Highlighted by two-sport player Maggie Mendelson, here’s a closer look at star power in the Huskers | freshman division Sports

BRENT C. WAGNER Lincoln Journal Star

When volleyball-basketball combo player Maggie Mendelson advanced her high school diploma, the Nebraska volleyball team ended up with three top-20 recruits in its incoming freshman class.

Last winter, Mendelson transitioned to the 2022 recruit class and plans to play both volleyball and basketball for the Huskers. In both sports, she also played with the US youth national team.

Mendelson is considered the nation’s #4 volleyball recruit by The site recently updated their recruit rankings, placing Mendelson in the 2022 class.

Ranking is based on a player’s ability and dominance in high school and club volleyball.

Husker freshman middle blocker Bekka Allick of Waverly is at number 6. And NU outside hitter Hayden Kubik is 18. Both Allick and Kubik graduated early from high school and trained with the Huskers in the spring.

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Defense specialist Maisie Boesiger from Norris will also be there.

Nebraska should have a great recruit class in 2023 as well. Three of the top four recruits in the rankings have already signed for Nebraska — Harper Murray (No. 1 recruit, Michigan underdog), Caroline Jurevicius (No. 3, Ohio right side hitter) and Bergen Reilly (No. 5, setter from South Dakota).

Later this month, the Huskers will be able to accelerate their recruitment for the Class of 2024.

Texas and California are the states that produced the most top-20 recruits in the 2022 class, with three recruits each. Florida and Illinois each had two.

Here’s a list of where the top 20 recruits in the 2022 class of recruits are playing at college:

Florida – Setter Alexis Stucky (eighth draft, Laramie, Wyoming), MB Amaya Thomas (No. 17, Orlando, Fla.), OH Carly Hendrickson (No. 19, Cincinnati).

Nebraska — MB Maggie Mendelson (#4, Ogden, Utah), MB Bekka Allick (#6, Waverly), OH Hayden Kubik (#18, West Des Moines, Iowa).

Baylor — Setter Averi Carlson (No. 5, Lucas, Texas), OH Alexis Dacosta (No. 13, Katy, Texas).

Minnesota — OH McKenna Wucherer (No. 1, Brookfield, Wisconsin), MB Carter Booth, (No. 14, Denver).

Texas – OH Devin Kahahawai (No. 2, Kailua, Hawaii), MB Marian Singletary (No. 11, Charleston, South Carolina).

U.S.C – OH Jordan Middleton (No. 3, Phoenix), Libero Gala Trubint (No. 12, San Diego).

Boston College — MB Anna Herrington (No. 16, Orlando, Florida).

duke — RS Kerry Keefe (No. 10, Pacific Palisades, California).

Pepperdine – Setter Rosemary Archer (#15, Fairview, Texas).

Pennsylvania – Setter Katie Hurta (No. 20, Palos Hills, Illinois).

Stanford — OH Elijah Rubin (No. 7, Brentwood, California).

Wisconsin — OH Ella Wrobel (Plainfield, Illinois).

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