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2016 Top Mid-Major Men's Classes
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From a participation standpoint, tennis is one of the most popular college sports around. There are almost 2,500 programs across the country playing intercollegiate tennis at some level.

Today we take a look at the top college recruiting classes from outside the "Power 6" conferences - programs from conferences that do not get automatic bids to the new College Football Playoff.

Many mid-major schools compete at a high level on the court, as evident in the NCAA team and individual championships over the years. Two weeks ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma, four players from conferences outside the Power 6 - two from South Florida and one each from San Diego and Tulane - earned ITA All-America status for reaching the Round of 16 at the NCAA singles tournament. In the doubles tournament, David Biosca and Rogerio Ribeiro from ETSU upset the No. 1 team in the nation to advance to the Round of 8.

We could also talk about many the accomplishments and quality teams in Division II, Division III, NAIA, NJCAA, and CCC - teams that compete for national titles every year.

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