Sounds like its a done deal. The USTA in their desire to help a few elite homeschooled, academy, national training center kids, has screwed over hundreds of kids trying to get college scholarships. So what options do current juniors, sophomores, and freshmen have to compete and be seen against other high level players from other areas not in their designated region? The proposals only take care of a handful of elite kids. Many lower level five stars, almost all four stars, and every three star player now is shut out from any national exposure. I guess these kids are undeserving of college D1 exposure in the USTA s mind, since they are being left out. When foreign kids are awarded more scholarships, we have the USTA heads to thank. I hope another organization emerges in the next couple of years to fill this voud. Baseball, basketball, and many other sports have optios. Why is there a monopoly in tennis. USTA should be relegated to old hacker leagues as and foam ball baby leagues for what they did here to all these kids.