Taylor Moore

L/S
San Antonio, FL
Headshot
Grad:2020
HT:5'3
WT:110 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
07/20/2017Volleyball Factory Lone Star Select Training Play in this window
10/09/2016National Tryout - Tampa, FL  
Taylor Moore San Antonio, FL info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2020Height:5'3Weight: 110 LBS
Position L/S Hand: Right   
High School:PASCO HIGH SCHOOL Club Team:Club Steel
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 82'' Block Touch: 93'' Approach Touch: 99'' Short Shuttle Run: 4.80

Technical Assessment

Serve: 6 Serve Receive: 8 Attack: 5 Block: N/A Dig: 7 Setting: 6

Technical Focus

  • Contact
  • Movement
  • Platform
  • Timing
  • Contact & Follow Through
    • Posture
    • Contact
    • Footwork
    Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
    07/20/2017 - Volleyball Factory Lone Star Select Training - Taylor Moore is a 2020 libero. Taylor as a passer that has a good platform that is angled to the target - at times she tends to swing her platform or guide the ball, but with continued practice and focusing on this habit she should be able to break it. She has good footwork and stays low and balanced producing a good quality pass. She showed much improvement over the four days with getting her angle set before the ball arrives. Defensively, she has good court awareness, is vocal and is able to make plays. Her biggest focus moving forward is to stay disciplined in her base - being stopped before the ball is contacted & sent over the net and being on the balls of her feet, forward and ready to react. As the libero, they often take the second ball if the setter digs the first ball or can't get there - Taylor is very comfortable with stepping in and taking the second ball. She does a nice job of seeing the court and delivering a good hittable ball to her pins. From the end line Taylor has a consistent jump float with a solid technique. Through continued reps her power will develop and her serve will become increasingly more difficult for the opponents to pass. As Taylor enters her sophomore year we are excited to see how she grows and develops as a player. We know that she will make a good addition to a college program in the future.