Social media outlets, especially Twitter, are becoming a great resource in learning about college coaches and their baseball programs. Almost every school now has a team account that constantly updates news and notes from the program as a whole, and many individual coaches have their own accounts where they post
Going through Twitter today, I stumbled upon this series of tweets from the South Florida Elite Squad, which is one of the top travel ball programs in the country. The tweets regarded their team’s play in a Uncommitted Seniors tournament over the weekend, and are a great example of how
In baseball the little things mean so much especially to coaches. In regards to recruiting the same holds true as coaches are trying to find fits for their respective programs on and off the field. I was talking to a college coach today who was telling me how make up
After the summer showcase circuit winds down coaches really try and get their favorite prospects on campus as soon as possible. With the way commitments have been coming in earlier and earlier, the unofficial visit has become a huge tool in baseball recruiting for schools and families wanting to get
As we have frequently noted through our baseball recruiting blog, the days of the attitude “if you are good enough to play in college, the coaches will find you” are long passed. In the race to secure the top prospects, schools are trying to get commitments as early as possible.