For a high school baseball player, the key to getting recruited, like so many other sports, is to be seen. A highlight video can play a huge part in being seen, but for many ball players, showcases can also [Read More]
What to know before you take a swing at playing college ball
As a baseball recruit or parent of a baseball recruit, it’s easy to live in a bubble made up of teammates, opponents, coaches, friends, and family. However, outside of that [Read More]
Be ready for your recruiting pitch
As a baseball player, you’ve likely been reminded at every level of the importance of timing at the plate, on the mound, and on the bases. However, if you’re looking to play baseball in college, timing [Read More]
Getting your cuts in college takes more than extra BP
One of the tenets of Boston Red Sox immortal Ted Williams’ hitting approach was “Get a good pitch to hit.” And you’ve likely heard coaches tell you to, “Wait for your pitch.” [Read More]
The opportunity for a full-ride scholarship is just the beginning
For many high school athletes, attending a junior college is considered the choice of last resort. The reasons for that could be they don’t qualify academically, don’t earn any interest from coaches [Read More]
Which camps can improve your skills and raise your recruiting profile?
While there are more than half a million high school baseball players in the United States, only about 12% of them will go on to play at any [Read More]
What you need to know before you go to bat in the recruiting process.
Thanks to media attention, most everyone is familiar with how the college football or basketball recruiting process works. But if you [Read More]