Colorado is no slouch when it comes to talent continuing to play at the NCAA Division 1 level. Here are some of the best players the Centennial State has a to offer. Paityn Chapman – State – Pos 6'2" |…
Colorado is no slouch when it comes to talent continuing to play at the NCAA Division 1 level. Here are some of the best players the Centennial State has a to offer.
As physical of an attacker as any in the country. The University of Tennessee commit is high flyer that can get kills from all over the floor. Leading the state in Kills and Kills per Set, this kid has some range. She has developed into a nice backcourt player that leaps out of the back row and kills balls on the Bic. Can’t wait to see what she can do at the next level.
Colorados top Libero prospect in 2024. The University of Florida commit is elite controlling the ball. Passes the ball with so much control and ease, is a wizard on defense and covers her attackers. She will be a walking highlight reel in college.
Addie is an athletic setter who has fast hands and feels out the floor well. Makes very deceptive decisions and reverses the flow of the ball to get her attackers in 1 on 1 situations. She will keep her talents in state at University of Northern Colorado.
Ava is an absolute menace blocking. Outside hitters fear her physicality blocking, while she makes giant swoop moves into opponent air space. Attacks the ball from the right pin with lots of range down the line and into sharp angels. She will take her talents into the Lone Star State at Texas Tech University.
Addi is a late bloomer who continues to get better. She has a high contact point with a big arm. She is a great blocker who floats laterally to close blocks and stuff balls. Addi will go to the University of Alabama next fall to continue her education and volleyball career.
A Diamond in the rough down on the western slope of Colorado. Teya is a dynamic jumper who continues to get better attacking and blocking. She is in the Top 3 in all attacking categories in 2A in the state. She will continue her career at Montana State next fall.