http://justdroptheball.blogspot.com/2014/12/10-american-teenagers-to-watch-in-2015.html2014 Highlights: The outspoken 17 year old who trained with the USTA the last couple of years, played a mixture of juniors and futures events in North America. His junior matches against top players were competitive, but several times he found himself in the loss column from match points up. Paul won the 2014 USTA Boys' 18s National Clay Court Championships over training mate Reilly Opelka, the same tournament he won a year ago in the 16s division. In the pro circuit, the 2013 Kalamazoo Boys 16s Champion made four trips to the futures quarterfinals and had one appearance in the semifinals of Niceville, FL.
If he keeps winning, he has to reconsider his decision to go to college. I'd be nervous if I were a GA fan.Clay is his favorite surface and a chance to play Jr. RG is priceless. Ranking points are great but as long as he plans to play college tennis, they are going to be wasted.
Donaldson is still eligible as well, although I'm not sure if he'll play. Then you have Blumberg, Ponwith, Riffice, Rybakov, and Blanch. Wiersholm from UVA could play as well, as could Dennis Uspensky, who's committed to Wake Forest. Loaded field.Kalamazoo should be really interesting this year with all of these guys putting up good results. Paul, Fritz, Mmoh, Opelka, then there's Tiafoe and Kozlov as well.