Dallas Top 250 Expo Players to Watch Vol 5
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We are one week away from our awesome series of showcases across the country. We will be holding our Dallas Top 250 Showcase on November 25th from 9:00-11:00am at the Southwest Athletic Center. We are going to be previewing some…
We are one week away from our awesome series of showcases across the country. We will be holding our Dallas Top 250 Showcase on November 25th from 9:00-11:00am at the Southwest Athletic Center. We are going to be previewing some of the players who have already signed up to participate. The one aspect that sets our showcases apart from every other one in the country is how we offer coverage, before, during, and after it is completed. Without further ado, here are a few players who you should be watching at the showcase.
San Antonio Magic Volleyball/Verbal: Uncommitted) 5-10 Outside/Middle (HS: St. Michael’s Catholic/Club:
Mia is currently an unranked prospect in the 2026 Class according to our Prep Dig Texas State Rankings. She plays volleyball at St. Michael’s Catholic Academy and also plays club for the San Antonio Magic volleyball program. Miss Kropewnicki has great court vision while playing on the court and tracks the ball very well when it is on the other side of the net. While playing out of the middle position, it is imperative that the middle blocker keep her head on a swivel and make sure that her feet can catch up to the set in order to block well. Mia does a great job of staying ready at the net in a great blocking form. You can tell she truly understands timing principles as she is very patient and waits for the hitter to jump first. This allows her to press over the net at the point that the hitter is contacting the ball. Her back row play is just as good as her offensive production at the net. She is the type of player that can excel at any position you put her in. This kind of versatility is exactly what college coaches are looking for. I am excited to see her in person at the Expo.
 5-8 Right Side/Setter (HS: Trinity/Club: Dallas Skyline/Verbal: Uncommitted)
Alisi is currently an unranked prospect in the 2025 Class according to our Prep Dig Texas State Rankings. She plays volleyball at Trinity High School and club for the Dallas Skyline volleyball program. Miss Fonua is a very bouncy baller who plays the game with a lot of fire. She is very intelligent with her attacks as she moves the ball around to open holes. I love how although she may be a smaller than most pins, she has an amazing hang time and vertical jump that allow her to be dangerous to any opponent. From what I can tell after a lot of research, she is the type of player that you want on your team due to her athleticism, overall skill-set, and desire to never give up on the ball. She can also step in and set when her team needs her to. I cannot wait to see how she fares against the top players who are committed to the event. I can see that she will bring her strong competitive spirit with her and am looking forward to having it rub off on all of the other athletes.
Slam Volleyball /Verbal: Uncommitted) 5-4 Libero (HS: Frisco/Club:
Kayla is currently an unranked prospect in the 2025 class according to our Prep Dig Texas State Rankings. She plays volleyball at Frisco High School and club for the Slam Volleyball program. Miss Green is a talented back row floor general who has a very high motor that is showcased every rally that she is on the court. We have seen her in person at a previous showcase we ran and she did a great job. I love that she has a relentless desire to pursue a ball and keep it from hitting the floor. When you watch her in the back row, you see her lower body is always in a ready to pounce position. There is never a time when she is not ready to make a move to the ball. This kind of anticipation will translate to some awesome saves for her squad. She has no fear of hitting the floor and keeps her platform extremely still during contact. Showcasing a natural touch on the ball tells me that she was born to play the libero position. But I absolutely love that as talented as she is with her arms passing the ball, she is equally as talented in using her hands to pass overhead balls as well. I think she is going to turn some heads at this Expo and am looking forward to watching her in person once again.
Stay tuned for more articles on your favorite athletes that will be attending the showcase. If you have anyone you think we should watch out for, please shoot me an email with some info at Michael@prepdig.com. Also don’t forget to help these kids get more exposure by sharing our stories with your friends. Help us help them by simply retweeting on Twitter or sharing on Facebook. Thanks for following Prep Dig Family!