Eagan, Sr., S/OH

The 5-11 Orr's versatility is her biggest strength. Plays both outside hitter and setter in the same match, depending on where she falls in the rotation. Only all-metro player with more than 300 kills and 300 set assists. Two-time all-state and three-time all-state tournament selection will be making her fourth consecutive state tournament appearance. Committed to Iowa.


Lakeville South, Sr., OH

At 5-11, Mosser is an explosive leaper with a 35-inch vertical that routinely draws envy from her peers. Career kills leader at Lakeville South with more than 1,500, notched a state-leading 629 kills this season. Set a state record for kills in one match with 49 in a five-set loss to Class 3A, No. 1 Eagan. Terrific on defense with 290 digs. Another member of the Minnesota Select national championship team. Committed to UCLA.


Hopkins, Sr., OH

A former basketball standout who, at 6-3, has fluid athleticism that still has college basketball coaches inquiring about her changing sports. Her long arms, leaping ability and impeccable timing make her an intimidating force at the net. One of the toughest players in the state to dig due to the downward arm angle at which she swings. Racked up more than 500 kills. Minnesota Select championship team member. Committed to Minnesota.


Osseo, Sr., MB

A tad undersized as a middle blocker at an even 6-feet, Boe makes up for it with quickness, leaping ability and volleyball savvy. Put up 95 total blocks — 33 of them solo — the second best total in the state during the regular season. Relentless as a hitter, she made just 56 hitting errors in 889 attacks and finished with 381 kills and a .366 hitting percentage. Played for the Minnesota Select national champs. Committed to Denver University.


Champlin Park, Sr., S/OH

Two-time Metro Player of the Year winner switched from setter to outside hitter this season, still led the Rebels to the state tournament, posted 555 kills.'s 2014 National Sophomore of the Year played for Team USA in the 2015 18-Under World Championships in Peru. Led Minnesota Select to the Open Division championship at the USA Volleyball National Tournament last spring. Committed to Wisconsin.


Prior Lake, Jr., Libero

The only non-senior on this team is the state's best defensive player and considered among the best in the nation. Possesses tremendous anticipation, an innate understanding of angles and the ability to turn tough digs into very playable passes, often turning momentum to the Lakers' side. Youngest player on the Minnesota Select national champs. Committed to Minnesota.