Elite ID Clinic Virginia Invites And Standouts

The vballrecruiter.com Elite ID Clinic’s latest stop was an East Coast trip to Virginia to visit the home of The St. James Volleyball Club. The DJ had the music cranked up and the players brought the energy and excitement throughout the event. At the conclusion, 11 invitations were extended for The Red Hat Games in December in Dallas. The invite list includes:

  • Gabrielle Washington OH/RS CEVA 16-1 Cardinal (2025)
  • Ryan Hicks S Metro 16 Travel (2025)
  • Cheyenne Stipetich L/DS Pitt Elite 16 Black (2026)
  • Eden Tardy OH MVSA 15 Charge (2026)
  • Meisha Sykes MB St. James 15 Navy (2026)
  • Averi Hanna MB Metro 14 Travel (2027)
  • Olivia Garey MB/RS Metro 14 Travel (2027)
  • Taylor Harrington MB Paramount 14-1 (2027)
  • Coco Lewis OH Virginia Jrs 14 Elite (2027)
  • Molly Drake OH Royal Legends 15-1 National Orange (2027)
  • Kathy Clarrisse Op Den Bosch A5 12 Carissa (2029)

 

In addition to the players receiving invitations, there were others who stood out as well with their play during the clinic. Below, we highlight both the invites and standouts.

Gabrielle Washington OH/RS CEVA 16-1 Cardinal (2025): Washington made her presence felt at the net. She was making lots of plays on both sides of the ball.

Ryan Hicks S Metro 16 Travel (2025): Hicks moves and sets up well. She also locates consistently.

Cheyenne Stipetich L/DS Pitt Elite 16 Black (2026): Stipetich is a high-octane player with a great motor. She moves and covers well and was making lots of hustle plays.

Eden Tardy OH MVSA 15 Charge (2026): Tardy is a dynamic hitter with plenty of upside. She’s one to keep tabs on as she continues to develop as she’s athletic and already doing good things.

Meisha Sykes MB St. James 15 Navy (2026): Skyes in an athletic middle who moves well. She’s still raw and learning and has a huge upside as she has the ability to be an impactful front row player.

Averi Hanna MB Metro 14 Travel (2027): Hanna was one of the more impressive middles with her ability to get up and after it. She’s already showing signs of being a strong blocker and has a huge upside because of it.

Olivia Garey MB/RS Metro 14 Travel (2027): Garey was owning the middle and showed what she could be in the future. She’s a strong attacker with a knack for scoring who swings well.

Taylor Harrington MB Paramount 14-1 (2027): Harrington was another standout middle who could be starring at the next level one day. She’s athletic and could be scary good with the proper development.

Coco Lewis OH Virginia Jrs 14 Elite (2027): Lewis is a high-IQ outside who was solid all around. She has a bright future and was one of the top outsides.

Molly Drake OH Royal Legends 15-1 National Orange (2027): Drake was another outside who stood out with her attacking and scoring. She’s another young player to track and keep tabs on as she continues to develop.

Kathy Clarrisse Op Den Bosch A5 12 Carissa (2029): Though among the youngest players participating, Op Den Bosch was fearless and holding her own in the back row. She showed tremendous potential.

Danielle Caligiuri S Renaissance 17 Black (2024): Caligiuri did well connecting with her hitters. She showed a nice touch and had good energy.

Julia Murdy L/DS Renaissance 17 Black (2024): Murdy was another player who brought great energy and hustle. She was passing and defending well too.

Simone Assasie MB/OH Metro 15 North (2026): Assasie is a bit undersized but she jumps well. She also moves well at the net.

Aniah Bass OH St. James 15 Navy (2026): Bass is another raw talent with nice athleticism. She was going for it with her attacking and wasn’t holding back.

Anna Dierks S Paramount 14-1 (2027): Dierks flashed potential at times with her dishing. She’s a young setter who is going to continue to develop and grow with more reps and action.

Evelyn Donovan OH Metro 14 Travel (2027): Donovan was strong in the back row with her defending and passing.

Kayla Luther OH Paramount 14-1 (2027): Luther is a bit undersized but a solid outside who was coming with it on the attack.

Ryann Bothof L/DS 757 14 National (2027): Bothof was a scrappy defender who was making her share of plays in the back row.

Zora Dimbo OH Metro 14 Travel (2027): Dimbo is a bit undersized but showed definite upside. She’s an aggressive attacker who kept bringing it.

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