Baseball Camps South Carolina

Posted on May 5, 2010 by Scott

De Marini Top 96 Baseball Camp in South Carolina

If you’re a high school baseball player who wants to get noticed by college recruiters, the De Marini Top 96 Baseball Camp in South Carolina is an excellent opportunity for you to do just that. Unlike many “showcase” situation, the Top 96 camp guarantees that there will be college reps in attendance, and further guarantees that there will be at least a 7:1 ratio. They offer written and one on one evaluations, plus specialized instruction in vision training, base running and strength and conditioning. To make sure each attendee gets the attention he deserves, Top 96 not only limits the number of players in the camp, but also sets limits on the number of players for any one position, so you won’t stand around twiddling your thumbs behind twenty other first basemen.

Components of Top 96 Baseball Camp in South Carolina

When a player arrives at the Top 96 Baseball Camp in South Carolina, the morning of the first day will be spend on workout and evaluation. All players, including pitchers, will play one defensive position and participate in batting practice.

Afternoon clinics offer eleven choices. Three are for pitching: mechanics, fielding and advanced concepts. Two—blocking/receiving and fielding/throwing—are for catchers, and two—mechanics and middle infield play—are for infielders. Others are: first base play, third base play, outfield and hitting. Further evaluations and games round out the program.

College coaches will be involved in all aspects of the camp, giving you a chance to show what you’re made of. Recruiters, remember, are looking for more than just a great arm or excellent fielding. They also want to get to know you as a person, so they can evaluate elements such as your self-discipline, sportsmanship and willingness to work hard. A sports camp opportunity like this gives them a much better idea of who you are than any number of highlight reels.


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