The 2020 Texas high school volleyball season is right around the corner, so here's the VYPE San Antonio Preseason Outside Hitter of the Year Poll to start getting you ready for it. Vote for the area's top athletes until Sunday July 19th at 7 p.m.
<a href="https://poll.fm/10579607">VYPE San Antonio Preseason Outside Hitter of the Year (Poll Closes Sunday, 7/19 at 7 pm)</a>
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College Park's Dylan Hazen is off to the ACC to face power programs Clemson, Florida State, Miami and the crew. He committed to Wake Forest this afternoon.
The linebacker/safety exploded onto the scene the past two seasons and posted some head-turning numbers are the exposure camps before COVID19.
"I loved the academic and the power 5 football that Wake Forest has to offer," he said. I was able to talk with some players at Wake Forest. Being able to talk with them and understand what Wake was truly about led me to believe that Wake Forest is the school that I want to play for at the next level."
The 6-foot-1 first-team, all-district selection hopes to bring some punch to coach Dave Clawson's defense.
Alexandra Tennon, George Ranch
George Ranch returns some serious talent off a team that went to the playoffs in 2019. The straw that stirs the drink is Alexandra Tennon, who was named the Setter MVP for District 23-6A. The senior is committed to Quinnipiac University.
Cody Jackson, Foster
Foster football is loaded. Alum CeeDee Lamb was drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft earlier this year by the Dallas Cowboys. Some saw Cody Jackson is another version of Lamb. He has committed to OU, where Lamb starred in college and he has the same explosiveness and size as well. Jackson could even be better and that's saying something.
Cassidy Drapela, Lamar Consolidated
Lamar Consolidated's Cassidy Drapela had a big sophomore season, helping lead the Mustangs to the second round of the postseason for the first time in 15 years. Drapela is an explosive outside hitter, who has verbally committed to HBU.
Skylar Voskuhl Fulshear
Skylar Voskuhl will be a key part of Fulshear's success in 2020. The 6-foot junior will play a larger role as she will be featured more in the offense. The honorable mention, all-district selection is the daughter of Jake Voskuhl, who starred at Strake Jesuit, UConn and then 10 years in the NBA.
Sam Miller, George Ranch
With another year under his belt, George Ranch QB1 Sam Miller has visions of getting the Longhorns a district title to cap off his senior season. The Ranch fell in the second round to Humble in 2019, but could be a sleeper in 2020 with several returners back in the huddle.
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