2013 Tennis recruits
Top Men's Classes - 2013 Winter Rankings
The end of January is right at the midway point between the fall and spring signing periods. High school seniors across the country made formal commitments in November, and dozens more are making verbal commitments every week.
With more than 750 commitments in the books, this is a great time to take stock of how programs are doing. We invited our panel of voters - national tournament directors, members of the media, and other experts - to give us their take on the top recruiting classes in college tennis.
Today, January 21, 2013, the Tennis Recruiting Network takes a look at the top men's classes. We present the Winter Recruiting Class Rankings for the Class of 2013.
Tennis Recruiting has once again enlisted the aid of junior tennis experts from around the country to vote for the top classes. We list the panelists for this voting period below.
Each of our panelists submitted his/her take on the Top 25 recruiting classes. Schools received 25 points for each first-place vote, 24 points for each second-place vote, on down to 1 point for each 25th-place vote. The panelists did not consider incoming transfer students in their voting - and also did not consider players that started college in January.
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