Posted On: 07/17/21 3:04 PM

It will be a quick turnaround for young volleyball players in the state of Texas. Shortly after one month from the conclusion of the club season, these prospects will be back on the courts again representing their high schools.

It will be exciting to see some well-known names establishing themselves even more in the Lone Star state volleyball scene and some new faces breaking through and quickly emerging to earn the spaces.

Between now and the start of the high school season, at the beginning of August, we’ll highlight some players we believe are worth your attention when teams get back on the gym. This is our first article addressing the University Interscholastic League (UIL) 2A Division and we’ll start with the setters.

 

Lexi Moody – Crawford – 2022

Lexi Moody is already a well-known name when it comes to high school setters in the state of Texas as she’s been doing history at Crawford over the last few years. The 5’8” prospect had some of the greatest hands in the entire state, having registered north on 1,000 assists in each of her three season and broken the school’s single-season assists record in 2019 with impressive 1,641. Moody does

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