Posted On: 04/9/20 9:08 AM

The Class of 2023 is a promising one in the state of Michigan.

When it comes to the middle, there is a lot of potential for breakout stars in this class. Each has a lot of room to grow and should only get better from here.

Let’s take a look at five middles that have shown they already are playing a step above.

Aubreigh Oswald Aubreigh Oswald 6'0" | MB Lowell | 2023 State MI , Lowell/FaR Out

As if Lowell didn’t have enough hitting, the Red Arrows found a real Class of 2023 gem in the middle in Oswald. The 6’1” talent can also play OPP right now, but is finding her groove at the middle of the net. She started to really turn things up toward the end of the season and is set to be a big contributor in the 2020 prep season for the Red Arrows. This club season, Oswald has been getting stronger and making a lot of progress as a dominant middle.

Abby Reck, Northville/Legacy

Reck is a 6’1” middle that Northville has to be excited about for their future. Reck has made some big improvements over the club season while playing with Legacy 15-1 Adidas, the nation’s top-ranked 15’s team. She sees

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