Posted On: 04/23/20 1:09 PM

When you look at the landscape of club and school volleyball, the largest age group is by far the fourteens age group consisting of middle school players.  It is the driving force behind the juggernaut that is club volleyball.  This is when players truly develop their love of the game.  Then something happens.  Players get tested once they jump into the 15’s or freshman age group. The numbers start to dwindle a little due to some not making their high school teams during their freshman tryouts. The 15’s year is a very crucial year that makes or breaks athletes.  Players grow over the summer both in height and in skill.  It gets VERY competitive and some don’t know how to handle the competition.  This article is about the 2023 class and I’d like to highlight the freshmen who are playing like varsity players already.  This class is LOADED with talent.  I’m going to start with a club who is no stranger to the scene.

Central Texas volleyball club Alamo Volleyball Association is no stranger to talent.  However, the Alamo 15s age group is loaded with talent.  They have a few teams who have it all.  Most 15’s teams across the country have

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