Kurtz isn't too far off from Spencer Torkelson in terms of skills, the builds and handedness are where they differ. The approach is advanced, he rarely chases, and has hit the ball as hard as 117.3 mph in his career. He hits nearly 60% of his batted balls hard but he also hits 31% of them between 10 and 35 degrees. His barrel accuracy and feel to hit are all great. It's the complete offensive package at 1B with size and left-handed juice. He's been about as productive as any college hitter over the last two years. But since he's at 1B, there's plenty of risk here and projecting an amateur hitter's production into the pro level is far too difficult and since he doesn't have the defense to keep him afloat when he struggles there's too much risk and not enough upside to make him a top-5 talent, for now. He's an above-average, maybe plus defender at first, and the offense might just be good enough to raise his lower percentile outcome.