Volleyball Skill Levels

My take on volleyball skill level definition...

I have reviewed many definitions of volleyball skill levels from various sources and compiled the definition that made most sense to me here. These definitions will be used for rating the leagues and open plays found on this website, as well as the players. Please feel free to make suggestion.

Level Definition
AA Division 1 college team or advanced club level player that can compete on a national tournaments
A Elite high school, club, or college level player that can run different offenses (6-2, 5-1), have a great understanding of all positions on the court and can execute all skills with accuracy and power.
BB May have played in high school varsity and 7 out of 10 passes go to the person they intended. Understands offensive concepts (6-2, 5-1) and defensive positions but may be working to solidify those skills. Skill levels range from intermediate to proficient veteran.
B Played in many organized leagues and skills have progressed well beyond beginner level, or have played some school team or club volleyball (BB level) but skills are rusty. Knows how to bump, set (a little), and spike.
C A beginner to volleyball and attempts to pass, set and hit but doesn't always work out.
D "Recreational" player where goal is to always put the ball over on the other side of the net
In addition, we have A-, B+, B-, C+, and C- skill level, which is a rating right before or after the letter, i.e, A- is between A and BB; B+ is between BB and B, etc.


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