This is my first post. I apologize for this coming after so many posts about trying to find a good fit for college tennis, but I need specific input for my case. I have searched other posts on this board, read other background info, and looked at collegeboard.com. I don't have anyone I can talk to who is really knowledgeable, let alone has firsthand experience, about tennis and college. I'm trying to take responsibility for myself, but I'm feeling mighty overwhelmed with the process. I am a high school junior (male), a TennisRecruiting.net 2-star, have a 3.8 GPA taking AP classes, have average SAT scores on the traditional math and critical reading sections that the colleges pay attention to (darn...but I crush the new writing section that many colleges don't care about), and am a liberal arts type of guy. I have some good extracurricular activities and I work part-time. We'll be able to afford about $20,000 a year in expenses. As for my residency, I'll be in Virginia for my senior year of high school (it's a long story). I know my SAT scores and financial limitations will eliminate me from a lot of schools, but I want to explore as many options as possible. I will send letters to coaches and make a video in the next two months. I want to play college tennis at the highest level that I can. I am a good student, but not a great student. As for social fit, I'll admit that I'm kinda shy, so a structured environment might be better for me, but I don't know if I'm the type where, except for the tennis team, everyone knows everyone's business. But who knows? I've read enough to know that I've got to pick a school that I'm happy with regardless of tennis (e.g., I could get injured). Anyway, I've got a lot to figure out. Based on the info I've provided above, I would appreciate recommendations and ideas about what colleges I should think about. Thanks.