Aurora Francone

OPP/OH
Salt Lake City, UT
Headshot
Grad:2018
HT:5'6
WT:125 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/27/2016Volleyball Factory Winter Training in Colorado Springs Play in this window
11/12/2016College PREP - Salt Lake, UT Play in this window
Aurora Francone Salt Lake City, UT info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2018Height:5'6Weight: 125 LBS
Position OPP/OH Hand: Right   
High School:Judge Memorial Catholic High School Club Team:None
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 86'' Block Touch: 109'' Approach Touch: 110'' Short Shuttle Run: 4.81

Technical Assessment

Serve: 5 Serve Receive: 5 Attack: 5 Block: 5 Dig: 5 Setting: 5

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Float
            Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
            12/27/2016 - Volleyball Factory Winter Training in Colorado Springs - Aurora is a 2017 Rightside. She has a good float with speed and consistency creating it tough for the offense to make a 3 set option. During defense and passing, she had good ball control with a solid platform creating a settable ball, while working to gain more ground laterally it will allow her to become a big threat in the back court. She makes a fluid movement from serve receive and transitioning to the outside with a good backswing and creating a high touch on the ball making it easy for her to work around the block. Aurora is currently working on her defense off the net and transition out for the attack. Overall, she is a hard working player and with continued coaching, reps and exposure she will have the opportunity to play at the collegiate level.
            11/12/2016 - College PREP - Salt Lake, UT - Aurora is a 2017 Rightside Hitter. Aurora has a solid float serve that stays low and over the net making it tough for passers to get a quality pass. In the back court she was constantly improving on her passing and defense making quick adjustments and being able to get her platform out early. Aurora did well in attacking and creating different shots to mix up her offense creating easy points. We're excited to see which collegiate program Aurora chooses in the next couple years.