His biggest attribute is his serve. It will help him out early on as a pro. I watched him play my guy Jubb twice this year. Jubb is superior off the ground but Nuno gets two free points per service game with either aces or just big unreturnable serves. He also plays well under pressure. In their first match up Jubb had him down 5-4 30-0 in the third if I remember correctly and he hit an ace and another that was basically an ace then went on to win the game and the match. He's good but I wouldn't say too good for college. We'll have to see how the individual tournament goes. He's certainly earned his top 5 spot.Nuno Borges is too good for college tennis. I greatly appreciate and respect his decision to graduate from Mississippi State and then turn pro. He was also named the SEC Scholar-Athlete for the second year in a row. What a great athlete and role model for future generations.