top 10 recruiting list for 2011 class - ur thoughts!

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  1. matchplay

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    1-ucla
    2-usc
    3-uva
    4-stanford
    4-vandy
    6-oklahoma
    7-geogia
    8-tcu
    9-duke
    10-washington

    also like ucsb,clemson,harvard,cornell,

    not sure depth of recruiting class is as important as some of the panal believes
     
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  2. duusoo

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    Texas A&M should be in your top 5
     
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  3. matchplay

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    could be right, certainly top 10
     
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  4. Fedace

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    Matchplay,, Stanford really didn't do too well. Only got 1 player with questionable reseme. Stineman may become a great player but right now, he won't even make the top 6 on the lineup.
     
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  5. andfor

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    No Sarcasm

    And with that everyone, look to Stineman to surprise everyone and play #1 next year! Congratulations Stineman on Feddie's prediction for you. He's been dead wrong to the complete opposite on so many predictions you'll do great at Stanford! We all here now have big expectations for your tennis career. Best of luck to you.
     
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  6. dallasoliver

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    Texas A&M did not make the TRN recruiting class rankings because they have not reported any commitments for next fall. Withrow et al are now enrolled - our rankings are for players entering in Fall 2011.

    Best,
    Dallas
     
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  7. dallasoliver

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    Without getting into specifics, my methodology places significant value on the top two recruits. Teams usually play 6-8 in a college tennis match, and injury/attrition is certainly an issue. I can recall a number of teams that have had powerful punch at or near the top of their lineups - but consistently dropped matches at #4 or #5.

    - Dallas
     
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  8. db379

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    Stineman has a pretty good record: 57-8 overall, including 10-6 against blue chips! http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=81

    He's probably the best recruit since Klahn.
     
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  9. db379

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    Dallas,

    Can you tell us what you think about Stineman who is going to Stanford next year? Do you think he's a top guy?

    Thanks for your comments/insight.
     
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