Ethan Moore
Ethan Moore




Oak Park-River Forest (HS) • IL
5-10 • 160LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Hitters
2025 National

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He ran a 7.07 in the 60-yard dash, threw 84 mph across the infield, and showed bat speed at the plate from both sides of the box. During his defensive session, he traveled low to the ball using a stagger step from right to left with athletic feel. He showcased soft hands while receiving and transitioned quickly with clean exchanges. At the plate, he made short, aggressive swings that produced quality lower ball flight. 


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Moore has a compact, strong frame and advanced feel for the barrel. The right-handed hitter, who bats at the top of the order, stays short and on top of the baseball and uses the whole field. Moore stays within himself, sees the ball deep into the zone and barreled up everything he saw in the zone. At the PBR at The Rock Championships, Moore finished 3-for-3 with a double to right-center field, single through the left side of the diamond and a hard ground ball back up the middle. Moore scored three runs and drove in one in game one of the day


5-foot-6, 110-pound right-handed-hitting middle infielder. Athletic, well-proportioned frame. Strong lower half. Balanced setup, fluid pre-pitch movement in hands, smooth load, steady leg lift trigger. Swings a quick bat that stays on a level plane. Doesn’t try to do too much at the plate, comfortable hitting the ball where it’s pitched, line drive approach. Advanced overall offensive game for age. Athleticism plays on the field, has lateral range, steady glove, second base profile. Emerging as a follow in Illinois’ 2025 class. 


Ethan Moore (2025) was an all-around performer out of the leadoff spot for the Sparks offense. He’s a gamer-type player that impacts the game in multiple facets. Moore consistently found the barrel, going 3-for-3 with a double deep into the left field gap. He stole two bases as well, showcasing his impressive speed. 

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