Tim Tebow hasn't played professional football since 2012. Apparently the former first round draft pick will be looking to start a professional career as a baseball player. First reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, that Tebow plans on working out for MLB teams with his agent Jimmy Sexton. It has not been confirmed which MLB teams Tim Tebow will be working out for. Tebow lasted played baseball his junior year at Allen D. Nease High School where he hit .494 for the season. His formwr high school coach Greg "Boo" Mullins called Tebow a six tool player. "He had arm strength, he could run, could hit, he could hit for power, he could field. Former MLB pro Gary Sheffield called Tebow a "Natural" he has IT. Tim Tebow is currently an ESPN analyst, his contract allows him to pursue player in opportunities in the NFL, but it isn't clear if those opportunities carry over to baseball. Stay tuned as this story continues to develop.
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