Hunter Gore

CLASS OF 2016

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Hunter
Gore

Liberty
Loudoun Valley (HS) • VA
6-3 • 195LBS • L/R

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3.30.16:  Gore has an athletic frame and throws from a high three-quarters arm slot with a short, loose arm action with above average arm strength. He had a game pop of 2.09 and he was between 2.00 and 2.12 between innings. Gore hits from the left side from an athletic stance. He has a smooth load back and short stride forward. He is very short to the ball and works a bit uphill to it, getting good extension through the ball. He has a good lower half, good balance, and good bat speed. Gore shows a good approach, using the whole field with gap power to all fields and home run power to his pull side.
6.13.15:  Gore’s between inning pop times were in the 1.93-1.97 range on Friday. He threw a 2.19 game pop against Lafayette that was on a fastball in the dirt on his bare-hand side. At the plate, Gore continued to show that he is a very good hitter, staying inside multiple outside pitches and driving them to center and left. He has gap power to all fields and home run power to his pull side.

6.6.15:  Gore has an athletic frame and a good strong build for a catcher. He hits from the left side with a slightly open stance and starts his hands back at his shoulder. He has a very short stroke and drops his hands into their slot quickly. He is long through the ball and will hit to all fields. He started a four run rally with a leadoff single that he stayed inside on and drilled to left-center. Gore’s home-run power was on display in the eighth when he took a 3-1 fastball that was at the belt on the outer third and drilled a moon shot to right-center for a home run. He has the power and swing to be middle of the lineup bat at the next level. Behind the plate, Gore is still a bit raw but is extremely talented. He has an outstanding arm and was consistently between 2.0 and 2.06 on his between inning throws in spite of a long release and standing up to throw. He showed good receiving skills and did a good job handling his pitchers in this game, acting as an on-field pitching coach.
11/8/14  Gore is a 6-foot-3, 195 pound, left-handed hitting catcher.  Hits from a tall stance with slightly bent knees. Has good balance with little rhythm in the hands or lower body. Slight hitch that gets him on the plane with the ball. Has a short stroke that gets through the baseball with a line drive approach. Posted and 89 mph exit velocity off of the tee. Defensively, Gore was slightly up right in his stance behind the plate. Showed the ability to get out of his crouch quickly. Arm strength was present with a 74 mph velocity reading. Short arm arc from a high three-quarter slot. Posted pop times of 1.96 to 2.12.
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