School: Clovis West
Record: 24-0 singles; 9-1 doubles
He's qualified because: He captured the Tri-River Athletic Conference singles title but withdrew from the Central Section individual tourney because of a prior commitment.
Team's co-MVP helped lead Golden Eagles to the Division I title, scoring crucial points in singles and doubles during a 6-3 win over Liberty in the final.
"He has a monster career ahead of him," Clovis West coach Bryan Juinio said.
"He has a chance to leave a lasting legacy as the school's, league's and section's best player in boys tennis history."