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Many top high school-senior tennis players made their college choices during the Fall Signing Period back in November. The rest have been visiting schools over the winter - making verbal commitments after they get the information they need.

All of these players will have their first opportunity to make a formal commitment on April 14th - Signing Day.

TennisRecruiting.net has been keeping in contact with the Top 100 girls on the Class Rankings List to find out where they are in their decision process. A number of them have made commitments, some have narrowed their lists, and many are still wide open.

This article takes a look at these highly-recruited girls.

 

Top 100 Status (as of March 24)

The table below shows the Top 100 athletes 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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RECENT COMMITMENTS
12/04 Ashton Morrison chooses Georgia College
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Full Listings: Boys' Commits & Girls' Commits

 
 

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