How did NCSA help you during this process?
NCSA helped me during this process by sending out my recruiting profile to many different colleges and really exposing me to a variety of coaches.
How did you handle all the college camp and baseball showcase invites that you received?
The way that I handled all the camp and showcase invites was that I would go to the college camps of the schools that I wanted to play for and I would follow up with the coaches afterwards. As far as showcases went, I would attend the ones that I felt were most important for me and where I thought I could get the most looks!
How did you balance your time in order to accomplish all of your priorities academically, athletically, socially, and for your recruiting?
I balanced my time by having my priories straight and always focusing on what I knew I wanted to do for a career. Academically, I would study for about 3 hours a night for a test or by doing homework. Athletically, after I was finished doing homework or studying I would go down to my dad’s baseball school that he owned and I would hit for about an hour, and then workout at the gym for about an hour 3 times a week. Socially, in between my breaks I would still text friends and go on twitter and Instagram but I would always make sure that I was focused on what I knew I had to get done at that time. Recruiting-wise, I made sure to stay in contact either by phone or email with coaches that really liked me and I would always update them on how my games would go or when I’m playing next so that they had a chance to see me!
We are excited to see Spencer’s continued success as an Aggie in the future and NCSA Athletic Recruiting wishes him the best!