Huskers sign volleyball class

LINCOLN, Neb. (COLLEN) – The Nebraska volleyball program announced its top recruiting class in terms of eligibility PrepVolleyball.com on the day of signing the national letter of intent on Wednesday.

Head coach John Cook and the Huskers secured the signing of five prospects, all ranked in the top 13 nationally. PrepVolleyball.com

The 2023 signing class includes outside hitter Harper Murray (No. 2 overall), setter Bergen Reilly (No. 4 overall), libero Laney Choboy (No. 5 overall), opposite hitter Caroline Jurevicius (No. 7) and middle blocker Andy . Jackson (number 13).

Led by Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Jaylen ReyesNow, in the last three years, the cows have signed the number 1 rank twice, and last year they won the second rank.

“The class of 2023 is a special class,” Cook said. “We fill our needs in every position and they all have very high international experience representing the US. The relationships they have formed on these teams have been deep, and they all plan to start school in January. All five of them are also exceptional students. We are inspired by being around them because they have big goals and they “dream big”. This group of athletes is very competitive, fun to watch and they raise the bar for our gym. I want to say thank you Kelly Hunter and Jaylen Reyes for their hard work in this class, along with everyone in Nebraska who works with our program. That’s why we say, ‘There’s no place like Nebraska!'”

All five signees will enroll at Nebraska in January, and all five have been selected to play in the 2022 Under Armor All-America Game. The signing class already has experience playing against each other and with the current Huskers. Choboy, Jackson, Murray and Reilly all played on the U.S. girls’ under-19 team that won gold this summer at the Pan American Cup in Tulsa, Okla. Reilly was the tournament’s MVP and MVP, while Murray was the MVP. and Choboy were the best. Receiver. Nebraska freshman Maggie Mendelsohn was also in the team, giving the Huskers five of the 13 roster spots. In 2021 Choboy, Jurevicius, Murray and Reilly joined Mendelssohn and Becca Allick on the U.S. girls’ under-18 team that won the bronze medal at the FIVB World Championships in Mexico.

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