Off the Block selected the top players in college men’s volleyball and seeded them into a bracket. Now it is up to the fans to determine who should win the Off the Block/Frisco Mo Fan Choice National Player of the Year.
The Off the Block/Frisco Mo Fan Choice National Player of the Year recognizes the best individual performances from NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball players during the season and lets volleyball fans from around the world decide the winner through online voting.
The five-round bracket style tournament concludes with the four-player championship round.
Check out championship ballots below. Online voting for these first-round matches will end at 10 p.m. (CST) Thursday.
No. 2 seed Wil Stanley, BYU
Stanley was in the nation’s top 10 with a 10.26 assists per game average and guided the BYU offense to the second-best attack percentage in the nation at .345. The All-American and finalist for the Lloy Ball Award helped the Cougars win the MPSF championship and reach the NCAA Tournament finals.
No. 5 seed Roy McFarland, UC Santa Barbara
McFarland was in the top 15 of the Big West with both a .304 attack percentage and 2.78 kills per game average. The All-American outside attacker also had a season-high 21 kills on a .340 attack percentage in a NCAA Tournament opening round victory against Pepperdine.
No. 11 seed Kyle McCauley, UC San Diego
McCauley was in the nation’s top 25 with a 3.63 kills per game average and had double-digit kills in all but two matches. The All-Big West outside attacker also had 18 kills as UC San Diego upset Hawai’i in the Big West Tournament semifinals.
No. 14 seed Luke Visgitis, Mount Olive
Visgitis was third in the nation with a .481 attack percentage and had double-digit kills in five matches. The All-ConfCarolinas senior also was among the conference leaders with a 0.91 blocks per game average as he helped Mount Olive win the ConfCarolinas regular season championship.