• Michigan
  • Michigan Wolverines
    Hard Commit - 5/3/2024

Avery Gach

  • Pos OT
  • Height 6-5
  • Weight 290

Prospect Info

  • High School Wylie E. Groves
  • City Franklin, MI
  • Class 2025

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Scouting Report

Evaluated 03/13/2024

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Reminds Us Of

Ben Bredeson Baltimore Ravens

High school offensive tackle who can be a swing guy at the next level. Tenacious, physical player who goes to the whistle and finishes plays. Shows functional strength and pad level in addition to the pure willingness to want to move defenders off the ball, all making for a dominant run blocker. Still technically coming along in pass set and pass pro. Physicality shows up in his punch there also. Left tackle in high school who may be more suited as a right side option or interior player at the high-major level. Has added good weight and strength and will continue to do so. Is a solid base-level athlete, but can also continue to improve on pure explosiveness and lateral agility. High-floor type prospect who will give a high-major school depth at several positions and should be a dependable multi-year starter at the Power Five level.

H.S. Athletic Background

Starter at tackle since his freshman season. MHSFCA First Team All-State selection as a junior. Also plays baseball.
Avery Gach is an Offensive Tackle from Franklin, MI.

Sources Tell Us

“Well, Avery has great size, he's tall and he has worked hard when he comes to the weight room. He's strong, has great feet, moves well and I think that's what colleges are looking at is his size and ability. As soon as he gets on the field, he flips a switch and goes right to wanting to be physical out there, blocking to the end of the whistle and finishing plays. Off the field, Avery is a great young man. Avery likes to finish plays and doesn’t believe the play is done until the whistle blows and he’s moved his guy off the line and knocked him off the ball. That’s something that’s in him. That’s his mindset. He wants to be physical, move guys and finish.” -- Groves offensive line coach Mike Salter.

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