Baseball • Softball

RECRUITS

How it Works . . . 

. . For Players

Your Personal Recruiting Profile:

Create your profile and begin promoting yourself to college recruiters and scouts. Include photo's, video's, awards and achievements. Post your upcoming schedule of games and events.

 

Receive regular tips and hints about improving your chances at the "Next Level".

 

Access our Resource Library for in-depth recruiting info including college site links, articles and information to improve yourself and your game.

. . For Parents

Navigate the Recruiting Process: Access and update your student athlete's on-line profile. Use your site dashboard to update information, monitor recruiting communications and track training milestones.

To Get Started:

  1. Go to PLANS & PRICING  to select your plan. 

  2. Register your account and make payment.

  3. Log in to your account to access your dashboard, member pages and instructions for creating and maintaining your recruiting profile.

. . For Recruiters & Scouts

Free Access - No Need to Sign up or Log in:

Sort players by Grad Year - Position - State -School - Club Team - GPA . . . and more.

 

Find in-depth info for each player including academic & athletic accomplishments, photos, videos, game & event schedules, training metrics, personal referrals and contact information. 

 

Check out our Recruiting Forum and join the discussion. Communicate with high school, travel team and college coaches.​​

. . For High School & Club Coaches

Promote Your Players for Greater Exposure:

Add value to your program by providing our Recruiting Platform for your players and parents.

Register 10 or more players in your program for additional discounts.

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"It's not the critic who counts; not the one who points out how the strong man stumbles. The credit belongs to the one who is actually in the arena; the one who strives valiantly and spends himself in a worthy cause; so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat."  -  Theodore Roosevelt

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