Gap to Gap Power-Hitting Corner INF/OF Seeking Team for 2020 Season
Name: Jamar Bray
Weight: 235 lbskg
DOB: August 26, 1997
Date Available: January 1, 2020Will Pay Flight
Positions (alt): 2B, 3B, RF, LF
College: Cleary University
I am bringing a passion to the game that will be there day in and day out, an understanding of being patient along with knowing the work to put in for being a professional baseball player. Wanting the opportunity to showcase the hard work and effort that has been my dream since a kid. I will show that I am the right player for any organization that picks me up, considering this will be my first time going to a new country, my focus each and every day will be making my team better, the people around me better and myself better as well. I just want the opportunity to showcase myself to a market that is untapped and will have the potential to grow. I believe I will be the right player for any league or team if given the right opportunity. I look forward to this process and growth of my professional baseball career!
Abilities summary: I am a power hitter who can drive the ball into the gap with power. I have an aggressive approach and looks for the opportunity to drive each pitch! Smooth hands for first and third with the ability to make routine and hard plays as well.
Overseas goals: Extend my career a little longer before hanging them up, Use overseas as a stepping stone into professional ball in the U.S., Experience new cultures and meet new people, Use my knowledge and experience to help grow the game globally
These Testimonials Have Been Verified
Jamar Bray..... I really like this young man and his game. Unfortunately for him he has had some bad coaching. After his junior year I was trying to get him drafted in the later rounds, but our guys wouldn’t pull the trigger . He’s a big powerful young man. 6’3 left handed hitter. If a pitcher throws him inside or hangs a breaking ball... it’s gone! What I really like about Jamar is he goes the other way. A couple of times the coaches he had wanted to only pull the ball, which effected his batting average. Jamar would be a great addition to have in the middle of the lineup. Defensively he can hold his own at first, I think his feet has to get a little better to play third, but he can play it. Jamar comes from a great family and does a lot in his community with his charity that he started. If you need any more information please let me know.
I recruited Jamar out of high school to play first base and hit in the middle of our order at Grace College. His character and his desire to play baseball were never in question. His attitude and work ethic was exceptional. He became a favorite among 'all' of his teammates and coaches. His heart, enthusiasm, drive and work ethic was what set him apart from most of his teammates. I only had one year with Jamar before I left the school, but I saw a great deal of growth with him as a player and a person. Jamar possessed the ability to drive the ball to all fields and did very well at first base for the Lancers.
Playing Preferences Europe (Summer), Canada (Summer), Asia (Summer)
Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with a host family
Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season
Prior engagements: None
Recent injuries/illnesses: None
Traveling with a companion: No