Posted On: 01/11/21 8:57 AM

I had the amazing opportunity to be in attendance at the Early Bird Shootout, and specifically at the four main courts covering the best of the best all day yesterday at Capitol Sports Center, the home of Circle City VBC. There was a ton of talent, far too much for me to list them all in one article. But there were a few that showed improvement from (1) the last time I saw them play in the fall, and (2) as the tournament progressed. I wanted to feature all classes, but that’s just too much for this medium. Here’s the nine players that made the biggest strides yesterday.

’23, Mya AyroMyaAyro5'11" | MBGreenwood | 2023StateIN, OH, Academy 16 Yeti

The last time I saw Mya, she was a middle on a team that couldn’t pass with an inexperienced setter that couldn’t set her where she needed the ball. Not only has Mya completely changed positions, but her mentality as well---something I couldn’t say while watching her play frustrated back in October. To know that in her first tournament playing on the pin, she was positive, put balls away, blocked a few more, and show positive progress all day shows that she’s more than

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