Ravyn Richardson

OH
Ellicott City, MD
Commitment: Hampton University
Headshot
Grad:2014
HT:6'0
WT:150 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/27/2013Under Armour Volleyball Factory Select Training & Competition  
11/03/2013College PREP - Baltimore, MD Play in this window
Ravyn Richardson Ellicott City, MD info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2014Height:6'0Weight: 150 LBS
Position OH Hand: Right   
High School:Mount Hebron Club Team:Baltimore Elite
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 95'' Block Touch: 118'' Approach Touch: 119'' Short Shuttle Run: 7.65

Technical Assessment

Serve: 7 Serve Receive: 7 Attack: 7 Block: 7 Dig: 7 Setting: 5

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Jump Top Spin
    • Arm Swing
    • Timing
    • Penetration
        Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
        12/27/2013 - Under Armour Volleyball Factory Select Training & Competition - Ravyn displayed great overall athleticism. She has all the physical tools to be a great player and the ability to retain and process information quickly. Showed a faulty arm swing at the start but made the proper adjustments and could hit the ball using clean technique almost immediately. This adjustment elevated her game and her ability to score at a higher clip. She showed great blocking penetration over the net and big hands that took up large amounts of space. Defensively played middle back and began to really understand how to read hitters and become a good attacker from the back row. She will continue to grow as a player at the next level and will be a valuable asset to the right program.
        11/03/2013 - College PREP - Baltimore, MD - Ravyn is a very athletic Outside Hitter with sound technical skills. She plays strong above the net. Her elbow has a tendency to drag on her attack arm swing. Would like to see her work on adjusting her elbow to maximize touch ability. Increased development on her court skills will allow for her to be a 6 rotation player at the next level. An above the net player, Ravyn will be a solid addition for many college programs.