Entering the World of NCAA Baseball Is Difficult, But Achievable

Let’s face it, only a select few are given the opportunity to succeed in the NCAA. The majority of youth baseball players need to seek out these opportunities with only the help of their parents. 

This begins during 9th grade and continues until a player’s senior year (Grade 12). The earlier the process begins, the easier it will be. 

Applying for and obtaining a scholarship in baseball could be an extremely draining process, nearly impossible for young Canadian athletes. 

There are plenty of dedicated youth baseball players and parents, but not nearly enough scholarships. 

So how are these athletes supposed to succeed in the highly competitive sport of NCAA baseball?

With My Services, Succeeding in NCAA Baseball Is Possible

As your recruiting specialist, I will take the lead in the crucial and daunting journey of earning a baseball scholarship. We will get potential coaches to know who you are and how good you are. 

Your focus as an athlete or a parent will no longer be on the journey, but on what is important—the sport of baseball. 

Things You Should Know
NCAA Athlete GPA

We want to make sure our partnership will be beneficial. Making sure the student-athlete is a proficient student is a must. Academia is a crucial part of reaching D1 programs, as a prospect must have a GPA of 2.3.

NCAA Hockey Divison One Schools

There are 297 Division 1 schools that have men’s baseball and there are 286 Division 1 schools that have women’s softball. Deciding on which school is best will be determined by the offered majors, location, and college lifestyle.

NCAA Hockey Hilight Video

As parents, be sure to film your young athlete in action, which is crucial in coach evaluations. We will create highlights showcasing talent level and areas for improvement.

Next, we will evaluate the prospect’s talent level to know which NCAA division would be most appropriate. In hockey, college coaches will look into your throwing velocity (pitch & throw), sprint speed (40-60m sprint time), pop time for catchers and swing mechanics. 

After determining the athlete’s qualification both academically and athletically, we will gather more information from your family such as transcripts, a questionnaire, current coach evaluations, and teacher referrals. Based on these, we create your kid’s personal profile, highlighting their athletic and academic achievements, stats, and awards. 

A Dedicated Partnership Leads to Success

Based on the questionnaire and our discussions, we will figure out the type of school that would meet your kid’s academic, athletic, and social needs.  I will then start reaching out to the coaches of these schools. 

Throughout the process, your athlete will have a dedicated scout that will help with any questions or concerns, including guidance for the all-important registration to the NCAA Eligibility Center