Freshmen Receive High Honorable Mention for 2014 Recruiting Class
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July 28, 2014



The University of Memphis volleyball freshman class received “High Honorable Mention” recognition in the Top Collegiate Recruiting Classes of 2014.

The list ranks the top 30 schools ranked 1-30, with the next 25 listed as “Highest Honorable Mention” and 44 others receiving “High Honorable Mention” recognition.

The survey for the top collegiate recruiting classes is completed by a panel of college coaches who double as recruiting experts. The coaches represent every major conference in the country, plus some lower D-1 schools and some D-II and D-III schools as well.

The charge to these coaches was to judge each class, using both size and strength of the class and impact on that program as guides. I also asked the coaches not to judge based on immediate impact during the 2014 season, but to assess based on the cumulative impact the class could make in 4-5 years at the school. The classes consist only of players making their initial appearance in a four-year program.

Memphis volleyball opens up the 2014 season on Aug. 30-31 at the Marcia E. Hamilton Classic in St. Louis, Mo.

Other schools receiving recognition on the Tigers 2014 schedule:

#21 – Alabama

Highest Honroable Mention: Tennessee

High Honorable Mention: Arkansas State, Cincinnati, Saint Louis, South Florida



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