Jonathan Gillman
Jonathan Gillman
Jonathan Gillman
Jonathan Gillman

CLASS OF 2017

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Jonathan
Gillman

Hope College
Fenton (HS) • MI
5-10 • 180LBS • R/R

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8/9/16
Gillman has a strong 5-foot-10, 185-pound build. He stands narrow and upright while having loose hands and an uphill plane to his swing. Had an exit velocity of 78 mph and ran the 60-yard dash in 7.10. In the outfield, he fields the ball out front and sets his feet like an infielder before getting rid of the ball with a velocity of 74 mph. Behind the plate, he gets out of his crouched position quickly on the throws to second base and has a smooth transfer with pop times of 1.90-2.00 and a velocity of 72 mph.

6/28/16
Gillman is a 5-foot-10, 185 pound prospect with a strong build. Hits from a wide, open stance using a crouch. Steps in well swinging on a level plane. 80 mph exit velocity. He’s quick out of his crouch to make the throw to 2B. Popped a 1.95-2.05 to 2B. A very active 3B with good receiving skills. 76 mph infield velocity.

1/19/15
5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect. Good stance behind the plate with ability to stick pitches, blocks the baseball well. Pop time of 1.98-2.06. Good actions in the outfield with an accurate arm. Threw 69 mph from the outfield. Ran a 4.50 home to first. Closed off stance in an inside/out approach at the plate. Bat speed registered at 72 mph.

6/16/15
5-foot-10, 185-pound prospect. Good setup. Receives well behind the plate. Quick feet and transfer resulted in 2.03 Pop time. Stays in front of the baseball well while at third base. Wind up and throw across the diamond needs to be shortened up a bit. Arm velocity was 74 MPH from third base. At the plate, likes the ball down. Keeps hands inside nicely. Quick swing and gap-to-gap approach. 79 MPH bat exit velocity. 

 

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