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Elijah Cabell

(Updated July 2021)
Redshirt Sophomore
Winter Park, Fla.
high school
TNXL Academy


  • 2021 MLB Draft: 17th Round (511), St. Louis Cardinals
  • ACC Player of the Week – February 24, 2020
  • 2018 MLB Draft: 14th Round (425), Milwaukee Brewers


Finished in Top 50 nationally in both home runs (15) and home runs per game (0.30)…hit a career-best .264 with 42 hits, 40 RBI and 25 runs scored…drew 31 walks and was hit by four pitches…tied for seventh in the ACC in home runs and 15th in walks…had a four-game stretch with a home run, the first Nole since 2015 to do so (Mat Nelson and Logan Lacey did it later in the 2021 season)…has been hit by 32 pitches in his career, tied with Nelson and Mark Barineau for eighth-most in a career in Seminole history…teamed with Nelson and Robby Martin for back-to-back-to-back home runs against Wake Forest on March 28…his 15th home run of the season, and 29th of his career, came in the Oxford Regional against Southern Miss…tied a career- and season-high with three hits against Clemson on May 15, including his fourth career grand slam…nationally recognized for his power, his first home run of the season traveled 489 feet against Pitt on February 28…added his lone outfield assist that same game vs. Pitt…both of his stolen bases came against Troy on May 1, a day after hitting his 11th home run…season-high four RBI against Mercer on March 31 and vs. Clemson on May 15…his 13th home run of the season was a walk-off solo blast in FSU’s 2-1 win vs. Florida Gulf Coast on May 12.


Led Florida State with 18 runs scored, 28 RBI and 7 home runs…hit .263 with a .649 slugging percentage and .488 on-base percentage…led FSU in slugging and OBP…led the country in hit by pitches with 15, tied for the 8th-most in FSU single-season history despite playing just 17 games…ranked fourth nationally with 28 RBI and eighth in the NCAA with seven home runs…started all 17 games in left field…earned first ACC Player of the Week honor after hitting three home runs against Cincinnati (February 21-23), with 11 RBI…hit a pair of grand slams on the season, against Cincinnati and at No. 12 Duke (March 8)…5 RBI against the Blue Devils tied a career-high…had four-RBI games against Niagara (February 15) and Cincinnati (twice)…tied a school record with three HBPs against the Bearcats on February 22…was hit by a pitch in 9 of 10 games from February 15 to March 1…scored a career-high four runs against Niagara…had FSU’s two longest hits of the season – home runs of 426 and 429 feet…ended the season reaching base in 16 straight games, the longest active streak on the team and a career high.

FRESHMAN (2019):

Started 54 games and appeared in 58 as a true freshman, hitting .220 with 36 hits, nine doubles and seven home runs…knocked in 25 runs, drew 39 walks and reached base at a .404 clip after getting hit by 13 pitches (fourth-most in the ACC)…preseason ACC Freshman of the Year from D1Baseball…one of six Noles with at least 7 home runs on the season…hit the first home run of his career against Maine on February 16 and had the first of FSU’s two grand slams on the season against Youngstown State on February 23…scored a season-high four runs against the Penguins while adding a season-high five RBI…also drew three walks against Youngstown State…stole a pair of bases against Maine in his FSU debut on Opening Day…also had two against Wake Forest in late April…made a pair of appearances in the outfield against Arkansas and Michigan in the College World Series but did not record an at-bat in Omaha.


A late addition to the Seminoles’ 2018 class…rated as the No. 38 overall player and No. 9 outfielder in the country by Perfect Game…No. 70 overall player by Baseball America…No. 7 player in Florida and No. 2 outfielder in the state by Perfect Game…14th Round pick of the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2018 MLB Draft…was a 2018 Rawlings/Perfect Game All-American and All-Florida first team…participated in the USA Baseball 17U National Team Development Program…2017 Rawlings/Perfect Game first team underclass All-American…chose Florida State over Virginia, North Carolina and LSU, among other offers…majoring in humanities…born June 30, 1999.