Tennis Recruiting.net National Showcase Series
The North Georgia JR Open is a proud to be a part of the
Tennis Recruiting.net National Showcase Series. Tournaments in the National
Showcase Series are USTA sanctioned junior tournaments open to players from all
sections. These tournaments are designed to give a broad range of players the
chance to compete outside their districts and sections - and these tournaments
will count towards Tennis Recruiting rankings !! Players who compete in these
tournaments and win at least one match will become NATIONAL PLAYERS for their
Tennis Recruiting rankings.
Tennis Recruiting Network – also known as TennisRecruiting.net – is the premier
website for junior tennis. There is something for everyone – junior players,
their parents, college coaches, and fans.
* Weekly rankings by graduation year show how recruits stack up
against each other.
• Players can market themselves to college coaches by updating their
player profiles – completely free of charge.
• Coaches can add players to their “watch lists” and receive email updates
about recruit activity.
• With extensive information about tens of thousands of recruits – and
articles from recruiting experts and former coaches – there is something for
everyone at TennisRecruiting.net. Click "more info" to go to the TennisRecruiting.net website.
• Photographers from TennisRecruiting.net will be in
attendance taking action photos on Saturday and Sunday at Rome Floyd Tennis Center. .............................
Why You Should Play TennisRecruiting.net Showcase Tournaments
* According to USTA, every season more than 20,000 players compete on
intercollegiate teams. Each year more
than 5,000 new recruits are needed to fill college tennis rosters.
* The Tennis Recruiting Network (TRN) understands college
tennis. Players may submit
biographical data and college preferences to complete their profile. College coaches combine this information with
TRN’s unique “_ Star” and “Blue Chip” designations and TRN Recruiting lists to
locate potential recruits.
* TRN’s ordered college recruiting lists are based on
graduation year, rather than two-year groupings based on birth date.
* TRN’s rankings incorporate a quality of opponent component
that makes them more predictive of a player’s current skill level than does a
pure point acquisition system.
* It is never too soon to think about college, but it can be
TOO LATE. So, the sooner you get started,
the greater the chance that you won’t be overlooked by the college of your
This tournament gives Georgia Level 4 Points, Southern Level 5
points, and no USTA National Points.
CHAMPIONSHIP-Open to all players regardless of
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LATE ENTRANTS - USTA Georgia will allow late entrants to be accepted into all USTA GA tournaments, Levels 1-5, in the event that the draw is not full, provided that such late entrants do not affect the seeding and further provided that late entrants do not prevent timely entrants to be accepted into the draw under any circumstances. Accepting late entrants is at the discretion of the Tournament Committee. Seeds must be posted by 12 noon following close of registration. Once draws are posted, the tournament is closed and can no longer accept late entries.
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Monday, May 19, 2014 11:59:00 PM Eastern Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 700030414 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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