Jake Gilhaus
Jake Gilhaus
Jake Gilhaus
Jake Gilhaus




Kalamazoo College
Normal Community (HS) • IL
6-1 • 225LBS • R/R


2016 National

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1.20.16 - Verbally committed to Kalamazoo College.
1.19.14 - 6-foot-1, 210-pound two way player. On the mound delivery shows balance and works online. Arm plays from a high ¾ slot, shorter loose arm action. Fastball is mostly straight, shows control, 78-79 mph. Curveball has 12/6 shape, some depth, 62-68 mph. Throws straight change, slightly decelerated arm action, 62-63 mph. Offensively showed some pop, 81 mph exit velocity. Showed natural actions around the bag, loose arm action, showed some soft hands, fluid footwork around the bag.
7/23/13 - 6-foot-1, 210-pound two-way player recorded three hits and three RBI through two Top Prospect Games. Gilhaus showed strength at the plate and stays through the ball well. His exit velocity registered 82 mph from the tee. Defensively he displayed athletic footwork at first-base and threw 76 mph across the diamond. On the mound he showed some rhythm and balance in his tall-and-fall delivery. His arm action is short and loose from over the top. Downhill fastball showed some run from 75-80 mph. 12/6 curveball ranged 60-65 mph with control.
1/20/13 - Class of 2016 graduate with 6-foot, 210-pound frame. On mound, fastball topped at 80 mph with some effort. Coils front side, over-the-top arm slot, with drop and drive delivery. Curveball flashed 12/6 break in the 60-63 range. Changeup ranged between 64-66 mph. Offensively, showed some pull-side power potential from right side. Defensively, feel around the bag and solid glovework. Ran an 8.84 60.
8/8/12  Jake is a physical young kid that has considerable upside. As a 6-foot, 175-pound two-way player who demonstrated some legitimate power potential at the plate. With a strong foundation and approach, Jake has the building blocks to become a premier prospect in the state as he grows into his body. On the mound Jake featured a 74-76 mph fastball from an over the top slot. He works downhill well, which will pay dividends as he matures. His curveball also showed well with some bite and control.

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