For Immediate Release
September 15, 2016
New York, NY.
Former Perkiomen Valley and Shippensburg and Seattle Seahawks mini -camp ‘14, quarterback Zach Zulli, is currently training and preparing for a MLB showcase work-out as a pitcher. Zulli who played High School Baseball before focusing on Football has high velocity and good movement on his ball. In high school Zach threw in the low 90’s and has developed significantly physically since then and has a much stronger arm now, given all the years of football training under his belt.
“Zulli, a 2012 Harlon Hill winner (Division II Heisman), set the NCAA Division II record in touchdown passes (54) while leading the Raiders to an 11-2 record and a second-round appearance in the NCAA playoffs in 2012. In 2013, Zulli passed for 3500 yards and 35 touchdowns in a 7-4 season. He closed out his career with 10,988 passing yards and 123 passing touchdowns”.
“Zulli went undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft but 10 teams had shown interest in him (Seattle, Miami, New England, San Diego, Chicago, Houston, New Orleans, Kansas City, Oakland and Atlanta) while the Canadian Football League and Europe Football League had also shown interest”. (Credit too Sam Stewart of The Mercury)
At 6’1” and 205 lbs. Zulli has good size, with a cannon for an arm and he is deadly accurate. The transition from football to baseball is not a big leap for Zulli. “This is not a publicity stunt, Zach is the real deal”, said Jimmy Goldsmith CVO, of BIG and Zulli’s agent. We already have interest in Zach from several major league teams. He has the velocity, ball movement and accuracy and will make a BIG impression on MLB scouts in an upcoming work – out to be scheduled.
For more information please contact :
Jimmy Goldsmith – BIG