Pro Volleyball League 2019: 3 Best Young Players
#2 Prince - U Mumba Volley
U Mumba Volley had one of the most promising youngsters in their ranks in the form of blocker, Prince. Nineteen-year-old Prince, who began playing the game in 2012 emerged as a key player for the Mumbai side in their run to the semi-finals of the Pro Volleyball League.
U Mumba had a dry run of matches as they struggled to get wins on the board in their initial four matches. They looked solid all-around, especially on the defensive side but struggled to get the wins. Prince, along with his skipper, Deepesh Kumar Sinha and vice-captain, Vinit Kumar, was amongst the top block points scoring player in the side.
At the end of their run, Prince finished with a total of 11 block points in the six matches that he featured for the U Mumba side. He also scored 17 spike points for the team. Prince slowly rose up the ranks and made a starting position his own after impressing off the bench. He is a young player who has shown a good level of play already and will be one to watch out for in the future.
Modified 20 Dec 2019, 21:42 IST