J.J. Gonzalez

CLASS OF 2019

SS
3B

J.J.
Gonzalez

Central Florida
Winter Haven (HS) • FL
6-1 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: FTB Tucci 55

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10/12/18 - Central Florida commit. 6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed infielder. Gonzalez looks the part, with present athleticism and a projectable frame. He works with rhythm defensively and athleticism works well. Offensively, there is some length, but the bath is compact and will continue to improve with strength. Ran a 6.76 60 yard dash with long easy stride. 

08/15/18- UCF recruit. Slender ATH build w projection. Loose and smooth actions w body control. Length in his limbs. Whippy bat with gaps approach. Hits the ball hard to all fields. Advanced approach. Slightly long swing but generates enough bat speed and is athletic enough to compensate. 89 EV. Sneaky pop and can get to whatever is currently in the tank due to consistent barrels. Projectable frame enables future power . Hit a no-doubter to left field in Sunday game. Pretty raw defensively. Rangy strides creates possibility to reach plays further out. Hands are solid. Has the athleticism. Needs to get better jumps and generally speed up in the field. Projectable player w some tools starting to shine through. A lot is to be determined with Gonzalez but there is plenty of upside both offensively and defensively. Has a chance to hit, has a chance for some power, and has the tools to play above average w the glove. 
05/20/18- UCF recruit, he has a long-limbed, projectable frame at 6-foot-3, 170 pounds. Ran a 8.97 60 and has long athletic strides. Defensively, there are present tools. His hands work and has athleticism. He could work with more tempo and quicken the transfer, which would allow him to utilize the athleticism. There are a lot of tools and could make some big strides. Same goes offensively. The long arms create some length, but also create easy leverage and power potential. The swing is more line-drive centric, but there is bat speed and a lot of room to fill out and add strength to the frame. High ceiling with a lot of projection. 
8.26.16- A tall, lean and athletic right handed hitting shortstop was impressive offensively and defensively. At the plate he shows good rhythm with a leg kick which generates above average bat speed on a slightly uphill path. Looks to be some power potential. At short he looks confident and under control with soft quiet hands and accurate throws.

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