Class of 2020 recruit and 6’3″ middle blocker Jordan Hopp has committed to the Iowa State University women’s volleyball program.
Hopp’s upcoming season will be as a junior in 2018 at Alliance High School in Nebraska. As a sophomore for a 15-10 team, she recorded 83 kills (0.9 per set) on a .184 hitting percentage, 100 blocks (1.1 per set) – good for a school record – and 45 digs (0.5 per set) according to her MaxPreps profile. It was also her second year of varsity after she won Rookie of the Year for the team as a freshman.
Western Nebraska Traveling League also extends Hopp’s career into club play. She also owns a 76″ wingspan and a 24″ vertical jump according to her be recruited profile.
Hopp isn’t the first class of 2020 recruit for Iowa State that has been registered in the VolleyMob Recruiting Database either. She instead joins fellow middle blocker Alexis Engelbrecht. The Cyclones also have two noted 2019 commits in defensive specialists/liberos Jaiden Centeno and Kate Shannon.
Iowa State went 22-7 in 2017 with an 11-5 record in Big 12 action, earning a hosting spot in the NCAA Tournament where they made the second round.
I’m so blessed and excited to announce that I committed to Iowa State University to continue my academic and volleyball career!! I would like to thank my family, coaches, teammates, friends for all the support along the way. Go cyclones❤️💛 pic.twitter.com/C0vuMfIqql
— jordan (@jordankhopp21) July 31, 2018
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Fired up about our newest addition from Nebraska panhandle, hard working and so much potential!
— Christy Johnson (@CJohnsonLynch) July 31, 2018