According to Jim Bowden of ESPN, Tebow graded below average in five categories, based on the 12 MLB scouts that he spoke to who attended the workout. The MLB scouting scale goes 20-80, with 50 being major-league average.
Arm- 40 (No carry)
Fielding- 45 (Needs footwork)
Hitting- 35 (Grooved uppercut swing)
Power- 55 (Raw power)
Running- 55 (6.7 60-yard dash time)
While Tebow displayed raw power and slightly above-average running skills, it’s going to take a lot more than that to warrant a professional baseball contract.
Tebow's throwing from RF? So-so. One scout would grade it a 40 on the scouts' 20-80 scale, another a 30.
Perhaps, a minor-league deal could be in his future, but based on the general consensus from scouts, it’s going to be a difficult, uphill battle for Tebow to make it in pro baseball. And he’s going to have to start at rock bottom and work his way up.