Taylor Hardison

OH
Hobbs, NM
Headshot
Grad:2017
HT:5'9
WT:135 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/15/2016Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship Play in this window
06/10/2016College PREP - Houston, TX Play in this window
Taylor Hardison Hobbs, NM info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2017Height:5'9Weight: 135 LBS
Position OH Hand: Right   
High School:Hobbs High School Club Team:Rockhill Blast
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 88'' Block Touch: 111'' Approach Touch: 118'' Short Shuttle Run: 5.00

Technical Assessment

Serve: 6 Serve Receive: 6 Attack: 6 Block: 6 Dig: 5 Setting: N/A

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Float
  • (CT) Jump Float
        • Movement
          Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
          12/15/2016 - Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship - Taylor is a 2017 Outside. She had good speed and consistency on her serve with a good location while serving zones. During defense and passing, she had good ball control with a solid platform creating a settable ball, while working to gain more ground laterally it will allow her to become a big threat in the back court. Taylor makes a fluid movement from serve receive and transitioning to the outside with a good backswing and creating a high touch on the ball making it easy for her to work around the block. We are excited to see how Taylor does next year at the collegiate level!
          06/10/2016 - College PREP - Houston, TX - Taylor is a 2017 Outside Hitter. Taylor has an aggressive float serve that stays low and over the net making it tough for passers to get a quality pass. With her offense she puts up a big swing with an aggressive approach being able to hit the back corner of the court, creating her contact point higher than most blocks making it easy for her to score points and also being able to run multiple plays because of her versatility as an outside hitter. In the back court she was constantly improving on her passing and defense making quick adjustments and being able to get her platform out early. We are excited to see which collegiate program Taylor chooses in the next year.