Originally Posted by TopDawg
Robert Farah #246: USC Trojan won his first tour level matches this week beating former Tulsa Hurricane Arnau Brugues and world # 38 Pablo Andujar in Barcelona
Daniel Kosakowski #315: UCLA Bruin has won 1 final and made 3 QF this year in futures. Beat Steve Johnson last June to win Sacramento Future. Last year won a main draw match in Los Angeles Classic.
JP Smith #349: Tennessee Vol has won 1 future made 2 finals and made 2 Challenger QFs.
Rhyne Williams #365: Tennessee Vol plays Ryan Sweeting tomorrow in QF at Savannah Challenger. Qualified for Indian Wells and lost 6-4 in the 3rd to #86 ranked Frederico Gil.
Blake Strode #384: Arkansas Razorback plays Peter Polansky tomorrow in QF at Savannah Challenger. Won 2 Futures in last year.
Tennys Sandgren #404: Tennessee Vol has won 4 futures in the last 9 months including one last week. Will be around 360 next week
Sanam Singh #446: Virginia Cav won back to back to back futures in India recently.
Amazing that Tennessee had 3 players in the current top 400 and couldn't make it past the quarterfinals last year. Feel free to add to the list for other players that you remember that went pro in the last 2 years or so.
I really like Williams and Kosakowski
Kosakowski especially, I watched a good bit of youtube videos of him practicing with older pros, I really like his singles game. Williams can hit winners of both wings, and has a heavy and accurate game. One of these guys will get close to 100 within the next 2 years, if not break that.
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