Drastically Increase your odds of playing college baseball by attending the Mega Camp. Showball Baseball has arranged for 90 Top Colleges (CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF ATTENDING COLLEGE COACHES) to provide elite instruction and evaluate your talent level over this 2 day event.
Showball Baseball is changing the landscape of the college baseball recruiting process. The old saying “if you’re good enough, they will find you” just simply isn’t true anymore. As you may know, the recruiting process is highly competitive and it’s time to go above and beyond to ensure that you receive a fair opportunity to play college baseball. While most of us rely on our high school or travel/tournament teams for exposure, that just isn’t enough. Times are changing and it’s time to adjust or be left out.
When college coaches attend tournaments, they typically float around throughout the course of the day and have specific players that they need to watch play. When at those specific games, they typically stay anywhere from 1-2 innings in order to see a pitcher pitch or a batter get his 1 at bat. Once that happens, they’re off to see their next targeted player at the next field. Remember, most significant tournaments have anywhere from 50-100 teams in attendance with anywhere from 10-50 fields being utilized. If you’re a player who fly’s slightly under the radar like most of us are, you’re chances of being seen and evaluated by that coach are slim to none. Maybe you were lucky enough to get 1 at bat while that college coach was at the game watching your teammate and maybe you hit the ball well or threw the ball well. However, chances are, it just didn’t matter. It’s very rare and unlikely that you were able to make enough of an impression in just that 1 at bat or inning pitched for the college coaches to pay attention.
That is why the Mega Showcase camp is such a valuable opportunity. Since most of us are not the quintessential pro prospect, can’t miss players out of High School, we need college coaches to recognize our fundamentals, passion and other qualities that make us the great ballplayers we are. For that to happen, it generally requires that a college coach watches you play multiple times so that they see you consistently get the job done. ONLY in an event like this will you have that opportunity to display the skills necessary for a coach to pay attention and come to that realization. With 2 FULL days and 90 Coaches glued to every move you make, you have the unique opportunity to demonstrate that you can play at their programs. In the last 8 years, we’ve had the pleasure of working with over 150 Division I coaches and over 1000 players. Of those 1000 players, there have been numerous stories of players receiving scholarships that were considered too small, slow, or simply didn’t throw hard enough to be recruited. However, after 2 days of the Showball event, they were able to make a lasting impression on one of the coaches in attendance and secure a scholarship or a roster spot at their program.
There are no guarantees that you’ll receive a scholarship or play Division I baseball, but there is a guarantee that you’ll receive a fair opportunity to display your skills and be seen. Once again, NO other organization will provide you with the opportunity to display your skills to 90 College Coaches and schools at one time.
What to Expect
Each team will consist of approximately just 15 or 16 players per team which includes all position players and pitchers. In addition, each team is limited to approximately (3) Middle Infielders, (1-2) First basemen, (1-2) Third basemen, (4) Outfielders, (2) Catchers, and (4-5) Pitchers. We limit the number of players per team so that each participant has ample opportunity to impress the coaches.
Day 1 (December 20, 2014) - Location: Fort Myers Florida, Terry Park
All Players will participate in extensive workouts, drills, evaluations and instructional work.
Fundamentals and defensive drills for all positions.
All position players will be evaluated at both their primary and secondary positions.
Primary Pitchers with a secondary position will work out and be evaluated at their secondary positions both offensively and defensively.
If you're a primary position player and Pitching is your secondary position, you'll throw a bullpen session in front of the coaches at the end of the session.
Day 2 (December 21, 2014) - Location: Fort Myers Florida, Terry Park
All teams will play 2 games while being coached by 90 coaches in attendance
Fundamentals and defensive drills with coaches
Constant instruction and verbal feedback from college coaches
Batting practice in cages before game
Constant instruction and verbal feedback from college coaches
Receive written evaluation from a college coach at the end of the second game.
While position players might play their secondary positions during games, players are only guaranteed to play their primary positions.
Primary Pitchers will pitch in both games.
Primary Pitchers are not guaranteed to play their secondary positions or hit during games.
The following 90 (10 more to be added shortly) coaches have committed to the Mega Camp, December 20-21, 2014. Barring the college coaches being terminated from their programs, accepting positions at other schools or last second family emergencies, we guarantee their attendance!
Amherst - Coach Brian Hamm
Army - Coach Anthony DeCicco
Ave Maria - Coach Casey Scott
Barry University - Coach TBA
Brown - Coach Grant Achilles
Bucknell - Coach Scott Heather
Central Florida - Coach Ryan Klosterman
Cincinnati - Coach Adam Bourassa
Columbia - Coach Dan Tischler
Connecticut (UCONN) - Coach Josh McDonald
Cornell - Coach Scott Marsh
Creighton - Coach Richard Wallace
Davidson - Coach Rucker Taylor
DeSales - Coach Andre Butler
East Carolina - Coach Frankie Everitte
Eastern Michigan - Coach Eric Roof
Eckerd - Coach Juan Ranero
Elon - Coach Greg Starbuck
Flagler - Coach Jonathan Holt
Florida Atlantic - Coach Dickie Hart
Florida Gulf Coast - Coach Pete Woodworth
Florida International - Coach Frank Damas
Florida Memorial - Coach Miguel Nunez
Florida Southern - Coach Patrick Szczerba
FSCJ - Coach Brad Frick
Florida Tech - Coach Matt Mecurio
Fordham - Coach Rob DiToma
Franklin & Marshall - Coach Ryan Horning or Nate Mulberg
George Washington - Coach Dave Lorber
Georgetown - Coach Erik Supplee
Georgia State - Coach Edwin Thompson
Harvard - Coach Bill Decker or
High Point - Coach Kenny Smith
Hillsborough - Coach Michael Wrenn
Holy Cross - Coach Greg DiCenzo
Illinois State - Coach Michael Kellar
Indiana - Coach Kyle Cheesebrough
Jacksonville - Coach Tim Montez
Jacksonville State - Coach Brandon Romans
Johns Hopkins - Coach Adam Schlenoff
Kansas - Coach Ryan Graves
Lafayette - Coach Ian Law
Lehigh - Coach John Fugett
LIU Brooklyn - Coach Louie Bernandini
Lynn University - Coach Donovan O'Dowd
Manhattan - Coach Rene Ruiz
Memphis - Coach Clayton Greene
Miami Ohio - Coach Matt Davis
Michigan - Coach Sean Kenny
MIT - Coach Todd Carroll
Navy - Coach Bobby Applegate
North Carolina - Coach Bryant Gains
Northeastern State - Coach Travis Janssen
Northern Illinois - Coach Todd Coryell
Northwestern - Coach Jon Mikrut
Notre Dame - Coach Jesse Woods
Nova Southeastern - Coach Greg Brown
Ohio - Coach Larry Day
Oral Roberts - Coach Sean Sneadaker
Penn - Coach John Yurkow
Penn State - Coach Blake Beamer
Pitt - Coach Dan Lipari
Pomona Pitzer - Coach Frank Pericolosi
Richmond - Coach Matt Tyner
Rutgers - Coach Tim Reilly
Saint Joseph's - Coach David Valesente
Saint Thomas - Coach JT Gutierrez
Seton Hall - Coach Phil Cundari
South Alabama - Coach Bob Keller
South Carolina Upstate - Grant Rembert
South Florida - Coach Frank Maldonado
Southern Miss - Coach Mike Federico
Stetson - Coach Chris Roberts
Stony Brook - Coach Joe Pennucci
Tampa - Coach Jose Jimenez
Tufts - Coach Kevin Casey
UNC Wilmington - Coach Robbie Monday
VCU - Coach Steve Hay
Villanova - Coach Kevin Mulvey
Virginia Tech - Coach Robert Woodard
Wagner - Coach Jimmy Carone
William & Mary - Coach Brian Casey
Xavier - Coach Billy O'Conner
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