An imposing prospect at 6-foot-6 and 260 pounds, Gore has the potential to impact on both sides of the ball at a variety of positions. However, the Shrine Bowl coaches wanted to take another look at him as an offensive tackle.
"I feel like I did alright," Gore stated after the workout. "I think I was a little shaky during the one-on-ones. I got here a little late and wasn't fully stretched out, but I did pretty good.
"The coaches said they mainly wanted me for the offensive line, but they also said they might take a look at me on the defensive line."
Prior to the Shrine Bowl workout Gore was in Columbia, South Carolina visiting the South Carolina Gamecocks. With double-digit offers, he recently cut his list.
"I've finally narrowed it down to four," he said. "I've got it down to Clemson, South Carolina, [NC] State and Duke.
"I've already been to South Carolina, I visited them today, and I've been to State a bunch of times. I've also visited Duke in the past. I'm going to Clemson tomorrow."
With a decision coming in the near future, Gore admits that he doesn't have a solid favorite but a few schools may hold the inside track.
"Well, I'd say academically it would be Duke as my favorite," he said. "If it didn't work out with football at Duke I'd always have academics to fall back on.
"It's probably between South Carolina and Clemson football-wise."
When is he looking to give a commitment?
"I hope to make a decision in the next couple of weeks."
Gore, who projects to be a full academic qualifier, indicated that he currently has no other visits scheduled following yesterday's trip to Clemson.