2022 All-USA TODAY High School Sports Awards Boys Tennis – USA TODAY

The USA TODAY High School Sports Awards is pleased to announce the 2021-22 All-USA TODAY HSSA Boys Tennis Team, sponsored by Wilson.
These 24 standouts will be honored as nominees for national Boys Tennis Player of the Year. The winner, along with three finalists, will be revealed July 31 during an on-demand broadcast, which this year will feature top athletes in 29 boys and girls sports awards categories as well as special honors like Special Olympics Athlete of the Year, Rising Star and Play of the Year. 
All national nominees must register to provide show information and receive important updates regarding the show. To register, click on the “REGISTER” button on the event website.
And the nominees are …
2021-22 All-USA TODAY HSSA Boys Tennis, sponsored by Wilson: 
Graeme Angus, Beaufort Middle/High School (South Carolina) — 8TH
Conrad Brown, University High School (California) — SR
Evan Burnett, Menlo School (California) — SO
Dylan Chang, True North Academy (Florida) — JR
Sanjeev Chundu, Clark High School (Nevada) — SO
Corey Craig, Monarch High School (Florida) — SR
Noey Do, Kempner High School (Texas) — FR
Matthew Fullerton, Edina High School (Minnesota) — JR
Vignesh Gogineni, Mason High School (Ohio) — SR
Caden Hasler, American Fork High School (Utah) — JR
Drew Hedgecoe, Terry Sanford High School (North Carolina) — FR
Noah Johnston, Wren High School (South Carolina) — 8TH
Oliver Narbut, East Chapel Hill High School (North Carolina) — FR
Andy Nguyen, Millikan High School (California) — JR
Mert Oral, Ann Arbor Greenhills School (Michigan) — SR
Hardy Owen, Brighton High School (Utah) — SR
Nicholas Patrick, Alleman Catholic High School (Illinois) — FR
Zachary Pellouchoud, Canyon Crest Academy (California) — SR
Masato Perera, San Marcos High School (California) — SR
Roman Sancilio, Trinity Episcopal School (Virginia) — FR
Will Semler, Lincoln High School (Oregon) — SO
Matthew Staton, Colgan High School (Virginia) — SO
Eli Stephenson, Saint Xavier High School (Kentucky) — JR
Cyrus Zia, St. Albans School (Washington, D.C.) — FR


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