Live Eye Look at Prep Dig Chi-Town Classic
We kicked off the morning wave with 17/18s, 16s and 13s. As we gear up for 15s and 14s I wanted to take note of some players that stood out to me in the 17/18s Division this morning. These are…
We kicked off the morning wave with 17/18s, 16s and 13s. As we gear up for 15s and 14s I wanted to take note of some players that stood out to me in the 17/18s Division this morning. These are some great new names found in Chicago this morning!
Piazza takes a big approach and a violent swing on top of the ball. She goes over most blocks but knows when to use finesse as well. Piazza has a high game IQ and finds a way to win.
Time and time again Brass proved to create a really solid first contact. She moves well and you can tell her teammates trust her to have their backs. Brass operates with confidence and her team feeds off of that.
Ahlstedt was taking a big swing from the front row and the backrow. She was not only connecting but she was terminating for really big points. Ahlstedt was a spark that would ignite her team with each swing she took.
Rogers had nice control and knew how to finish her swing high to nail the deep cross corner. She was an effective attacker in the high pressure situations.
Hill had really fast and smart reactions at the net. She’s got a long wingspan that hangs with the block a little longer and puts extra pressure on attackers trying to work around her.
Berberet takes a really nice swing just inside the block. She sees the block set up in front of her and keeps nice space to give herself plenty of shot options.
James is a dynamic player with a lot of athleticism. She is a 6 rotation outside that is terminal from anywhere on the court. James has a quick approach to the ball and explosive jump. She can take a fast swing and make the ball hit the floor before the defense sees it coming.