Frequently Asked Questions
Recruiting Calenders


Frequently Asked Questions
Are payment options available?
Our prices for the quality and level of service given cannot be matched. Yes, payment options are available. Contact us for a payment option that will work best for you.

Do you recruit for other sports besides baseball?
No, we specialize in baseball. One sport, one passion, one goal.

Why is an evaluation important?
Not only does an evaluation show you where you currently stand from a strength and weakness stand point; it will also help plan a development program and help identify what level of college your focus should be at.

Who does your evaluations?
All of our evaluations are done by former or current MLB scouts. You will not be able to get a better evaluation.

Do you offer anything for player development?
Yes, we have developed and obtained proven development programs for arm development, arm maintenance, hitting, infield, outfield, pitching, and catching. These programs come straight from the top instructors in the world and are proven to be successful.

I’m not a great student but I love the game of baseball and would like an opportunity to play in college. Is there something for me?
First of all your education is the most important thing you will ever earn. There are academic requirements at all levels of college so you need to take academics seriously even to be eligible to play baseball in college. With that said, yes there are opportunities for students to play baseball in college if they possess the talent to do so. Just keep in mind, coaches are looking for players that can perform in the classroom as well as on the field.

How do I get discovered?
A solid Plan! What are your academic interests? What is your talent level? Don’t underestimate your skills and don’t overestimate your skills. What is your desired geographic area to attend college? What environment motivates you? Answers to these questions and many more, Player Marketing and Player Exposure are crucial in developing a plan to increase your chances in grabbing the attention of college coaches.

Is a Player video important?
A player video can be very effective if done correctly, especially if a player expands a college search farther from his hometown. Understand, college coaches receive hundreds of videos monthly. With a busy schedule, it is hard for them to view all of the videos with the focus we want. We have watched videos of good ballplayers and the video portrayed a mediocre player at best. You need to know what coaches are looking for in a player. Make sure your video gives them what they are looking for; after all, more than likely this is a first impression. Don’t make it your last. Put your best foot forward from the beginning.

A contact occurs any time a college coach says more than hello during a face-to-face contact with a college-bound student-athlete or his or her parents off the college’s campus.

During a contact period a college coach may have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents, watch student-athletes compete and visit their high schools, and write or telephone student-athletes or their parents.

During a dead period a college coach may not have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents, and may not watch student-athletes compete or visit their high schools. Coaches may write and telephone student-athletes or their parents during a dead period.

During a quiet period, a college coach may only have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents on the college’s campus. A coach may not watch student-athletes compete (unless a competition occurs on the college’s campus) or visit their high schools. Coaches may write or telephone college-bound student-athletes or their parents during this time.

A coach is permitted to contact high school students as early as they feel necessary in their career – freshman, sophomore, junior year – and a coach can contact a player as many times as he thinks is appropriate in order to recruit a student-athlete to his institution.