Player Rankings

2024 Top 150

Welcome to the first edition of PrepVolleyball.com’s Top 150, the country’s best volleyball players! We have released the Classes of 2021 Top 150, 2022 Top 150, and 2023 Top 150. It’s time for 2024, the rising freshmen!

Since this is the first release of the Top 150, we should clarify some things, namely what the Top 150 is about and how it is compiled. You can view our three-part series, “Inside the Top 150,” to read more about it.

The Top 150 player rankings are based on an athlete’s skills now, and not her potential or impact at the next level. Because players are constantly developing, we will update the Player Rankings three times each year – in the Fall, which is post-club/pre-high school season; in the Winter, post-high school/pre-club season; and in the Spring, mid-club season. For seniors, we’ll close out their ranking in the Spring and begin ranking incoming freshmen in the Fall.

The players on this list did not have to be nominated by a coach, though we accepted suggestions from coaches and directors only. At PrepVolleyball, we’ve historically begun watching and writing about athletes as they become freshmen, or when they are in their 15s year playing club. That being said, the 2024 Top 150 will begin as more of a “Watch List” and mold into a true player rankings list over time.

The rankings criteria are based on skill compared to other members of the graduating class, personal achievement and accolades, and impact on her team. We looked at the past winners on a national level, too.

Think of this list as a start. We haven’t seen many of these athletes in person yet; players will surely rise up and new players will emerge on the list! That being said, we believe this is a great start and represents many of the country’s top players in the 2024 class.

View all 150 athletes, here!

Please e-mail rankings@prepvolleyball.com with edits you may have.

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    grammanutz

    August 11, 2020 at 8:13 am

    Get rid of Tawa and this is what happens. You going to start ranking 2nd graders soon?

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    Sloane Green

    August 11, 2020 at 9:10 am

    These athletes are now high school freshmen, the age we have always begun writing about them.

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    grammanutz

    August 12, 2020 at 2:26 am

    Freshman who have yet to play a game in high school you mean. PrepVB has never written about them until they at least finished their freshman HS season. With the NCAA trying to make rules to prevent 8th grade recruiting, this jumping the gun is head scratching and just shows where prepvb is now headed.

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