The College Baseball Coaches Camps are just that, camps that are run by college coaches. There are a few main goals.
- Give you a chance to learn on the field and off the field from college coaches. Showcases have their purposes, but camps allow you to get to know coaches and see them on a different level.
- To be at a well organized, roster limited event. Some camps are too overwhelming with the numbers of kids. We keep the major of our camps limited in roster size.
- Give you an evaluation of your game as it stands now, along with things you need to work on to reach your potential.
Work With the College Coaches to Unlock Your Game
High school players will interact and learn from some of the best coaches in college baseball. Every player who attends may not go on to play Division I ball—it’s competitive to land a roster spot at any level—but we work hard to unlock some part of each player’s game. We make the time spent worthwhile.
Showcase your skills to leading college coaches
Our camps also offer a showcase. College coaches from all levels receive a firsthand look at all parts of each athlete’s game.
Pitchers throw bullpens (and live in games at most events). Position players do pregame defensive workouts (and play in games at most events). Hitters will hit bp (and live in games at most events). All players run 60 yard dashes and receive strength training instruction.
The results speak for themselves. Many of our players have made college rosters. In fact, if you go to our testimonials page, you will see a small sample of some of the athletes that have been recruited directly out of our camps. Meaning, these are not just the kids playing college baseball, but ones who were found at our camps.