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Old 05-29-2012, 05:08 PM   #35
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I agree, in recruiting it is quality over quantity, so keep in mind florida kids with the right sat get free tuition at florida, that goes a long way with 4.5 scholarships. Now let's do some research, let's take a look at the top 3 kids to come out of florida and virginia over the last 3 years:

Just went from tennisrecruiting, give a decent outlook:

2007

Florida

Arsenov 1 (turned pro)
Bowles 3
Dadamo 4
Carleton 7

Virginia

Wirth 113
Edwards 163
Parrish 178

(17 florida kids before you hit the first virginia kid, funny)

2008

Florida

Spencer 4
Trombetta 5 (turned pro)
Boyajin 8
Chin 13

Virginia

Courtney 11
Pine 95
Pine 96

2009

Florida

Van Overbeek 6
Bangoura 7
Carleton 9

Virginia

Balaji 31
Parker 49
Mcmillen 228

2010

Florida

Alford 7
King 17
Butz 21

Virginia

Shane 22
Davis 84
Zhang 98

2011

Florida

Novikov 2
Newman 3
Efferding 9

Virginia

Luu 53
Nguyen 59
Koontz 63
FYI for some reason Frank wasn't on there

Now I'll admit I'm a Florida fan but come on, those numbers don't lie. Every year Florida produces atleast 1 if not more top 10 kids, Virginia almost never does with Frank being the exception. I'm guessing if you do the same for Ohio and Tucker it's similar outside of Chase. Then look at Pepperdine and put in perspective they have no in state and cost 50k and to me it's still a no brainer for Boland, Tucker, and Steinberg.
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