How to Increase Your Chances of Being Recruited for College Baseball

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How to Increase Your Chances of Being Recruited for College Baseball

While the selection process for getting onto a college baseball team is the same for all eligible students, there are a couple of things that interested parties can do to get a leg up on the competition. Here are a couple of examples of things to do to get the attention of college baseball recruiters:

1. Be Seen

Go out to functions and showcases. Make sure that you are seen at as many things in your area that pertain to baseball as possible. Position specific and showcases open to all positions are cropping all over. Get involved with these and show your talents.

2. Back to Camp

Attend camps thrown by the schools you are interested in playing for. The recruiters pay attention to these and might even make an appearance. They will get the chance to see what you’re made of ahead of time.

3. Get on Their Radar

How? Send letters to them and make contact. With people from every high school playing their hardest and trying to make an impression, names and faces may not readily come to mind. Give them another way to remember who you are.

4. Use a Recruitment Service

This professional liaison will help to promote you and your abilities without you having to focus on anything other than being good at what you do. Videos of you playing baseball will be sent to schools that you decide upon as a group.

5. Be Good

You won’t get attention if you aren’t good at what you do. Take time to hone your skills and become proficient at your craft. Learn more than one skill or position so that you can show how well rounded you are. Increase your speed and agility. Focus on your accuracy. Be the best you can be.



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