrating the Class of 2019 and their college decisions. Here is our planned coverage schedule for the week with a chance for more stories to be added as the commitments roll in ...

 

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Blue Chip Update

First thing’s first. Let’s check in on the blue chip seniors.

The tables below show the blue chip athletes and their latest recruiting statuses. The Commitment column shows whether the recruit has made a verbal commitment or is undecided, while the Interests column indicates schools of interest for uncommitted players.

 

Boys Status

NameStateCommitmentInterests
Christian Alshon FL Virginia Virginia
Drew Baird NC   Open
Blaise Bicknell FL Florida Florida
Jenson Brooksby CA TCU TCU
Jacob Bullard CA Texas Texas
Robert Cash OH Ohio State Ohio State
Stefan Dostanic CA USC USC
William Grant FL Florida Florida
Eric Hadigian CA Gonzaga Gonzaga
Cleeve Harper SC Texas Texas
Michael Heller FL Duke Duke
Ronald Hohmann NY LSU LSU
Ronan Jachuck FL Harvard Harvard
Ryder Jackson CA USC USC
Garrett Johns GA Duke Duke
JanMagnus Johnson FL No Timetable Open
Cannon Kingsley NY Ohio State Ohio State
Alexander Kotzen NJ Columbia Columbia
Omni Kumar CA Duke Duke
Jaycer Lyeons TX   Open
Andres Martin GA Georgia Tech Georgia Tech
John Mercer WV Ohio State Ohio State
Brandon Nakashima CA   Open
Govind Nanda CA UCLA UCLA
Pierce Rollins OK Texas A&M Texas A&M
Siem Woldeab CA Texas Texas
Andrew Zhang MI Duke Duke
Tyler Zink FL Georgia Georgia

As was the case back in October, there are only a few blue chip boys remaining on the table - and there has been no real movement with the four remaining uncommitted boys. All of these players are keeping their candidate schools private.

We will continue to reach out to these boys over the coming weeks - and keep you up to date on their progress.

 

Girls Status

NameStateCommitmentInterests
Hailey Baptiste DC   Open
Margaryta Bilokin CT Duke Duke
Hurricane Tyra Black FL   Open
Angelica Blake FL Stanford Stanford
Andrea Cerdan NJ Michigan Michigan
Gia Cohen FL Georgia Tech Georgia Tech
Briana Crowley IN Northwestern Northwestern
Sabina Dadaciu FL   Open
Abigail Desiatnikov MA   Open
Ali Despain SC Clemson Clemson
Abigail Forbes NC UCLA UCLA
Josie Frazier AZ Illinois Illinois
Kacie Harvey MA North Carolina North Carolina
Taylor Johnson CA UCLA UCLA
Dasha Kourkina NY Vanderbilt Vanderbilt
Chelsea Kung TX   Open
Rena Lin CA Yale Yale
Lea Ma NY   Open
Elizabeth Mandlik FL   Open
Nicole Mossmer CA Stanford Stanford
Michelle Sorokko NY   Princeton
Natasha Subhash VA Virginia Virginia
Alexandra Vagramov BC   Open
Alana Wolfberg FL Announcing Signing Day California, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Pepperdine, Tennessee
Anika Yarlagadda MI North Carolina North Carolina
Ashley Yeah CA Illinois Illinois

There has been some excitement on the girls side with two blue chip girls announcing their commitments over the past week. Angelica Blake of Boca Raton, Florida, got things started by announcing her commitment to Stanford, which TRN carried in this article.

Gia Cohen announced her commitment to Georgia Tech

Later in the week, Gia Cohen, who has been focusing on ITF junior and professional events kept things moving when she announced her commitment to Georgia Tech. Cohen has gone 11-4 in ITF junior tournaments over the past year - including an appearance in the singles semifinal at the Eddie Herr International last November.

All in all, 16 of the 26 blue chip girls have now announced their commitments, and that number will go up by at least one on Signing Day. This Wednesday, three-time state champion Alana Wolfberg plans to announce her commitment. We will have coverage of that announcement right here at TRN.

We will keep an eye on all of these players as their stories continue to develop … but we already have a lot of content on the schedule. Make sure to bookmark TennisRecruiting.net as your online home for all things Signing Week!

 
 

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