Okay I'm a senior in high school, and I'm from northeast Ohio and I'm looking for a school in the Northwest region to play tennis at (Ohio, Pennsilvania, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky) to play collegiate tennis. I'm a solid 4.0-4.5 player I have a pretty big, flat serve (around 100-110), a solid forehand topspin and slice forehand (the flat shots are alright, but not as good as my topspins and slices), and a solid one-hand backhand (can hit slice, flat, and topspin all about the same). I'm great at playing cross court and playing defensively and I have great reaction time, good at playing offensively from the baseline and good with my footwork, average hitting down the line, but I'm an average volleyer at best and struggle sometimes against the serve-and-volley. My first serve percentage is shaky (usually around 35-40%) and my second serves are very consistent with lots of spin but fairly easy to attack (they're right around 60 mph), though I think a lot of my weaknesses could be fixed with some quality coaching (my coach never really taught me how to play, I did a lot of the research on how to play myself and I learned from hitting) and I'm a little inconsistent returning big serves. But I'm not sure if my defensive/spin reliant tactics would be very effective at the college level? I'd like some input before I go about having myself recruited. I'm personally looking into DII schools or DI schools with club programs so if I don't initially make a team I can get better and make it as a walk-on later on as a sophomore or something like that. I'm not really looking for a scholarship I just wanna play college tennis somewhere. I practice on a very regular basis (about 3-4 hours a day) so I'll be steadily improving. But like I said, some feedback would be nice =] thank you all for your time.