Posted On: 05/27/20 10:00 AM

A good middle hitter can open up an entire offense, or they can take over the offense themselves. Omaha has no shortage of players who fit this description, and many of them will be featured here. Whether they possess a powerful arm or a tall, imposing block, each of these players has traits that will serve them well for the remainder of their prep career and beyond.

Here’s the next installment in the Omaha spotlight series, featuring middle blockers!



Rylee Gray - 6’3 MB - Elkhorn South - Nebraska Elite 17-1 - Class of 2021 (Nebraska Commit)

Gray has been a big name around the Nebraska prep scene for several years now. The Cornhusker commit is one of the most natural and polished middles you’ll ever see at the high school level. Her slides behind the setter are deadly, as she has quick lateral movement and can elevate so effortlessly. Gray’s size at the net allows her to put up an incredibly imposing block. She has averaged well over 100 blocks per season at Elkhorn South to go along with her .416 career hitting percentage. A dynamic

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