DIY College Rankings College Baseball Recruiting Resources

This is a guide to the website resources for college baseball recruiting.

College Baseball Conference Profile (free)

This email comes once a week and contains a basic college profile for a selected baseball conference. The information includes baseball team operating expenses, most recent conference standings, size, admission rates, graduation rates, tests scores, and average net price.

Spreadsheets

DIY College Rankings Baseball Spreadsheet

Spreadsheet with over 1500 four and two-year institutions that have baseball programs.

College Application Tracking Spreadsheet (free)

Spreadsheet to track your college application deadlines. Just sign-up for the up-dates using the box to the left.

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What You Need to Know About Verbal Commitments

If you’re looking to play college athletics, you can’t help but hear about verbal commitments. And if you’re pursuing an athletic scholarship, chances are that you’ll be making a verbal ...
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What Athletes Need to Know About the Ivy League Academic Index

If you’re interested in playing your sport for one of the Ivy League schools, you need to understand the Academic Index. I’m assuming that you already know that the Ivy ...
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Creating a Recruiting Video with Your Phone Resource Center

If you're an athlete trying to get recruited to play in college, then you KNOW you need to have video. You have several options for creating your video from doing-it-yourself ...
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Reality Check Part 2: Playing College Baseball

Hopefully, the previous post demonstrated that the chances of getting a scholarship to play college baseball aren’t very good. Sometimes I think parents talk about the baseball scholarship as a way to ...
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Can College Athletes Receive both Athletic and Academic Scholarships?

You would think this would be an easy question to answer. And it is for NCAA D3 schools since they aren’t allowed to offer any athletic scholarships so the answer ...
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Baseball Camps and Prospect Showcases

This post has been updated. I’ve added some camps, updated links, and removed some that don’t seem to exist anymore. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. (I ...
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3 Types of Players that Don’t get Recruited by Colleges

There are a lot of athletes and their families that are expecting to play their sport in college. And far too many of them are actually counting on an ...
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8 Ways Showcase Camps Can Be a Waste of Money

Remember when camps were something you did for a week or two in the summer or maybe over a weekend with a scouting troop? High schoolers didn’t go to camps, ...
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Using Baseball to Get Into College: The College Application Essay

When people think of using baseball to get into college, they’re usually thinking about a coach offering a full-ride scholarship to play on the team. For those who still hold ...
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Must Read for High School Baseball Players and their Parents

There is a post at the Next Level Baseball Player blog that all high school baseball players who want to play college baseball and their parents should read “A Raw ...
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  1. baseballdad63 says:

    Sometimes small schools are the best option.

    I am a parent and wanted to tell you about a small school that my Son has attended the last two years and loves it. If you need a school and want to get a chance to play college baseball please look up Florida’s best kept secret Florida Christian College (FCC) a 4 year college. You can earn many degrees that are not seen on the website, call the Registrar for information on how you can earn a major in the field you desire. Visit them at FCC.EDU then click on the athletics page, baseball and fill out the athletic form. Read about all of their accomplishments and give them a shot. My Son did and is very happy. Good luck with your college search!

    • Michelle Kretzschmar says:

      This school is a member of the National Crhistian College Athletic Association and is considered a special focus school. You can find out more information at the College Navigator

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