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.
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...Read More
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 ...Read More
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 ...
So far I’ve covered signs that you don’t understand the college athletic recruiting process
and mistakes players and families make about their ability
and what it means. Today, I’m going to cover mistakes ...Read More
This shouldn’t be a surprising statement to anyone involved in sports. After all, every sport starts off with the most basic of numbers, wins and losses, or first, second, and ...Read More
If you are a high school athlete and already have five coaches from D1 schools showing up when you play and you’re only a junior-congratulations! You need not read any further ...Read More
Many high school players and their families believe that being the best player on their teams is their ticket to playing at the college level. The truth is that star ...Read More
If you spend any time on the internet or reading books
on college athletic recruiting, you’ll see lists of common mistakes made by families during the recruiting process. The interesting thing ...Read More