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Old 01-19-2012, 02:24 PM   #57
justinmadison
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D1 tennis at the top schools and conferences, just like basketball baseball and football are for Bluechips and 5 stars. If the kid is good enough he won't have any problems. If he's relying in a legacy, good luck to him.

There are 263 NCAA DI men’s tennis programs. If they average 3 new players each year there are 789 spots. There are 25 blue-chip and 50 5 star players. That sounds pretty bleak for American tennis.

I guess if you count the top 25 programs that works out to 75 spots. If you go top 75 programs it would be 1 American and 2 foreign players for each school.

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