Aaron Kauser
Aaron Kauser
Aaron Kauser




Capital University
St. Francis Desales (HS) • OH
5-11 • 184LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ohio Independence


2019 National

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5-foot-10, 170-pound. Right-handed pitcher with an average build. Delivery is compact, using a chest high lift with some counter rotation. Works down the mountain good direction with level shoulders finishing slightly closed at footstrike. Fastball works out of a low three-quarter slot with slight cut in action at 74 to 78 mph. Shows good for the the breaking ball, a pitch that has slurvy action at 67 to 69 mph.


5-foot-10, 170-pounds. Right-handed hitting catching prospect. Begins crouched with a slightly open stance. Slight bat tilt through the load, whips barrel through zone with hands. Recorded an exit velocity of 72 mph. Lacks fluidity coming out of the crouch. Uses a long transfer, throws were accurate topping at 70 mph and recording a 2.16-2.22 pop time. Also ran a 5.19 home to first.


Right-handed bat that starts in a tall setup. Uses a small leg lift for timing as barrel flows to a vertical launch. Offers a balanced combination of strength and speed through the zone on a level path. Barrel shows some whip/authority through contact. Would be aided by more of a back load with hands to get more stretch/create balance. Behind the dish he starts a lower crouch before getting out with solid direction. Actions are fluid with exchange skills showing to be on par for class. Could easily see himself below 2.0 in pops with increased arm strength.
60-yard dash: 7.85
Pop Times: 2.09-2.23
Catcher Velocity: 62
Exit Velocity: 75


Scouting Report: 5-foot-10, 170-pound athletic body frame. From behind the plate he uses adequate footwork and gets his momentum going into good direction on his throws to second base. Throws with an ideal catcher’s arm action recording pop times between 2.12-2.28 reaching a top velocity of 71 mph. Right-handed hitter starts from a tall stance. Hands stay quiet and he is able to produce barrel whip through the zone, finishing with a high follow through. Showed the ability to use the whole field during his round of batting practice. Recorded a top exit velocity of 71 mph and ran a 7.95 60-yard dash. On the mound he throws using regular effort, offering a four-pitch mix. Lands slightly across his body during foot strike and throws with a shorter arm action through a ¾ slot and average arm speed. Fastball has some arm-side run at times between 75-78 mph. Curveball has a tight 11/5 shape with gradual sinking movement at 63-67 mph. Throws his changeup with fastball arm speed between 70-71 mph. His cutter has tight cutting action at 70-72 mph.

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