When you've been a college coach for over 25 years, run countless numbers of camps, and have personally scouted thousands upon thousands of players in person (that's not an exaggeration)... you begin to notice certain trends. One that has always pained me is when I talk to a player that could have
had a legitimate shot at playing in college BUT they spent the past 3 or 4 years working on the wrong things.
They just didn't know it.
If only they could go back in time, find out exactly what they needed to focus on. Then spend the next 2-3 years laser focused on the specific things recruiters care about...
They could have been signing a letter of intent to play college baseball next year.
Unfortunately, I can't reverse time.
[Shortcoming of mine, I know.]
But what I can do, is do my best to prevent that from ever happening to you.
Which is why I created a service to discover exactly what YOU NEED TO DO to 'wow' scouts and have a mailbox stuff full of letters from schools all over the country.
It's called the "College Development Evaluation," where I, an actual Division 1 pitch coach and recruiter am going to evaluate you as if I'm recruiting you.
In the end, you'll have an accurate, non-bias review of exactly where you are now and what you need to do to play at the college level.