Every time when the Setter is just about to set the ball he jumps and then sets the ball.
What is the rationale behind jumping?
- The setter is higher. That means that the way of the ball from the setter to the attacker is shorter
- If the setter is frontrow he is able to score directly on second.
- The setter has a wider range of the timing when he is setting the ball.
- The receivers can put the ball for a perfect reception closer to the net