Posted On: 05/22/20 12:41 PM

Northern Michigan can get overlooked for its volleyball talent. Smaller areas don’t necessarily equate to lesser talent.

The upper portions of the state have been making strides in volleyball development like the rest of the state, and we have seen a lot of promise from their top talent over the last 12 months. Here’s some Class of 2021-23 players that have made a name for themselves in Northern Michigan.

Macy BrownMacyBrown5'10" | OHCadillac | 2021StateMI, OH Cadillac/FaR Out (2021)

Brown had a dominant 2019 prep season, recording over 800 kills while hitting nearly .350 for the Vikings. Brown was a First Team All-State selection in Division 2 and helped Cadillac reach the regional finals. She played up in age at FaR Out during the club season and is likely to be one of the most impactful hitters during the 2020 prep season.

Mia Osorio, L/DS Leland (2021)

Osorio has been the reliable presence in the back row for the Division 4 power and has earned All-State honors in 2018 and 2019. Osorio has great footwork and vision to keep her team in-system. The Class of 2021 defender is sure to have a veteran Leland squad ready to make another run at the

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