Venezuela – Jorge Gil

7th Annual POWER SHOWCASE HOME RUN DERBY

VENEZUELA REPRESENTATIVE

JORGE GIL

6’5/ 220 / OF / RHP

Playing in:

Featured

World Classic – TEAM WORLD

 

 

7th Annual POWER SHOWCASE Results:

METAL BAT STATISTICS:

3 HRs

Consecutive HRs – 2

LD 451′

OVERALL HRS – 3

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Primary Position  OF

Secondary Position  RHP

Bat  Right

Throw   Right

Arm Velocity (MPH)   93

Batting Average (Spring)   467

HRs Hit (Spring)   8

Run Time (60)   6.87

ACADEMIC INFORMATION

High School: Elev8 sports Institute

Delray Beach, FL

Grade  12

Graduation Year  2013

GPA   3.6

College Commitment  Alabama State Unitversity

 H.S. Coach:  Tommy Murphy

(561)512-0022

tommy@elev8si.com

   ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

  • 2012 PG Florida qualifier All Tourney Team
  • 2012 team Star – East Cobb tournament 17u Marrieta-Ga
  • 2012 Team Star in BCS 17u in  Ft. Myers
  • 2012 home rum derby select BCS 17u Ft Myers
  • 2011 team star- game ready showcase November

 

TEAM AWARDS

 

  • 2012 3rd place BCS 17u Ft Myer
PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Jorge Gil & Magaly Perez

490 Dotterel Road

Delray Beach, Florida 33444

H: (786)340-0485

Jorge:  (786)208-7752

gilgonzalez2@gmail.com

Magaly: magalyperez41@hotmail.com

Jorge:  jorgitox24@hotmail.com

 
Jorge has partnered with Miracle League of Delray Beach for Home Runs that Help

 

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 SCOUTING REPORT
Ranked by PG in the top rank velocity arm
COACH COMMENT
Jorge is a power hitting Outfielder with huge tools and a lot of upside.  I have coached him all summer and will have him for his senior year as well.  I played professionally for ten years with two years in the Major leagues. I also coached for two years at the D1 level.  Jorge has the ability to play at a very high level. His arm and hitting abilities are well above average and his power is off the charts. He has some foot speed and he is becoming  a good outfielder.  Jorge is a good kid and a hard worker, he is learning our culture and how to play baseball in America.  He will play for a long time and has a bright future ahead of him. – Coach Tommy Murphy