Posted On: 06/26/20 3:18 PM

Here are five 2021 middles that competed well for their respective teams in 2019 and are poised for a breakout season this fall. With improved skills and stock rising potential, each brings something to the floor that should provide a big impact, whether it be their offense, blocking, or versatility to swing through a variety of attack points. They are all worth a good look this fall.

Chessa DevineChessaDevine6'1" | MHNew Prague | 2021StateMN - 6’2 | New Prague
Devine was a very active part of New Prague’s effort in 2019. She continues to develop all of her game, which should increase her productivity and effectiveness this fall. She has good transition awareness getting off the net and when on time and with good spacing she can swing aggressively while also utilizing off speed placement when available or needed. At this point she may be a better blocker than attacker although these areas have both improved for her. She is patient with good vision that helps her close the block well and she uses her length well to fill up space in the air. 

Madelyn GregoryMadelynGregory5'11" | OHWillmar | 2021StateMN - 5’11 | Willmar
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