Posted On: 11/27/20 9:53 PM

  Young players are so exciting to watch because of their eagerness to learn, play and fit in.  These ten athletes make you forget they are years younger than their peers.  This season the class of 2024 was well represented and we can’t wait to see more.

- Mounds View:  The 6’ middle showed she was ready take on the competition this year in a bigger role; she did not disappoint.  Kocon finished the year with an incredible 165 kills and hitting efficiency of 0.258.  This speaks to her skill, court sense and raw talent.  They also used her in the back row serving (20 aces for the year) and defense (125 digs.)

Madison BurrMadisonBurr6'1" | MHCannon Falls | 2024StateMN - Cannon Falls: The freshman brought size and power to the front row.  At 6’1’’ she helped the Bombers match up with some of the biggest teams in their conference.  She had a season high 17 kills in their five-set win against Bryon.  In that match she had to take on some of the responsibility of slowing down Sacia VanderpoolSaciaVanderpool6'4" | MHByron | 2021StateMN (2022, 6’4’’ MH.)  She ended the season with an impressive 0.232 kill percentage. 

Kyla AlstromKylaAlstrom5'5" | DSPrior Lake | 2024StateMN

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