Posted On: 07/23/21 4:25 PM

Promising volleyball players have been standing out all over the state of Washington. From North to South, and East to West, talent abounds in the Evergreen State with young prospects consistently climbing the volleyball ladder in different areas of the state.

With that in mind, we’re starting a series that will highlight some of the most promising Washington players according to their positions, classes and regions. Now it’s time we present three middle blockers from the class of 2024 from the Seattle area who started their high school careers well.

 

Logan Remington – HS: Mercer Island – Club: Sudden Impact

We start our list with Logan Remington, a 6’2” middle blocker who plays for her high school team Mercer Island and also for one of the top clubs in the state, Sudden Impact. Her size is the first thing to stand out (rightfully!) but there’s a lot more to her game than just that. Remington is still a work in progress, just like any other class of 2024 prospect anywhere in the country, but she’s picking up fast and improving really quick. Right now, she offers a big block that puts opponents in trouble and an offensive game that

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