ELITE BASEBALL MARYLAND POSITION PLAYER SHOWCASE

October 15, 2017

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Event Information

Players will be put through a complete pro style workout in front of the college coaches.  All players will run the 60 yard dash, take infield/outfield as well as on field batting practice.  After the showcase each player will be given their measurables (60 time, throwing velocity, home to first time, ball exit speed).

This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills in front of coaches as well as receive feedback on your game!

Schools already confirmed for this year

Mount St. Mary’s, Richmond, UMBC, Wilson, Hood College, Shepherd, Washington College, Towson, York, Frederick Community College

What colleges say about Elite Baseball Showcase events:

“Elite Baseball is responsible for hosting some of the top showcases in Pennsylvania and Maryland. The Spartan baseball program at York College has been very fortunate to attend and recruit players from
their events. Every camp, clinic, or showcase has brought new talent to our attention, which allows us to carry on a winning tradition.”
Tyler Persun
Assistant Baseball Coach
York College of Pennsylvania

” The Elite Baseball Pitching Showcase is one of the best ways to get exposed and seen by a number of exceptional college baseball programs. This one of a kind of event for this area is something that players do not want to miss!”
Jonathan Grosse
Assistant Coach
Brown University

“The staff at Elite Baseball does a wonderful job organizing and running their Pitching Showcases. I have had the pleasure of attending their pitching showcases over the past few years and have been very impressed with the talent that is displayed along with how smooth the showcase runs for both the college coach’s as well as the players. They give us the coach’s the chance to evaluate every player in their showcase. Over the past few years we have seen and discovered players that are now in our program. Without Elite Baseball offering a showcase like this we would have never found those players.”
Ben Leonard
Recruiting Coordinator
Mount St. Mary’s