Tristan Kenzevich
Tristan Kenzevich
Tristan Kenzevich
Tristan Kenzevich
Tristan Kenzevich




Burrell (HS) • PA
6-0 • 175LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Hardcore Elite Black 16u


2022 National

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Physical: Projectable, lengthy 6-foot, 175lb frame with a longer upper-half. 7.43 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: LHH - Crouched, upright stance as the knees leaned slightly out over the chalk line. Utilized a leg-lift stride to initiate an accurate, flat barrel path into the hitting zone. Generated a lot of leverage in a pull-side approach during his round, showing off clean rotational skills en route to a T92 mph bat-exit velocity. Recorded a 20% fly ball rate up to a 337 foot batted ball distance (via Trackman) for doubles power to the RF side, but kept consistent, low line-drives on this date. Room for more lower-half efficiency, which will continue improving metrics. 

Defensively: The outfielder featured a “hop” in the prep step, stalking the ball downhill with adequate pace. Fielded off his right side, corralling cleanly and took four gather steps (left right, left right) before releasing from a shorter H ¾ slot (73 mph arm, accurate, corner OF projection).


Physical: Lean, well-proportioned 6-foot, 160lber with projection in the build and present athleticism. 7.09 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH - Balanced, slightly bent stance with the barrel deep on the backside of the shoulder to start; utilized the ground well throughout the forward move with a knee knock stride and rocking move to launch; initiating through a flat path into the zone. Good whip out in front while staying stacked over the backside at foot strike allowing for big-time juice when on-time to pull. Showed off a strong top hand yielding a 33% line drive rate and a tangible 90 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball, pointing towards above-average bat to ball skills at the plate. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder stayed down through the baseball at the fielding window with solid footwork early in the route; a soft glove hand played evenly off the right foot and funneled inward to a clean exchange. Accurate, short arm-swing from a high ¾ release, yielding some arm-side run to the plate (74 mph arm). Projects a stay in centerfield/left field moving forward.


Physical: Lean, athletic 6-foot, 160-pound frame with some strength in the actions. 7.31 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH - Backward leaning, slightly bent setup from a wide start as the elbow began high in the back. Utilized a leg lift stride while holding the drive leg well throughout the forward move, the barrel worked through a flat path and across the body on occasion, ending with a slightly upright posture at the plate. Featured a mostly pull-side approach during batting practice with leverage present on pitches out over the dish, showcased confidence in bat to ball skills evidenced by an 81% on-plane efficiency. Got up to a 92 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball with room for more as he matures. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder flashed adequate footwork with a moderately low posture at the fielding window, early momentum present, but lost some after fielding. Accurate, high ¾ slot with solid arm action; 73 mph arm strength on the plate. 


Physical: 6-foot-0, 160 pounds; Lean, athletic frame. 7.22 runner in the 60.
Offensively: LHH. Wide stance with some bend in the knees and high hands; quick, small leg kick. Average effort with upward swing path throughout, high two-handed finish.  Consistent pull side contact; peak Trackman exit velocity of 88 MPH.
Defensively: Low, wide base with bend in the knees; Controlled footwork on approach. Fields the ball in front of his glove foot and transfers during a crowhop; Medium arm swing with a high 3/4 arm slot. OF - 71 MPH.


Physical: Long and athletic 6-foot, 160-pound frame with a feel for his body. 7.22 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Wide, even stance with a slight bend in the knees as the barrel starts over the back as the hands begin next to the ear. Utilized a knee-knock stride in order to initiate a slightly uphill path. The elbow gets slotted early and the hands ride through towards contact creating a pull-side approach at the front of the plate. The top hand worked exclusively to get through the baseball, but pulls out of the zone after contact on occasion. Hit into a stiff front side while recording a maximum bat-exit velocity of 89 mph according to Trackman Baseball, the lower half was athletic and adjustable on pitches in any quadrant. 

Defensively: The primary outfielder showcased adequate footwork during defensive evaluations, arrived on time to the baseball with a glove hand working off of the right foot on the approach. Got directional towards the target on throws out of a ¾ slot, OF - 73 mph.

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