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MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week
MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week
For the week of Jan. 11-17

Michigan
6-toot-1 | Junior | OH/OPP
11 Sets Played

Kills: 60
Kills/Game: 5.46
Digs: 48
Digs/Game: 4.36
Receptions: 39
Rcpt/Game: 3.54
Aces: 3
Blocks: 3


North Carolina
6-0 | Senior | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 43
Kills/Game: 7.17
Digs: 35
Digs/Game: 5.83
Receptions: 27
Rcpt/Game: 4.5
Aces: 11
Blocks: 5

About the MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week Program:
The MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week Program is a partnership between the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and CBS MaxPreps, Inc. Each week MaxPreps and the AVCA recognize deserving student-athletes at the high school level who have demonstrated outstanding play on the court throughout the week of competition. Coaches must submit statistics to MaxPreps in order for their athletes to be considered for the program. To obtain your free access code to MaxPreps.com call (800) 329-7324 x1 or email [email protected] For more information on the AVCA, check out the AVCA website at www.avca.org
California high school football: St. John Bosco's Matayo Uiagalalei leads OFFICIAL All-State Team - OFFICIAL
California high school football: St. John Bosco's Matayo Uiagalalei leads MaxPreps All-State Team
California recently finished up one of the most unique high school football seasons after moving from the fall to the spring. There were no playoffs or state championships while most schools played anywhere from four-to-six games in a shortened season. A lot of top-recruits skipped their senior year to enroll in college early or focus on the next level.

However, there was still a lot to play for as most kids were just happy to get back on the field and have the opportunity to play the game they love.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS: Final Top 25 California rankings

Mater Dei (Santa Ana) finished the spring season as the state's No. 1 team and is well represented on the California MaxPreps All-State Team. The 11 Monarchs selections are led by 2021 USC signee Raesjon Davis, five-star USC commit Domani Jackson and 2022 Oklahoma commit Raleek Brown.

After a 5-0 spring and a host of returners, Mater Dei has a good chance to be No. 1 when we release our 2021 preseason MaxPreps Top 25 rankings later this summer.

The state's No. 2 team, St. John Bosco (Bellflower), was also well-represented with eight All-State picks, led by Class of 2023 standout Matayo Uiagalelei and four-star offensive lineman Earnest Greene III.

Twenty-four different schools had at least one player selected with 14 having multiple selections. In total, 28 seniors, 22 juniors, seven sophomores and one freshman fill out the 59 player list selected on the California all-state team.
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
First Team Offense

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 195
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Threw for over 1,500 yards and 24 touchdowns while leading the Griffins to a 6-0 record. The top-rated prospect in California from the Class of 2023 completed 73 percent of his passes.

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 205
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Averaged nearly 200 yards rushing a game for an offense that scored 40-plus points in all five contests. 

Height: 5-8 | Weight: 185
Status: Committed to Oklahoma | Class: Junior (2022)
The top-rated all purpose back in the Class of 2022 was one of the most explosive playmakers in the state, averaging more than seven yards per touch during his first season with the Monarchs.

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 185
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Matched up against the best defensive backs in the state each week. Against Mater Dei and St. John Bosco he had 15 receptions for 248 yards and two touchdowns.

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 200
Status: Signed with Fresno State | Class: Senior (2021)
In five games, the future Bulldog had 39 receptions for a state best 1,014 yards and 15 touchdowns. He averaged over 200 yards receiving per game and 26 yards per catch while adding 35 tackles and two interceptions on defense.
 
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 265
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Was a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses in the red zone and had three touchdowns. Also, is an outstanding blocker and a big-time defensive end.

OL Earnest Greene, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-4.5 | Weight: 330
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Led the way in the trenches for the Braves and is the second-rated offensive guard in the Class of 2022 on 247Sports composite rankings.

OL George Miki-Han, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 310
Status: Signed with Colorado State | Class: Senior (2021)
Finished his Monarch career leading Mater Dei to a No. 1 finish in the state rankings paving the way for an offense that averaged 41.6 points per game.

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 290
Status: Signed with USC | Class: Senior (2021)
The top-rated offensive tackle in California from the Class of 2021 was a bright spot for the Lions this spring.

OL Edward Riley, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 270
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
Played a major role on the offensive line for the Braves over the last three years and dominated opposing defensive lineman during a shortened spring campaign.

Height: 6-3.5 | Weight: 315
Status: Signed with UCLA | Class: Senior (2021)
Expect the second-rated offensive guard in the state from the Class of 2021 to make a quick impact for the Bruins at the next level.

AP Makai Lemon, Los Alamitos
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 180
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Had 43 receptions for 756 yards and nine touchdowns to go with four interceptions on defense while making a huge impact on special teams too.

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 205
Status: Signed with Colorado | Class: Senior (2021)
Connected on 17-of-19 field goals over the last two years and made all 45 point after attempts.

First Team Defense

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 235
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Racked up 34 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and eight sacks for a defense that allowed two points over the last five games.

DL Jaxson Moi, Cathedral Catholic (San Diego)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 260
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Dominated in the trenches for one of the best defenses in California.

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 230
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
Posted 67 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and nine sacks in six games for one of the top teams in Southern California.

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 220
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
Led the Tritons to a 5-0 season and a South Coast League title. Finished his senior year with 28 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks.

LB Raesjon Davis, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 215
Status: Signed with USC | Class: Senior (2021)
Came back to play his senior season and was the leader on defense for the best team in the state. Finished the spring with 19 tackles, nine tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and a pick-six.

LB David Bailey, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 220
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
In a 24-17 win over Servite he finished with 10 tackles, four sacks and forced a fumble and recovered it on a huge quarterback hit to seal the win.

LB Andrew Simpson, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 220
Status: Signed with Boise State | Class: Senior (2021)
Finished his senior year with 27 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions.

DB Domani Jackson, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 185
Status: Committed to USC | Class: Junior (2022)
Displayed during the spring why he's the No. 4 overall prospect in the Class of 2022.

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 175
Status: Signed with USC | Class: Senior (2021)
Came back to finish his senior year this spring and led the Cubs to an undefeated record.

Height: 5-11.5 | Weight: 175
Status: Committed to Notre Dame | Class: Junior (2022)
The Inland Empire power has produced some big-time defensive backs and Mickey is next up.

DB Joshua Hunter, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 5-9 | Weight: 165
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Showed his toughness during the spring playing with a broken wrist finishing the year with 21 tackles and two interceptions.

Height: 5-11 | Weight: 170
Status: Signed with Virginia Tech | Class: Senior (2021)
As good as any player in California during the shortened spring season.

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 185
Status: Committed to Maryland | Class: Senior (2021)
Led the state averaging 46 yards per punt.

Second Team Offense

QB Noah Fifita, Servite (Anaheim)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 170
Status: Committed to Arizona | Class: Junior (2022)
Threw for over 1,200 yards and had 10 touchdowns to only two interceptions. Added 11 more scores on the ground playing against the best competition in the state.

QB Elijah Brown, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 180
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Freshman (2024)
Became the fourth freshman to start at quarterback for Mater Dei and threw for nearly 1,000 yards and had 15 touchdowns to only one interception. He completed 69% of his passes.

RB James Bohls, San Clemente
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 195
Status: Signed with Arizona | Class: Senior (2021)
Rushed for 655 yards and 11 touchdowns for one of the top teams in California. In a 10-7 win over Mission Viejo, he was the best player on the field and finished the night with 23 carries for 132 yards and a score.

Height: 5-9 | Weight: 195
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Was as good as any running back in the state and helped lead the Warriors to a 4-1 spring season.

WR CJ Williams, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 195
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Saved his best for last in the biggest game of the spring against St. John Bosco when he hauled in two touchdowns.

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 190
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Finished the six game season with 31 receptions for 606 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Height: 5-8 | Weight: 190
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
A name to watch over the next two years, he had 34 receptions for 470 yards and eight touchdowns during his sophomore campaign.

TE Walker Lyons, Folsom
Height: 6-4.5 | Weight: 230
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Helped the Bulldogs to a 6-0 spring season and had nearly 300 yards receiving and five touchdowns.

OL Maximus Gibbs, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 385
Status: Signed with USC | Class: Senior (2021)
Helped give the Braves one of the best offensive lines in California.

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 290
Status: Signed with Southwest Minnesota State | Class: Senior (2021)
Played at a high level in both pass and run blocking.

OL BJ Tolo, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 290
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Sophomore (2023)
Has been starting on the offensive line since his freshman year and had another stellar season as a sophomore.

OL Devin Spencer, Centennial (Corona)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 290
Status: Committed to Pennsylvania | Class: Senior (2021)
Led the way on the offensive line for a Huskies team that averaged over 55 points per game.

OL Tyson Molio'o, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 295
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Had a dominant spring season and is one of four Brave offensive lineman to make the all-state team.

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 185
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
One of the best playmakers in California made a major impact in all three phases of the game. Accounted for 13 total touchdowns and an interception for a 5-0 Titans squad.

AP Hassan Mahasin, Serra (San Mateo)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 185
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Explosive running back, slot receiver, strong safety led the state’s No. 15 team to a 5-0 record with 745 total yards and 10 touchdowns. Was the Bay Area News Group's Player of the Year. Nine college offers — recruiting ranking rapidly rising.

K Chase Meyer, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 170
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Made four of five field goals this spring while connecting on all 27 extra point attempts.
Second Team Defense

DL Micah Carreon, Mission Viejo
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 275
Status: Committed to Northern Arizona | Class: Senior (2021)
Led the way in the trenches for the Diablos and shared Defensive MVP honors in the South Coast League with Vaughn.

DL Tyler Deleon, Los Alamitos
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 230
Status: Committed to Army | Class: Senior (2021)
Racked up 49 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks for the Sunset League champs.

Height: 6-4 | Weight: 250
Status: Signed with California | Class: Senior (2021)
Demanded a double team all spring and was the leader for one of the most talented defensive lines in California.

DL Hero Kanu, Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 290
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
There might not be a player with more upside in the Class of 2022. He has been playing football for just over a year and shined playing against the best competition during his junior season.

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 230
Status: Signed with BYU | Class: Senior (2021)
Posted 49 tackles, 16 tackles for loss and seven sacks in five games this spring.

LB Cole Bullock, Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 225
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
One of the most underrated linebackers in the Class of 2021 led the way on defense for a team that allowed 7.3 points per game.

LB Niuafe Tuihalamaka, Alemany (Mission Hills)
Height: 6-1.5 | Weight: 240
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Showed why he's the third-rated inside linebacker in the Class of 2022 on 247Sports composite rankings this spring.

LB Jacob Manu, Servite (Anaheim)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 210
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
One of the best linebackers in the state from the Class of 2022 was the leader on defense for the Friars.

DB Tayvion Beasley, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 165
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
One of the best all-around defensive backs in the state is the complete package. Quarterbacks rarely look his direction and he is one of the top tackling cornerbacks in high school football.

DB Malachi Williams, Cathedral Catholic (San Diego)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 200
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Senior (2021)
One of the best safeties in the state led the way for a defense that posted four shutouts in five games.

DB Sione Hala, St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 190
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Led a very talented defense in tackles and tied for the team lead in interceptions.

DB Shoes Brinkley, Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
Height: 5-9 | Weight: 185
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
One of the most physical safeties in the state led the Monarchs in tackles and tied for the team lead in interceptions. He recently announced he is attending Myrtle Beach Prep (S.C.) for a post-graduate year and reclassified to the Class of 2022.

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 215
Status: Signed with UCLA | Class: Senior (2021)
Made plays all over the field. Intercepted six passes in five games while racking up 36 tackles to go with over 300 yards receiving and four touchdowns on offense.

DB Jack Kane, Servite (Anaheim)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 180
Status: Signed with Oregon State | Class: Senior (2021)
The Beavers are getting a huge steal in Kane. Had three interceptions this spring and made one of the plays of the year with a one-handed INT.

Height: 5-10 | Weight: 160
Status: Signed with California | Class: Senior (2021)
Decided to come back and play his senior year this spring and led the Spartans to a 6-0 season and spot at No. 3 in the final Top 25 state rankings.

AP Zeke Berry, De La Salle (Concord)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 185
Status: Uncommitted | Class: Junior (2022)
Will be the leader for the Bay Area power next fall and showed why he's one of the top players in the Class of 2022 during a six-game spring season.

Height: 5-10 | Weight: 170
Status: Committed to Arizona | Class: Senior (2021)
Finished second in California averaging 45.1 yards per punt. More than half of his punts went inside the 20 and he connected on all three field goals this spring.
USC-bound quarterback Jake Garcia leaves California, transfers to Georgia power Valdosta - OFFICIAL
USC-bound quarterback Jake Garcia leaves California, transfers to Georgia power Valdosta
When the California Interscholastic Federation announced its plan to switch its 2020 football season to 2021 last month due to the coronavirus pandemic, many of the state's top senior recruits planned to sit out. That won't be the case for four-star quarterback Jake Garcia, who will transfer from La Habra (Calif.) to Valdosta (Ga.)

As first reported by 247Sports' Greg Biggins, the 6-foot-3, 195-pound senior instead will go from one of the top teams in Southern California to the nation's winningest program in Georgia — a distance of 2,300 from his home town. 

Garcia made the move because he wants to play his senior season — he needs the reps he said — and still enroll into college early. He plans to graduate from high school in December.

The agile and strong-armed quarterback is currently committed to the University of Southern California and is the No. 4 pro-style signal-caller in the Class of 2021, according to 247Sports composite.

"I'm really excited about the decision," Garcia told Biggins. "For me, it was big to play as a senior. I need those game reps and this is going to be a big for me mentally as well in terms of preparing for college."

His new team made headlines back in April when they hired Rush Propst as head coach.

The former reality TV star on MTV's popular "Two-A-Days" was previously at Hoover (Ala.) and Colquitt County (Moultrie, Ga.) and won a combined seven state championships. He has gone 313-93 during his 30-year career as head coach.

Valdosta began the season ranked in the MaxPreps preseason Top 100 at No. 94. Expect them to make a significant jump after adding Garcia under center. Another factor in moving up the team rankings is that several top squads have moved to the spring season. 

The Wildcats went 10-3 last season and will be in contention to win their first state title since 2016 with the talent they have heading into the fall. They've won a nation's best 928 games since their 1913 inception, claimed 24 state and six mythical national crowns.

They have one of the toughest in-state schedules and open with last year's 5A runner-ups, Warner Robins on Sep. 5. Valdosta also has games scheduled against two more preseason Top 100 teams: Colquitt County and Lowndes (Valdosta).

Expect MaxPreps' first rankings for the fall season to come out after the Florida High School Athletic Association announces its plans are for football on Aug. 14.

Georgia announced on July 20 its plan to start the season two weeks late on Sept. 4 due to the virus. It currently plans to play a 10-game regular season with full playoffs.

Garcia began his prep career at Long Beach Poly (Calif.) then played two seasons at Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.). He transferred in January to La Habra, where he planned to finish things out, but the change in seasons altered that path.

"With not just California football shut down but the entire West Coast pretty much — Arizona, Nevada, Washington — I knew I had to leave the region," Garcia told Biggins. "Like I said, I think senior year is really important time to learn and get better. This will be big for my development and I felt this was the best move for me to make long term."
Jake Garcia while starring at Narbonne.
File photo by Steven Silva
Jake Garcia while starring at Narbonne.

Bryce Hopkins named 2020-21 OFFICIAL Illinois High School Basketball Player of the Year - OFFICIAL
Bryce Hopkins named 2020-21 MaxPreps Illinois High School Basketball Player of the Year
Each year since 2006, MaxPreps has recognized outstanding performers in high school basketball. America's source for high school sports continues the tradition to close out the 2020-21 season by naming the top player in each state. Selections are based on team success and individual excellence, in addition to local and state accolades.

Bryce Hopkins of Fenwick (Oak Park) is the 2020-21 MaxPreps Illinois High School Basketball Player of the Year. The 6-foot-7, 220-pound senior helped the Friars go 13-3 overall and 11-1 in Chicago Catholic League play.

Hopkins averaged 24.4 points and 12.5 rebounds and three assists per contest and was named Chicago Catholic League Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.

Signed with Kentucky, Hopkins is regarded as the No. 27 prospect in the Class of 2021 overall according to 247Sports. The versatile forward also earned offers from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Oregon and Wisconsin among others.

Each state's MaxPreps Player of the Year will be considered for inclusion in the MaxPreps All-America Team, which is scheduled to be released April 13.
Bryce Hopkins is headed to play for the Kentucky Wildcats next season.
Photo by Luke Hales
Bryce Hopkins is headed to play for the Kentucky Wildcats next season.
Top female high school athlete in each state - OFFICIAL
Top female high school athlete in each state
Video: Te-Hina Paopao highlights
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Paige Bueckers of Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.) was named the MaxPreps Female Athlete of the Year, but who are the top athletes in the other states?

From Maine to Hawaii and Alaska to Florida, the nation is chock full of amazing talents. All-state honorees, players of the year and record-setters dot the list as MaxPreps chooses the top athlete in every state in the country, along with the District of Columbia.
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
Alabama
Grace Carr, Mountain Brook (Birmingham)
The Class 7A state Player of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, Carr led her team to a state championship and finished with 713 kills and 583 digs on the season.

Alaska
Destiny Reimers, Anchorage Christian (Anchorage)
Reimers earned all-state honors three times in her career and led Anchorage Christian to a 23-1 record and a state championship.

Arizona
Alyssa Brown, Sahuaro (Tucson)
One of the leading scorers in the country, Brown averaged 31.4 points in leading Sahuaro to the state championship game and a 28-2 record.

Arkansas
Jersey Wolfenbarger, Northside (Fort Smith)
The MaxPreps state basketball Player of the Year is one of the top recruits in the Class of 2021. She led Northside to a 25-3 record while averaging 18.7 points per game.

California
Te-Hina Paopao, La Jolla Country Day (La Jolla)
A MaxPreps first team All-American, Paopao averaged 22.3 points and 7.8 rebounds in helping La Jolla Country Day to a No. 1 ranking in the nation.

Colorado
Julianna Dalton, Chaparral (Parker)
Dalton earned All-American honors by Under Armour after leading Chaparral to a Class 5A state championship. She had 313 kills and 289 digs and was the state's 5A state player of the year.

Connecticut
Sydney Masciarelli, Marianapolis Prep (Thompson)
The top distance runner in the state finished seventh at the Foot Locker championships and was second in the Foot Locker northeast regional.

Delaware
Allie Kubek, Sanford (Hockessin)
Kubek has been all-state three times and helped lead Sanford to an 18-2 record this year while averaging 20.2 points per game.

Washington, D.C.
Kiki Rice, Sidwell Friends
A Gatorade state Player of the Year in soccer and basketball, Rice averaged 26.8 points in leading her team to a 25-6 record this year.

Florida
O'Mariah Gordon, Braden River (Bradenton)
A two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year, Gordon was a fourth-team MaxPreps All-American while averaging 23.1 points per game.

Georgia
Savannah Bray, Etowah (Woodstock)
Named the Class 7A state Player of the Year, Bray led her team to the state semifinals. She posted 734 kills and 705 dogs and had a state record 2,304 kills, according to the Tribune Ledger.

Hawaii
Elena Oglivie, 'Iolani (Honolulu)
A three-time Gatorade State Player of the Year in volleyball, Oglivie played for Team USA during the World Championships and also had 259 kills for ‘Iolani during the fall season.

Idaho
Peyton McFarland, Boise
At 6-foot-4, McFarland ranks as one of the top post players in the Class of 2020. She averaged 16.2 points and 9.1 rebounds while leading her team to a 17-9 record.

Illinois
Katelynne Hart, Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn)
The state Class 3A champion in cross country for the fourth time, Hart finished fourth at the Foot Locker National Championships.

Indiana
Madison Layden, Northwestern (Kokomo)
Layden finished her career as one of the state's all-time leading scorers with 2,360 points. She earned all-state honors three times and averaged 25.6 points this year.

Iowa
Caitlin Clark, Dowling Catholic (West Des Moines)
Clark twice earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors, including her senior year when she averaged 33.4 points. She scored 2,547 points in her four-year varsity career.

Kansas
Kendra Wait, Gardner-Edgerton (Gardner)
Wait posted 2,669 assists and 1,078 digs in her high school volleyball career, according to Gatorade. She was also the Kansas Gatorade State Player of the Year in track and field as a junior.

Kentucky
Anna DeBeer, Assumption (Louisville)
DeBeer helped lead Assumption to a state championship and earned MaxPreps first team All-America honors. She had 409 kills and 287 digs on the season.

Louisiana
Jerkaila Jordan, John Curtis Christian (River Ridge)
Jordan led the Patriots to a 27-4 record and a fourth straight Division I championship. She was also a four-time state championship game MVP. She finished the season averaging 21.7 points per game.

Maine
Emily Archibald, Kennebunk
A soccer and basketball standout, Archibald averaged 20 points and 13.5 rebounds for the basketball team and was named league player of the year for the second time.

Maryland
Mary Grace Goyena, Mount de Sales Academy (Catonsville)
Mount de Sales won the IAAM volleyball championship on the play of Goyena, who had 410 kills on the season.

Massachusetts
Francesca Frelick, Austin Prep (Reading)
The returning Division III Player of the Year in softball, Frelick was also a four-time CCL all-star in ice hockey.

Michigan
Jess Mruzik, Mercy (Farmington Hills)
A MaxPreps All-American, Mruzik led Mercy to a 59-1 record and a state championship. She had 495 kills and 209 digs on the season.
Jess Mruzik, Mercy
File photo by Kent Koller
Jess Mruzik, Mercy
Minnesota
Paige Bueckers, Hopkins (Minnetonka)
The MaxPreps National Athlete of the Year will play at UConn next year after averaging 21.4 points and 9.4 assists per game at Hopkins.

Mississippi
Jaccoria Bracey, Ruleville Central (Ruleville)
Averaging 35 points per game, Bracey was the MaxPreps state Player of the Year in 2020. She finished her career as one of the state's all-time leading scorers with 4,334 points.

Missouri
Birdie Hendrickson, Logan-Rogersville (Rogersville)
A two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year, Hendrickson led her team to the state finals and had 483 kills and 382 digs on the season.

Montana
Kyndall Keller , Havre
Keller earned all-state honors three years in a row and led her team to a 20-2 record in 2020. She averaged 18.7 points during the season.

Nebraska
Lindsay Krause, Skutt Catholic (Omaha)
A MaxPreps second team All-American, Krause led her team to a Class B state championship and had 360 kills and 143 digs on the year.

Nevada
Audrey Boch Collins, Clark (Las Vegas)
Boch Collins became the first girls tennis player to win the single state championship four years in a row. She is one of the top-ranked high school players in the country.

New Hampshire
Shauna Vadeboncoeur, Exeter
Just a sophomore, Vadeboncoeur was the Division I girls hockey Player of the Year after registering 42 goals with 17 assists.

New Jersey
Anna Morris, Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township)
A basketball and volleyball standout, Morris led her team to a Non-Public Tournament of Champions title in volleyball and had 413 kills for the season. She's headed to Northwestern on a basketball scholarship.

New Mexico
Viane Cumber, Sandia (Albuquerque)
Cumber, a junior, led her team to a 21-5 record and averaged 22.4 points and 10.6 rebounds.

New York
Katelyn Tuohy, North Rockland (Thiells)
The top distance runner in the country for three years in a row, Tuohy is a four-time Gatorade Player of the Year winner. She won the Nike Cross Nationals for the third straight year.

North Carolina
Saniya Rivers, Ashley (Wilmington)
Already a two-time Gatorade state Player of the Year, Rivers returns for her senior season next year as one of the top all-around players in the Class of 2021. She averaged 250 points and 11.8 rebounds at Ashley.

North Dakota
Abigail Duchscherer, Kindred
Only a sophomore, Duchscherer is already one of the top basketball players in the state as she has been named all-state three times and is closing in on 2,000 career points.

Ohio
Madeline Westbeld, Fairmont (Kettering)
A McDonald's All-Star Game participant, Westbeld helped her team to the regional finals and a 25-3 record. She averaged 18 points and 11.2 rebounds on the season.

Oklahoma
Aaliyah Moore, Moore
A MaxPreps All-American, Moore is one of the top players in the Class of 2021. She averaged 21.9 points and 10.9 rebounds this season.

Oregon
Fiona Max, Summit (Bend)
Finishing 10th at the Nike Cross Nationals, Max earned All-American honors. She is a two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year honoree and she led Summit to the Class 6A state championship this year.

Pennsylvania
Marlee Starliper, Northern York (Dillsburg)
One of the top cross country and track and field long distance runners in the nation, Starliper finished fifth at the Nike Cross Country Nationals and second at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships.

Rhode Island
Keri Spitler, North Kingstown
Spitler led her team to a second straight state volleyball championship and a 19-0 record. She had 283 kills and 129 digs on the year.

South Carolina
Loyal McQueen, Wilson (Florence)
McQueen was one of the top scorers in the state with 27.3 points per game and over 2,000 in her career. She is a three-time all-state pick by the state coaches association and played five years on the varsity.

South Dakota
Kadye Fernholz, Miller
A second team All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, Fernholz had 575 kills and 437 digs in leading Miller to a 34-3 record.

Tennessee
Alex Walsh, Harpeth Hall (Nashville)
The nation's No. 2 swimming recruit, Walsh set a national high school record in the 100 backstroke this year.

Texas
Paige Flickinger, Byron Nelson (Trophy Club)
The MaxPreps Volleyball Player of the Year, Flickinger led her team to a Class 6A state championship and had 797 kills and 813 digs on the season.

Utah
Kennady McQueen, North Summit (Coalville)
A two-sport star, McQueen averaged 20.7 points per game in basketball for a team that went 24-2. In volleyball, she had 215 kills and 222 digs.

Vermont
Kristyna Kaltounkova, Vermont Academy (Saxtons River)
A native of Czechoslovakia, Kaltounkova has been one of the top hockey players in New England for the past four seasons, recently committing to play at Colgate.

Virginia
Sydney Reed, Flint Hill (Oakton)
The VISAA Division I player of the year, Reed led Flint to a 31-1 record and a state title. She had 253 digs and 243 kills on the season.

Washington
Hailey Van Lith, Cashmere
Van Lith was rated as one of the top guards in the country this year and was the Seattle Times State Player of the Year. She ended her career as the state's all-time leading scorer with 2,994 points.

West Virginia
Skye Stokes, Oak Glen (New Cumberland)
Stokes led Oak Glen to a 38-0 record, a Class AA state championship and was named the state Player of the Year. She had 392 kills, 158 aces and 235 digs.

Wisconsin
Lexi Donarski, Aquinas (La Crosse)
A McDonald's All-Star Game selection, Donarski averaged 24 points per game and led her team to a 22-1 record. She is a three-time all-state pick.

Wyoming
Danilynn Schell, Kelly Walsh (Casper)
Schell is a four-time all-state pick and she led Kelly Walsh to a Class 4A state title and a 35-1 record. She also had 528 assists on the season. She was also one of the top players on the basketball team that won the Class 4A state championship.
Kennady McQueen, North Summit
File photo by Dave Argyle
Kennady McQueen, North Summit