Elliott Bray
Elliott Bray




Hartselle (HS) • AL
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: East Cobb Astros 16U


2022 National

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Was nothing short of dominant in his outing for the Tigers in game 2. Bray went the first time through the patriots order throwing nothing but fastballs, which allowed him to save his curveball and changeup for the next time through the order. The Auburn baseball commit was sitting 85-88, topping out at 89, generating a ton of power with his 6-2 frame. Bray showed nothing but confidence, attacking hitters in every count, almost never failing to get ahead 0-2. Hitters often failed to lay off the changeup and 12-6 curve in the bottom half of the zone, resulting in a 13 K outing for Bray.


RHP Elliott Bray (2022, Auburn) has continued to make strides on the mound as he features an above average arsenal of pitches. The junior right hander simply attacks the zone form an over-the-top arm slot. Because of the arm slot, the 6’2 junior creates nice downward tilt on the fastball, making it difficult for hitters to stay on plane with the pitch. Bray seemed to live to the glove side with the fastball, but also showed the ability to go in to right hand hitters with some arm side action. The fastball was consistently located down in the zone at 88-89 mph, topping 90 mph. The pitch seemed to show some late life, partly because he paired it with a wipeout breaking ball at 74-76 mph that he mixed in at any time. The pitch shows true 12/6 action form the arm slot and was consistently buried down in the zone. Hitters didn’t show the ability to lay off the pitch and it is presently a swing-and-miss option for Bray.


'21 RHP Elliott Bray (Auburn) tossed four innings in Game 1 of the doubleheader and allowed four hits and two runs (one earned) while striking out nine hitters. The Auburn commit has widely been known as a pitcher, but his performance in Game 2 proved that Bray is a legitimate threat with the bat after hammering two doubles in his first two at-bats. The first was a ball driven deep to right field, while the second was a laser to the pull side gap. Showing legit juice to all fields, Bray has really progressed physically and has improved his speed as well. He also had two solid barrels in his final two at-bats with nothing to show for.


Was one of the more impressive players at the event as he showed plus skills at several different places. The glove works very well on the infield and the arm strength is already considered plus at 87 mph across the diamond. The set up at the plate is solid with and even stance with the feet and the hands are set high in the stance. The toe tap approach allows for good rhythm in the swing with a slightly tilted bat path. The hands work and he showed plenty of pop middle to pull side. His stuff on the mound is real with a fastball already up to 85 mph and a hammer breaking ball that shows true 12/6 action. The changeup showed serious tumble into right handed hitters and he was able to locate all three pitches at any time. A big time name to follow in the ‘20 to class.

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