Posted On: 03/16/19 1:40 PM
It was eye-popping the amount of 2021 players that had standout seasons during the fall of 2018 in the state of Michigan. The sophomore class is full of talented outside hitters that are sure to land Division 1 commitments over the next few years. Here’s a look at the 10 players that have combined their prep season with impressive club performances.
- Mikayla Haut, SMCC/Michigan Elite: Haut is a complete player. She has the powerful attacks, the consistent passing, the steady block and the thunderous serve. She was First Team All-State for SMCC this fall and no plays a big role for Michigan Elite 16 Mizuno. A true star for years to come.
- Addie VanderWeide, Grand Rapids Christian/MVA: VanderWeide was part of a stacked Grand Rapids Christian team and still managed 528 kills in the fall to help lead the Eagles to a D2 state championship. VanderWeide now competes for MVA 17 National Black and is holding her own against some of the best in the country, who are a year up on her.
- Ashley Nordmann, Lansing Christian/Michigan Elite: Put up a tremendous 529 kills during the prep season while also amassing close to 450 digs. Nordmann