Eli Gora
Eli Gora
Eli Gora

CLASS OF 2017

C
1B

Eli
Gora

Eastern Michigan
Anderson (HS) • OH
6-3 • 215LBS • R/R

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6/6/16
6-foot-3, 185-pound strong, athletic frame. At the plate the righty starts in an open setup before a controlled stride forward. His lower half works efficiently and creates adequate energy into contact. He swings the bat with strength and above average bat speed at he showed by hitting one out in batting practice. He takes a very downhill path to the ball which causes inconsistency at contact, would like to see him flatten out his swing. Registered an exit velocity of 89 mph and ran a 7.6 60-yard dash. Best showing behind the plate. Has elite skill set with plus arm. Really gets rid of the baseball. Pop times ranged from 1.82 to 1.92. Velocity reached 80 mph from the crouch. Physical presence. Possess durability to play behind the plate at the next level.

5/31/16
6-foot-3, 185-pound strong, projectable build. Was very impressive behind the plate. Advanced transfer skills and above average arm strength had him reach impressive pop times of 1.86-1.94. Needs to keep working on receiving skills during game play. Threw with 76 mph arm strength to second base.  A big, strong kid with above average batspeed through the zone. Starting open he uses an aggressive stride to weight shift into contact. Bat takes a very downhill path would like to see him flatten out that path to square balls up more frequently. Registered an exit velocity of 90 mph and ran a 4.69.

7/28/15
6-foot-3, 215-pound big projectable frame. Right-handed hitter that starts open and gets back to even. Has a good load to get hands and weight back with a flat swing path. Showed power to his pull side with 87 mph exit velocity and ran 4.76 home to first. Behind the plate he tends to raise when receiving the ball. Good footwork on his transfer and throws form a high-3/4 slot with pop times ranging from 1.98-2.01 and 77 mph arm strength.
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