UTC Tennis Signs Four Star Prospect Jada Young To NLI

Thursday, November 12, 2020

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's tennis head coach Chad Camper announced the signing of Jada Young to a National Letter of Intent today.  Young is a four-star prep prospect, according to TennisRecruiting.net, from Alpharetta, Ga.

Young is a senior at Cambridge High School where she has gone undefeated in prep play each of the last two seasons.  She is listed as the No.

14 player in the highly-competitive state of Georgia by TennisRecruiting.net.  She is also in the top-60 in the Southeast and the top-200 nationally.

"Jada will bring a lot to the program," stated Camper. "She has a game perfect for college tennis. She will bring great chemistry to the team and has a great future ahead." 

Hailing from an athletic family, Young's older sister, Jessie, is currently in her second season with he Mocs.  Both her parents, Brent and Ellen, were college athletes at Georgia State.  Brent played golf, while Ellen was on the Panthers' tennis team.  She also has a younger brother, Jake, who also plays tennis.

Young plans to major in Exercise Science, and is a member of the FCA. 


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