Justin Ebert
Justin Ebert
Justin Ebert




High Point
Terry Sanford (HS) • NC
5-10 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Evoshield Canes


2019 National

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Average build at 5 feet 10, 175 pounds. Right hand hitter with a tall, balanced setup. Fluid swing using a smooth leg kick to set his weight prior to launch.  Maintains balance with a strong hand path, working direct to the ball.  Line drive approach, working for extension, with average bat speed and a top end exit velocity of 86.  Strength over bat speed at this time.  Defensively, works with soft hands on the infield playing through balls with fluid footwork.  Transitions to the mid-section with active feet and a short arm action producing accurate throws that peaked 80mph. Recorded times of 4.24 in the 30-yard dash, 4.63 in the 5-10-5 agility test, and 9-4 in the standing broad jump.
Good actions on the infield.  Active feet and an accurate arm.  Soft hands work with rhythm with the feet leading to quick, clean exchanges.  Picks through to the exchange area.  Arm works to a high-3/4 slot that can drop pending the type of play, and maintain accuracy.  Short arm action produces 76 across the diamond, showing some carry.  Right handed hitter is balanced, loading the hands back with limited movement in his weight.  Better than average bat speed, stays level and in the middle of the field.  Flat bat position throughout the setup and launch, there is a feel for the barrel at contact.  Exit velocity peaked at 84.  Ran a 7.63 sixty.

Athletic and lanky, works with some ease on the infield and in the batter’s box.  Listed at 5-foot-10, 165 pounds.  Hands worked to catch the ball with some ease.  Fluid footwork and clean exchanges lead to a long arm swing and high-3/4 slot.  Throws carry, showing some ability to use multiple slots, and registering 79mph across the infield.  Offensively, the right handed hitter works from an athletic stance, loads back and uses an average stride to create better than average bat speed.  Bat path works level, working to get to extension through the ball, with a gap-to-gap approach.  Athletic, with head discipline and barrel awareness.  Strength can be added to the frame.  Exit velocity topped at 81mph.  Sixty timed at 7.93.
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