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Razorbacks Volleyball Announces Today Signing Four on National Signing Day

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The University of Arkansas announced today that it has signed four volleyball players on National Signing Day to its 2020 class. Head coach Jason Watson welcomes signees from four different states that together have combined for five state titles, two regional titles, and a national championship.

In describing the new Razorbacks volleyball signing class, Watson said, “Each of the four signees have experienced tremendous success in either their high school or club teams. In some cases, they have had success in both. They are coming to Fayetteville to help us move this program in the right direction, they understand the challenge we face and embrace it. Their passion for the sport and competition will leave a lasting impression on our program.”

Hailey Schneider, 5′, 9″, OH

Denton, Texas (Guyer High School)

TAV 17 Blue

Scheneider led her club team (Texas Advantage Volleyball 17) to a national championship title in 2018 an is on track to take her team back to the playoffs this fall. As a sophomore, Schneider guided her team at Guyer High School to a 31-14 record.

Clara Parker, 5′, 10″, OH

Jonesboro, Arkansas (Jonesboro High School)

Arkansas Juniors Storm (18) / Memphis Juniors (19)

Parker recorded 1,400+ career kills, and 1,100 career digs at Jonesboro High School while leading her team to state titles in 2016 and 2018, and runner-up titles in 2017. She was named Arkansas Gatorade Player of the Year in 2018-19.

Jordyn Gates, 5’10”, S

Grand Rapids, Michigan (Grand Rapids Christian High School)

Far Out Volleyball Club

Selected as a 2019 Under Armour Third-Team All-American after leading her school to a state championship in 2018 and has recorded 3,309 assists so far in her career.

Taylor Head, 5’10”, OH

Winter Garden, Florida (West Orange High School)

Top Select

#85 on PrepVolleyball’s Top 100 Senior Aces recording 1,285 kills, 1,010 digs and 200 acres in her career. Led her high school team to FHSAA State Championships in 2017 and 2019 and regional titles in 2016 and 2018. Selected as a 2019 Under Armour Honorable Mention All-American.

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