Posted On: 10/18/17 8:33 PM

When you watch Superior 6’3 sophomore & Husker commit Kalynn Meyer play volleyball, you kind of nod your head and think, “yep, she’s big time.”

Whispers about some super freak athlete down in Superior with unlimited volleyball potential started about 18 months ago. They grew louder and louder with every passing month and it the crescendo has not stopped.

Meyer gave her commitment to play volleyball at Nebraska earlier this week despite having the option to play Division I basketball or compete at the Division I level in track & field.

“I’ve always imagined myself being a Husker,” Meyer said.

As to why she chose volleyball over the other sports she’s a standout in, it was a pretty simple explanation.

“I feel like I can succeed more (in volleyball),” she said.

The scary thing when you watch Meyer play is imaging what she will become over the next few years. She has the big frame with long arms and will only get stronger and stronger. She has surprisingly soft hands on the court and her defense is pretty good for Class C-2. But, you can tell she hasn’t had any major club volleyball experience to help refine her game and

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