PBR IA Uncommitted Spotlight: '20 Mason Gersdorf, MIF, Davenport Central


Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Iowa


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Mason Gersdorf

Class of 2020 / SS

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2020
  • Primary Position: SS
    Secondary Position: 3B
  • High School: Davenport Central
    State: IA
  • Summer Team: Scott County Babe Ruth
  • Height: 5-10
    Weight: 165lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Pitching
78
Max FB
(08/11/19)
77 - 78
FB
(08/11/19)
71 - 72
CB
(08/11/19)
67 - 68
KN
(08/11/19)
Pitching
Max FB
78
FB
77 - 78
CB
71 - 72
KN
67 - 68
Position
6.91
60-yard
(08/11/19)
77
INF Velo
(08/11/19)
87
Exit Velo
(08/11/19)
Position
60-yard
6.91
INF Velo
77
Exit Velo
87

Videos

(8/11/19)

 

PBR: What schools have expressed interest in you?
GERSDORF: I have received letters and emails from almost every Div. 3 school in Iowa, and I have also received calls and emails from Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, South and North Dakota, and Michigan. Iowa, Northwestern, Western Illinois, Notre Dame, Indiana, Central Florida, are the Div. 1 schools that have emailed and talked with me.

PBR: Have you taken any visits, or have any visits scheduled in the near future?
GERSDORF: I have visited Rock Island Augustana, Central College in Iowa, Northwestern University, Univ. of Iowa, I am also scheduled to visit some others in between sports...

PBR: Are you looking for anything in particular in a school? (Example: high academics, certain academic program, local, etc.)
GERSDORF: I am looking for Academics first and then food service (will have to eat there everyday), and training facilities. I also am looking at the cities and how they back or support the schools.

PBR: What were some of your highlights during your junior year?
GERSDORF: My Junior year was all about grades and GPA. I had a great time in all three sports as well. I have been involved in a lot of things, jazz band and show choir, travel for bands to Florida, meeting lots of new friends mainly girlfriend. Traveling to schools and showcases or college sports camps with my Grandfather and Mom. Playing in and performing in front of family and friends.

PBR: What are your goals for this year?
GERSDORF: This year is about enjoying my Senior year experience. Pep auds, rallies, Homecoming Court, Prom, excelling as a senior in the sports I am involved in. Finishing my required classes to graduate with Honors!!! Take my required college entrance tests. Having fun with the friends before we all split up for school, work, or service...

PBR: Do you play any other sports?
GERSDORF: Yes, I have been on Varsity Golf, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Wrestling. Baseball is my passion!!! I also was involved in band and show choir band playing saxophone.

PBR: What is your ACT and GPA?
GERSDORF: I am on First Honors and have been since Freshman year. I have been a member of National Honors Society for 3 years. I took ACT in Junior year but want to retake to receive above 25 on all my scores. I am in top 10% of class and would like to graduate with a 3.8 or higher...

 

Just a quick note on Rob and PBR.  I wished I would have done PBR in my Sophomore and Junior years, to see my improvement and development. They have done a great job in hosting my web page and videos. Schools have demanded this from players and it is the route they are all heading. Schools travel budgets get cut so they have to recruit more on line. PBR has made it easy to be seen by LOTS of schools... THANK YOU