Recruitment In Early Stage For Ganun


Bruce Hefflinger
PBR Michigan Senior Writer

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Recruitment In Early Stage For Ganun

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Gavin Ganun SS / RHP / Blissfield, MI / 2021

BLISSFIELD - The top-rated unsigned sophomore in Michigan is yet to take a visit. But the recruiting process is still beginning to heat up.

“I’ve just been to camps so far,” noted Gavin Ganun.

The Blissfield 2021 received his initial interest following the Future Games in August.

“Xavier contacted me after that,” the 6-1 180-pounder said. “That was a lot of fun. It was a good experience. The exposure is ridiculous. A couple of schools started following me on twitter after it.”

Ganun has a strong upside thanks to his versatility.

“They like how athletic I am,” Ganun said of what colleges he has been in contact with say that stands out about him. “They see me as a person that can do a little of everything.”

Aaron Wilson, PBR Michigan Director of Scouting, points to that aspect when describing the eighth-rated sophomore in the state.

“Gavin is a versatile prospect who has a high aptitude for learning,” Wilson said. “He swings a powerful bat with fast hands. He drives the ball consistently in the gaps. In the field, he's able to play every position but catcher. He’s a leader on and off the field.”

Ganun feels his ability at the plate is one of his biggest strengths.

“I’ve got a good bat,” Ganun said. “I’ve got power but I make good contact, too. I’m also a semi fast kid (6.95 in the 60).”

A strong work ethic adds to the list of what he brings to the table.

“I’m always in the gym working,” Ganun noted. “It doesn’t matter what time of day it is, I’m always working.”

There is an understanding that improvement is needed.

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