Rachel Snead


Columbia, MD
Headshot
Grad:2017
HT:5'10
WT:135 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/22/2015MD Elite Team Video Play in this window
11/20/2015Maryland Elite Team  
11/12/2015Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Tryout  
10/31/2015Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Clinic  
12/18/2014Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship Play in this window
11/08/2014Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Tryout  
11/02/2014National Tryout - Baltimore, MD  
10/25/2014Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Clinic  
08/01/2014National Tryout - Philadelphia, PA  
 
Rachel Snead Columbia, MD info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2017Height:5'10Weight: 135 LBS
Position Hand: Right   
High School:Oakland Mills High School Club Team:Columbia Volleyball Club
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 93'' Block Touch: 106'' Approach Touch: 109'' Short Shuttle Run: 0.00

Technical Assessment

Serve: 5 Serve Receive: 6 Attack: 6 Block: 5 Dig: 5 Setting: 4

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Float
  • Movement
  • Arm Swing
  • Penetration
  • Posture
  • Hands
  • Location
Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
12/18/2014 - Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship - Rachel is continuing to work on building the foundation she that already has as an all around player. She showed balance in all skills with the ability to continue to grow and work to elevate skill. I would like to see her continue working on increasing the power on attack and seeing the block to be able to hit around it or to effectively tool. Rachel showed the ability to make adjustments quickly and take instruction well. At the next level, Rachel will be a great canvas for her coaching staff because she is very athletic and a quick learner. She is still working on technical details on her pass, but her efforts give a quality result and she finds the target. She is still learning to play front and back row efficiently, but is highly capable of improving the details of her skills as she trains. If she can continue to work on the small technical details of each skill, she will be a nice contributor to the right team. She has a great amount of potential and is willing to learn. I would like to see her compete and train at high level in order to see how fast she can make corrections and how easily she could get to the next level of play for her position.