Kenten Egbert
Kenten Egbert
Kenten Egbert




Miami (OH)
Tipp city (HS) • OH
6-2 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Gem city throwbacks


2019 National

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Ran a 7.67 60-yard dash. A right-handed hitter that starts in a taller stance. Barrel starts vertical prior to flattening before launch. Creates energy with his lower half through a leg kick load and controlled stride. A middle of the lineup type guy with swings with intent. His natural loft allows him to lift the baseball without sacrificing natural tools. Consistently drove the ball with authority to both fields. Registered a top exit velocity of 84 mph. A mechanically sound third baseman with feel for the spot. Does a nice job of creating angles with his footwork to play through the baseball efficiently. Glove is reliable and he maintains actions on the move. Showed 81 mph arm strength across the diamond.

A right-handed pitching prospect in the 2019 class. On the mound the right-hander has an uptempo delivery that requires some effort. Arm action is long and he works through a near ¾ slot. Arm is fast with some looseness to it. His slot give natural, heavy run to his 83-85 mph fastball. Complements his fastball with a tight, 10/4 shaped breaking ball. The pitch has good depth to it with enough movement to miss barrels at 69-72 mph.

a long limbed 6-foot-1, 160-pound prospect with a ton of upside. A good athlete, showed a fast arm and low effort delivery from a ¾ slot. Showed quickness in his arm and consistently sat in the low-80s with his fastball, touching 83 mph. Egbert also displayed confidence in array of offspeed pitches. His best off-speed pitch was his slider that he threw hard at 72-73 mph that darted across the plate with late life. His 10/4 curveball showed sharp, downward movement at 67-70 mph. Used a changeup that when down in the zone had some sink at 66-70 mph. Mixed in a knuckle ball that he is still developing that had dance to it at 63-65 mph.  At the plate he starts with a balanced, athletic stance from the right side. An upper-half dominate hitter that uses little to no stride and relies on strength and bat speed. Exit velocity was 74 mph but should increase as he learns to use his lower half more efficiently. At third base he showed decent range while fielding the ball deep into his body. From a low-3/4 slot he was able to reach a top velocity of 78 mph across the diamond. Ran a 7.56 60-yard dash.  
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