NJP has established a new feature called “Quick Set” where we ask NJ’s best high school volleyball players a quick set of questions and feature the answers daily on the site. Congratulations to the players selected and we appreciate the time taken to jump in and share their thoughts. (Players: Watch your IG messages for future invites) The questions will change throughout the season and we expect some players will repeat as being a part of this content in the future. Let’s applaud these role models for representing NJ’s best!

April 5, 2023

Tim Ennis is a junior outside hitter for the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Raiders. In his first two seasons, he racked up over 400 kills and 350 digs. SPF is NJP’s #1 team in pre-season rankings.

Tell us about your team this season, Tim.

Our team this season is looking as strong, if not stronger, than last season, with Captains Nicholas Schmidt, Jeremy Zimmerman, Zach Chung, and myself. Our team has some new additions to our team such as Jay Patel, Daniel Ennis, my brother, and many others stepping into key roles at the varsity level. Under Head Coach Brock Hor, we are looking to repeat the success we had last season and do even better.

What big games are you looking forward to playing in this season?

The big games I am looking forward to this season are Southern, Old Bridge, and Bridgewater, because I think those are the best teams in the state and I know players on each of those teams very well.

Which schools are your biggest league rivals?

I think our rivals will be Summit this year as they continue to be a growing program and get better and better every year.

Tell us about your opening game of the season!

We just won our opening game of the season against Roselle. They are a starting program and looking to get better.

What’s the best part of being on your school’s volleyball team?

The best part of being on the volleyball team is the love we all have for each other and the fact that we make it fun every day for each other and come out and compete.

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