Your College Baseball Recruiting Guide
Fulfill your goal of playing on a college baseball team
To get recruited to play college baseball, high school student-athletes must put in a lot of hard work to keep up their grades and continue to improve their game. But that is only the beginning of the recruiting process. Many student-athletes believe, "If I’m good enough, coaches will find me, and I’ll get recruited." The reality is that student-athletes need to be just as engaged with their college baseball recruiting process as they are dedicated to mastering their skills on the field.
College baseball recruiting is extremely competitive. There are about 34,500 college baseball players, but only about 5,400 baseball scholarships! That’s why it is important that student-athletes and their families get proactive and not procrastinate when it comes to getting the recruiting process started. It is time consuming and can be frustrating. But families need not be intimidated by it. That’s why we’ve compiled this comprehensive guide that can be used to prepare for each step of the college baseball recruiting process and to navigate its many milestones along the way.
Below, we have outlined the major sections of our baseball recruiting guide for easy reference. This information was created by our team of former college athletes and coaches who have experienced both sides of the recruiting process. We’ve included their expert insider tips to give families a competitive edge and help recruits find the college baseball program that is the best athletic and academic fit for them.