Photo: Ed McReynolds

Posted On: 06/18/20 9:31 PM

A shout out to Chris Fitzgerald for this awesome article idea. A hypothetical scenario, but a fun one. What if Oregon were to put its best-rising seniors together, to create a powerhouse 17U team? Here are my nine picks for an 17U All-Star team. 

Did I mention all of them are uncommitted? College coaches, have at it! 

Outside Hitter: Emily WarmenhovenEmilyWarmenhoven5'10" | OHWest Linn | 2022StateOR, 5’10”, OH, West Linn High School, Oregon Juniors Volleyball Academy

Warmenhoven came back her sophomore season with a vengeance, being the only sophomore returner, helping the Lions finish fifth in 6A State tournament this past season. She was awarded Three Rivers Second Team All-League for her play. With an insanely quick arm swing, she utilizes this power as a dominant hitter in both the front and back row, and is a steady defender making her a standout six rotation player. Last season she played for Oregon Juniors Volleyball Academy on their 16-1 National team.

Outside Hitter: Ashli EdmistonAshliEdmiston5'8" | OHWilsonville | 2022StateOR, 5’8", OH, Wilsonville High School, Athena Volleyball Academy

Edmiston had a strong sophomore season, helping the Wilsonville Wildcats finish

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