Charli Atiemo

Posted On: 08/15/20 4:11 PM

It was a scary 24 hours for prep sports in Michigan, but it appears volleyball remains on track for a fall season.

That means the breakdown of top players continues.

We move to the middle hitter position, where Division 1 is stacked with outstanding talent.

Here’s some of the best of the best at the position in D1.

Charli Atiemo, Sr. Mercy

Atiemo was one of the most improved players in the 2019 season. She was dominant in the middle while helping the Marlins claim their first state championship. Atiemo had over 400 kills while hitting .500 on the season. That put her on the First Team All-State list. She also approached 100 blocks on the year. Atiemo has the athleticism and footwork that is hard for any team to deal.

Ainsley Guse Ainsley Guse 6'3" | MB Rochester Stoney Creek | 2021 State MI , Sr. Stoney Creek

Guse was Second Team All-State in 2019 thanks to dominant play on both sides of the net. She put down 432 kills while hitting .391 for Stoney Creek. The Kent State commit added 144 blocks, giving her over 300 for her prep career already. She is sure to be a focal point for the Cougars in 2020 and keep Stoney Creek among

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