6 Game Changing Weapons for Setters

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A setter holds both the team's most powerful position and its most frustrating one. Setters control the tempo, create the offense and maintain momentum. But the position depends very much on the quality of passing, as well as the strength of attacking, and if either of those are weak, setters can be left feeling inadequate and inefficient. Although a setter can feel dependent on teammates, it's important to remember that a setter has weapons, too. Here are six weapons that can turn a setter into a more dominant and influential player.

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