Twitter reaction: What to be thankful for in college men’s volleyball

There is a cornucopia amount of things to be thankful for right now in college men’s volleyball.

Off the Block in the spirit of Thanksgiving asked its Twitter followers what in college men’s volleyball they are most thankful for this year and received variety of answers to that question.

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UCLA signs high school recruits with championship experience

Three players with a combined seven high school state championships have committed to UCLA.

UCLA announced Tuesday that high school seniors Micah Ma’a, Davis Gillett and Spencer Sachs have all signed national letters of intent to play for the Bruins beginning in 2016.

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The 2014 Ultimate Christmas Gift List for volleyball fans

It’s never easy when Christmas shopping to find that volleyball-theme gift for that college volleyball fan in your life.

With the Christmas shopping season beginning this week, Off the Block has scoured the internet to create the 2014 Ultimate Christmas Gift List for college volleyball fans. Everything from books and retro volleyball swag to great volleyball stocking stuffers made the cut for the second annual volleyball gift list.

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IPFW makes unprecedented move with new recruiting class

The pending retirement of Hall of Fame coach Arnie Ball did not slow down IPFW’s recruiting efforts.

Ball on the verge of entering his final season announced during the weekend that high school seniors Alex Dickmann, Kyle Fitzgerald, Austin Neace and Graydon Schroeder all signed to letters of national intent to join IPFW in 2016.
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Hawai’i lands biggest early signing recruiting class in nation

Three players who helped the United States qualify for the upcoming FIVB Youth World Championship are among the latest recruits to commit to Hawai’i.

Hawai’i announced Friday that six high school seniors have all signed national letters of intent to join the Rainbow Warriors beginning in the 2016 season.
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Penn State adds more height with newest recruiting class

A high school conference player of the year and a multiple high school state champion will be among newest recruits joining Penn State.

Penn State announced Thursday that high school seniors Luke Braswell, Jason Donorovich and Calvin Mende all signed national letters of intent to play for the Nittany Lions starting in 2016.
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