EJ Kuster
EJ Kuster
EJ Kuster
EJ Kuster
EJ Kuster
EJ Kuster

CLASS OF 2023

1B
RHP

EJ
Kuster

Greendale (HS) • WI
6-3 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: STiKS Academy

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8/17/20

Positional Profile: RHP/1B
Body: 6-3, 182-pounds. Lean, athletic makeup that projects.
Delivery: Slow tempo, rhythm to level leg lift at balance point with hip turn/tuck and coil in torso. Fluid stride down mound, short landing while working on line, tall finish.
Arm Action: RH. Shorter draw to quick circle to release point; 3/4 slot.
FB: T79, 78-78 mph. Steady arm-side run.
CB: 65-66 mph. Showed the ability to spot it glove side, off the plate. Plane is 10/4, flashed sharp, with depth.
CH: 70-73 mph. Tunnels well off of fastball; similar arm speed and action. Fade/run with an ability to locate under the zone.

Hit: RHH. Balanced setup, hands load back as front shoulder closes, short stride.  Quick hands, level bat path with an elevated attack angle, does lift to the pull-side through contact. Did flash some power to left field, hit one that traveled 333 feet at 90.44 mph, per TrackMan.
Power: 79 mph exit velocity from the tee.
Arm: RH. INF - 73 mph. Short arm action, high 3/4 slot.
Defense: Lateral foot shuffle, quick hip turn on double play feeds, long to release at times.
Run: 7.71 runner in the 60.

6/02/19

Tennemann’s teammate EJ Kuster (Greendale, 2023) provided the middle-of-the-order punch for PTA Cardinal 14U. The right/right first baseman was aggressive in the batter’s box on Day Two and it led to two hard-hit doubles, both pulled into the left-center gap – and one actually looked like it had to juice to clear the fence off the barrel. Kuster’s big 6-foot-2 frame helps him create some leverage at the plate, leading to some power potential from the right side. projectable Plus body, athletic lanky, rocket 2b to left. Reached on an error, double to left field where he picked up and rbi, and a walk. Shows an aggressive approach throughout the game and produced hard contact when he got his pitch. Game 2: smoked a double over the center fielder’s head,shows an aggressive approach for his age.

4/07/19

Positional Profile: RHP/1B
Body: 6-foot-2, 167-pounds. Lanky, athletic, projectable frame.
Defense: Clean exchange.
Arm: RH. INF - 75 mph. Long arm action, 3/4 slot.
Hit: RHH. Athletic setup, fluid rhythm, bat wrap load, leg kick/short stride.  Long/uphill path, repeated contact, flashed gap-to-gap ability.
Power: 78 mph exit velocity from the tee. Flashed advanced bat speed for his age, finds the barrel.
Run: 7.63 runner in the 60.
Delivery: Side rocker step, tall balance point, tall and fall delivery, lands slightly open.
Arm Action: RH. Long and loose arm, quick arm speed, 3/4 slot.
FB: T76, 74-76 mph. Played arm side run, hard action.
CB: 59-62 mph. 10/4 shape, flashed depth, maintains arm speed.
CH: 64-69 mph. Maintains arm speed, plays arm side run, fade movement, has feel.

8/05/18

(Junior Future Games) - 6-foot-1, 160-pound, right-handed hitting two-way player, XL frame for age. At the plate, short stride, back/drop load, long, uphill bat path, exit velocity topped 76 mph from a tee. At first base, hands work, arm is long and loose, throws topped 70 mph across. On the mound, strides short and in-line, closed toe landing, athletic finish towards first base. Whippy arm action, ¾ to low ¾ slot. Fastball, 2-seam run early out of the hand, sat 72-74 mph. Curveball played 62-66 mph.

6/22/18

Tall projectable right-handed pitcher with strong build. Easy arm action out of a high ¾ slot, low effort. Short stride, lands square, occasionally slightly closed. Fastball sat in 71-73 mph range, control a work in progress. Threw a couple curveballs, 11/6 shape, 65 mph. Offensively shows present power with long levers from the right side of the plate. Four-hole hitter, path has some length, creates bat speed, ability to get on top of the baseball and backspin to both gaps. Hit two home runs in first two at bats of Junior Future Series.

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