Rebecca Cargile

Henderson, NV
WT:116 LBS
12/27/2015Volleyball Factory Winter Training in Colorado Springs Play in this window
12/17/2015Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship Play in this window
05/29/2015College PREP - Las Vegas, NV Play in this window
Rebecca Cargile Henderson, NV 800-641-4487
Grad Year:2019Height:5'5Weight: 116 LBS
Position L Hand: Right   
High School:Foothill Club Team:BBC 16's Travel
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 83'' Block Touch: 98'' Approach Touch: 106'' Short Shuttle Run: 5.19

Technical Assessment

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

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Jump Float
  • Posture
  • Movement
    • Penetration
    • Posture
    • Split Step
    • Footwork
    • Location
    Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
    12/27/2015 - Volleyball Factory Winter Training in Colorado Springs - Rebecca is a 2019 setter. She is constantly improving her game. Rebecca has a strong will to learn the game, which makes her coachable. Her biggest obstacle that she is always working on is getting off the net and squaring her hips, however with work this can be fixed. As Rebecca continues to grow as a player her game will grow as well. In time she can be a great player.
    12/17/2015 - Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship - Rebecca is a 2019 setter. She has shown some improvement on her serve receive and has a nice jump float serve. She is continuing to work on her transition from defense to the net and also moving quickly to the net on free balls. Rebecca is very coachable and quick on her feet which will make her a great candidate to play at a higher level once she has developed in her position as setter and works out a few kinks technically in each skill.
    05/29/2015 - College PREP - Las Vegas, NV - Rebecca is still learning her position but is actively engaged throughout the learning process. She seems willing to know more and once information is provided has the ability to make changes. 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, once she develops. She is still working on technical details on her pass but her efforts yield a quality result. If Rebecca can continue to work on the small technical details of each skill, she will be a nice contributor to the right team. I would like for her to be more vocal on the court and I am sure that will happen as she gains more confidence.