Kayla Johnson

Atlanta, GA
WT:160 LBS
07/20/2017Volleyball Factory Lone Star Select Training Play in this window
01/27/2017National Tryout - Suwanee, GA  
Kayla Johnson Atlanta, GA info@factoryathletics.com 800-641-4487
Grad Year:2020Height:5'9Weight: 160 LBS
Position OH Hand:    
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 89'' Block Touch: 105'' Approach Touch: 111'' Short Shuttle Run: 5.31

Technical Assessment

Serve: 5 Serve Receive: 5 Attack: 4 Block: 3 Dig: 4 Setting: N/A

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Float
  • (CT) Jump Float
  • Toss
  • Contact
  • Posture
  • Movement
  • Approach
  • Timing
  • Contact & Follow Through
  • Timing
  • Position Specific Footwork
  • Movement
  • Contact
    Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
    07/20/2017 - Volleyball Factory Lone Star Select Training - Kayla Johnson is a 2020 outside hitter. We couldn't be happier to have Kayla in the Volleyball Factory training programs. At the Factory we want players that are hard working and dedicated in improving their game and taking it to the next level - and Kayla is just that. She showed improvement and really worked over the four days at the Lone Star Select Training sessions. As an attacker she jumps well and has a high contact on her swing. She is continuing to work on her approach and with that will come her timing hitting consistency. As a defender and passer she sees the game well. She does a good job of staying low and angling her platform to the target. To become a more consistent passer she needs to continue to work on beating the ball to the location by being in a ready position on the balls of her feet and reacting quickly to the ball. She is also continuing to work on digging balls high and to the center of the court so that her setter can step in and take the second ball with ease. From the end line she has a standing float and jump float serves. When she uses the right footwork and contacts the ball with a flat firm hand she really has an effective serve. With continued practice and reps the skill should become a strong server. As Kayla enters her sophomore year of high school we are excited to see her continue to work toward her goal of playing in college. We know that with continued coaching, reps and time she will develop into a stronger volleyball player.