Whitney Chappell

Baltimore, MD
02/04/2015College PREP - Baltimore, MD Play in this window
12/09/2014MD Elite Team Video Play in this window
11/18/2014Maryland Elite Club Team (16-1)  
11/15/2014Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Tryout  
10/25/2014Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Clinic  
Whitney Chappell Baltimore, MD info@factoryathletics.com 800-641-4487
Grad Year:2017Height:5'7Weight: 0 LBS
Position S/L Hand:    
High School:Seton Keough Club Team:Maryland Elite Volleyball Academy 16UA
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 88'' Block Touch: 106'' Approach Touch: 113'' Short Shuttle Run: 7.20

Technical Assessment

Serve: 6 Serve Receive: 5 Attack: 5 Block: 5 Dig: 5 Setting: 7

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Jump Float
  • Posture
          Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
          02/04/2015 - College PREP - Baltimore, MD - Whitney is working to build on the foundation she already has as a 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 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. In regards to serving, she has a good consistent serve, but can focus on her hand contacting in the middle back of the ball to give the ball more float. Defensively, she can improve by being more aggressive and pursuing every ball possible. I would like for her to be more vocal on the court and I am sure that will happen as she gains more confidence. Whitney has great hands with a soft touch and releases an efficient, quality ball, but can work on being more vocal as it is crucial for her to be able to communicate with everyone on the court, especially her hitters. Whitney can focus on releasing from the back court as soon as she knows that the ball is not being hit to her; this will give her a better opportunity to have an even better set. Whitney has a tendency to not square up to the outside pin when setting which results in a ball that is set off the net. She can also work on being more comfortable with using her hands to set when she is on the ten foot line instead of bump setting. Offensively, Whitney can work on dumping the ball over the net so that she is an even bigger threat to the other side of the net. She has great potential to be a great collegiate setter, but I would like to see her have more fire, aggressive mindset, and drive to be a leader for her team.