Tennessee volleyball signs three players

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Tennessee has signed three student-athletes.

Lady Vols’ head coach Eve Rackham Watt announced the signing of Keyondra “Kiki” Granberry, Caroline Kerr and Kenady Roper.

That trio joins Kadynce Boothe, who signed in November.

Granberry, a middle blocker, hails from Winter Garden, Florida, where she played at Windermere High School and for OTVA volleyball club.

She was a captain on her high school team, advancing to the state championship match for the first time in school history.

Kerr, a setter from Champaign, Illinios, attended St. Thomas More High School and played club volleyball for Illini Elite.

In 2021, she was named News-Gazette All-Area Volleyball Player of the Year. She led St. Thomas More to its second state championship in program history.

Roper, a libero and defensive specialist, is a native of Morganton, North Carolina.

She played for Patton High School, where she was a four-time all-conference standout and is the school’s all-time leader in digs with 1,666.