Tall and lean with some muscular development possible. Overall, large frame through the hips and shoulders, lower half is larger which makes him play taller. Works with a 2S and 4S, but is currently in love with the 4S. Four-seamer can get flat when he tries to dial it up. At its best, four-seamer has a sharp plane that he can keep low in the zone. Horizontal movement on two-seamer can become sharper down the line. Four seamer sits in the 94-96 mph range and touches 97-100 mph when he dials it up. Two seamer is 90-93 mph. Two-seamer has plus movement when thrown 90-91 mph. Throws a power curve that mainly sits in the 86-87 mph range; much better offering when thrown at 83-84 mph. Changeup is a solid circle change with late hand side action and depth away; mainly a 81-82 mph offering. Gausman has good depth in his delivery, an initial soft landing knee bend and a nice downhill motion with the lower half. His hip/torso has some lag in it that looks to be beyond 45 degrees, which is how he throws with impressive speed but has a smooth delivery to go along with it. Tends to having a rocking motion, but his arm slots are ideal. His lead elbow is in a good spot at toe touch, and he has a nice drag of the arm. Can cross his body at times and at other times he tends to get himself open too much. Tends to show a bit of recoil about 6″- 8″ in front of his body, which can be attributed to a slight hip slap. Has a collapsing delivery and sometimes fails to get over his front. Is a thrower right now: will occasionally hit his spots, but simply looses command too often in the name of power. Has just average control as a result of his power arsenal. Lightning arm speed and a body that can fill out a good 15-20 pounds. Long arms and legs should press a longer stride and extend his release point, which will make his entire arsenal more effective.