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One of the top underclassmen baseball tournaments in New Jersey is making its return.

The Garden State Underclass Games will take place in Flemington on Thursday at Diamond Nation. More than 100 of the top high school baseball payers will participate, with two games going on simultaneously on two different fields.

First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Around 100-150 college coaches are expected to be in attendance.

Player registration is from 3-4:15 p.m. with batting practice beginning at 4:30 p.m. All players are advised to wear white pants and bring a black belt. Shirts and hats will be provided for the players.

Thursday’s showcase is the ninth time it will take place. Last year’s showcase did not occur due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Teams were picked by JT Kroeger, TJ Hunt and Steve DiTrolio along with assistant of the high school coaches in the state of New Jersey.

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Professional Baseball Scouting Combines
Invitation to the following events requires
the recommendation of a professional scout

East Coast Professional ShowcaseArea Code Games
601 S. College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403
telephone:(910) 962-3570
facility director: Mark Scalf

Area Code Baseball
Web Site

Mid Atlantic Scouts Association  
Mike Toomey
Texas Rangers Scout
telephone:(301) 454-0482

"Invitation Only Showcases"
The following showcases require the recommendation of
a professional scout and / or a college coach
Perfect Game 
1203 Rockford Rd SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404
director: Andy Ford
telephone:(319) 298-2923
facsimile:(319) 298-2924
Web Site
College SelectTeam One
P.O.Box 783
Manchester, CT 06040
director: Tom Rizzi
telephone:(800) 782-3672
facsimile:(860) 645-1067
E Mail
Web Site
P.O. Box 8943
Cincinnati, OH. 45208
director: Jeff Spelman
E Mail
Web Site
SelectFest BaseballPro-Motion Sports
Blue Grey Classic
60 Franklin Place
Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950
telephone:(973) 539-4781
E Mail
Web Site
83 East Bluff Road
Ashland, Mass. 01721
director: Gus Bell
telephone:(508) 881-2782
E Mail
Web Site
Pro Select BaseballMid America Five Star Showcase
P.O. Box 36
Franklin Lakes, N.J. 07417
director: Jerry McMahon
telephone: (201) 337-7440
E Mail
10701 Plantside Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
telephone: (502) 261-9200
facsimile: (502) 261-9278
E Mail
Web Site
Top GunsBaseball Factory
7890 N. Franklin Road # 2
Coeur D'Alene, Idaho 83815
telephone:(208) 762-1100
director: Larry Rook
9176 Red Branch Road
Suite M
Columbia, Maryland 21045
telephone:(800) 641-4487
E Mail
Web Site

Regional or Single State Showcases
These showcases are for players in a specific state or region only.
They require the recommendation
of a professional scout and / or a college coach.

The Buckeye ScoutMichigan High School Baseball Showcase
Ohio's Top 100 Players
director: Jeff Fisher
E Mail
Web Site
Primarily for Michigan Players
Gross Pointe, Michigan
telephone: 313-590-5607 or 313-363-5907
Talk to Lorna or Jonathan
Impact BaseballTop 96 Showcase
PO Box 3797
Greenville, NC 27836 - 1797
facsimile:(252) 321-5876
Director: Andy Partin
E Mail
Web Site
email:[email protected]

P.O. Box 5481
Wayland, Mass. 01778
E Mail
Web Site
email:[email protected]General ShowcasesC.F. SwingtownToday's MVP ShowcasePrep Baseball National Championships
telephone:(708) 403-4487
E Mail
Web Site
24 Merchants Way
Suite B
Colts Neck, NJ 07722
telephone: (877) 746-3955
facsimile: (732) 845-8282
director:Lou Santangelo
E Mail
Web Site
Doyle Baseball ShowcasesMark Cresse BaseballP.O. Box 9156
Winter Haven, Florida 33833-9156
telephone:(941) 439-1000
E Mail
Web Site
33-700 Date Palm Drive
Cathedral City, California 92234
telephone:(760) 324-5600
E Mail
Web Site
Ron Golden's Baseball ShowcaseJoe Wladyka's ShowcasesP.O. Box 09446
Columbus,Ohio 43209
telephone:(614) 236-8141
E Mail
Web Site
7 Wilson Avenue
Rutherford, New Jersey 07070
telephone:(201) 935-3917
EJ Sports ShowcasesAll American Talent ShowcasesP.O. Box 2989
San Ramon, California 94583
telephone:(925) 735-2350
Web Site
6 Bicentennial Ct
Erial, NJ 08081
director: Joe Barth
telephone(856) 424-5875
facsimile:(856) 424-8573
E Mail
Web Site
All Star Baseball Academy
College Prospect Showcase
Aldrete Baseball Academy 650 Parkway Blvd.
Broomall, PA. 19008
telephone:(610) 355-2411
E Mail
P.O. Box 4042
Monterey, CA. 93942
telephone(831) 884-0400
U.S. Tournament of Champions
3&2 High School Showcase 4425 Bill Mallory Blvd.
Bloomington, IN. 47401
telephone:(800) 275-5262
facsimile: (812) 332-4415
E Mail
Web Site
PO Box 14011
Lenexa, KS
telephone: 913-888-8055
facsimile: 913-888-6712
contact: Jeff Chalk
E Mail
Web Site

Best in Virginia
High School Showcase
295 Inspiration Way
Atlanta, GA 30331
telephone: (404) 691-9424
E Mail
Web Site

P.O. Box 400839
Charlottesville, Va. 22904-4839
telephone:(804) 982-5775
E Mail
Web Site
Diamond Kings
United States
Baseball Association
telephone: (559) 355-4381
E Mail
Web Site

Chicago, Illinois
telephone:(630) 781-6372
[email protected]



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How to Find the Right Baseball Camp, Tournament or Showcase

When it comes to the baseball recruiting process, perhaps the most important factor is “exposure, exposure, exposure.” Baseball camps, showcases and tournaments offer the opportunity to put a student-athlete’s skills and talents in front of the very people they need to impress. The fact is, very few student-athletes advance to the college level without participating in them in some way, so making an informed decision on which events will be most beneficial to the athlete in the recruiting process is essential.

Whether student-athletes have been sent baseball camp or showcase brochures because they’re actively being recruited, or are simply in some type of database or on a list that a coach purchased or obtained, the question is the same: How important are these player platforms? Are they worth the money? Will they help in the recruiting process? We’ve provided the answers in this section. Checkout another article on baseball camps, showcases and combines, or read this article on NCSA AAU baseball showcases.

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How to choose the right baseball camp, showcase or tournament

Finding the right event will depend largely on the athlete’s age and skill level. Attending a baseball camp as a freshman or sophomore is primarily to learn more about a program, to meet coaches personally, learn their coaching philosophy and to evaluate the campus. When deciding on camps as a freshman or sophomore, the most important factors are:

  • Does the recruit have enough interest in this program to make attending this camp worthwhile?
  • Does the recruit legitimately feel like they could possibly play at that college?
  • Will the family have time to tour the campus and experience college life?
  • Has the coach asked the recruit to call them and talk about their program?Programs that are truly interested in recruits at the Division 1 and top Division 2 levels will ask recruits to call them and they will provide their number.

For upperclassmen, the best way to decide on college camps is to figure out how interested coaches are in the recruit as a prospect. Again, if the coach has seen the athlete play in a game, at a showcase, or another camp then it is highly unlikely they need to evaluate them at their camp again. The most important factors when deciding on camps as an upperclassman are:

  • Is the program recruiting for the athlete’s position in their grad year?
  • How many players are they looking to bring in for the athlete’s position in their graduating class?
  • Has the coaching staff evaluated the athlete’s recruiting profile and video?

Another factor in choosing a baseball camp is which college programs will be participating. If several programs in which a student-athlete is interested in will be attending, it may be a good event to attend to showcase the athlete’s skills to multiple coaches. Recruits can determine this by attaining a list of participants prior to the event. If there are only one or two programs on the list, then it may be better instead to attend one of their individual college camps.

Insider tip: As a freshman or sophomore, it might be more beneficial to attend a baseball camp closer to home rather than spending time and money to attend camps further away, unless the recruit is going to be in the area for travel or vacation.

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Baseball showcases: Get third-party verified combine numbers

Baseball showcases are often hosted by third-party groups and include workouts and at least one game. They do not always include instruction. Some of the most prominent baseball showcases are:

The point of baseball showcases is for athletes to get legitimate, measurable numbers in order to demonstrate their abilities to college coaches and scouts. Showcases can also be a good way for athletes to show off their skills in front of college coaches.

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Travel ball tournaments: Compete against other elite athletes

Over the past decade, the growth of travel teams and private-run competitions has superseded the importance of high school teams in terms of generating exposure in the recruiting process. Travel ball tournaments offer coaches the opportunity to watch hundreds—if not thousands—of prospects in one location or weekend. They give student-athletes the opportunity to display their skills in front of multiple coaches—ideally representing schools on their target list—and to gauge the caliber of the competition.

Which event will be most beneficial for the recruit? Attending the biggest events can be a double-edged sword. College coaches will want to be where the largest collection of athletes will be, but that also means it’s easier for the recruit to get lost in the shuffle. Generally speaking, coaches attend these events to evaluate the list of athletes they have already identified as potential recruits, and not to discover new talent. It is up to recruits to be proactive in reaching out to coaches and making sure they get on that list. 

Timing is also an important factor. Division 1 coaches, especially, must abide by the recruiting calendar. Student-athletes are advised to confirm that any event claiming that Division 1 coaches will be in attendance is taking place during a recruiting period when they are allowed to attend. 

There are some events that generate media exposure. College coaches may not attend these, but may still be monitoring them. Find out what kind of follow-up and outreach these events do with college coaches before deciding whether or not to attend.

Insider tip: Follow up with each coach of interest after attending their university camp or receiving new combine numbers. This is key to staying on their radar and building a relationship. Athletes should ask the coach directly if they had a chance to evaluate them and if they had any feedback. It’s OK for recruits to ask where they stand in their recruiting class. Learn more about establishing contact with coaches.

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Third-party baseball camps: Get exposure to a broad group of coaches and scouts

These camps or events are hosted by outside organizations and are designed to provide athletes with exposure to a broad group of college coaches and scouts. Most third-party camps have hundreds of athletes participating, which makes it unrealistic to expect a coach to evaluate every athlete in attendance. These camps are typically more expensive than the other camps, but if athletes do their homework, they can be beneficial. Similar to baseball tournaments, athletes should make sure they are on coaches’ radars before the event.

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College baseball camps: Specialized instruction and a chance to meet with college coaches

IMG Academy camps

IMG Academy Baseball Camp

IMG Academy’s baseball camps feature position-specific, customized training for players seeking to reach their full potential, including development for hitters, catchers, pitchers, infield/outfielders as well as in-game situations. With several program options to choose from, IMG provides both on-field tactical and technical training along with aspects such as mental toughness and physical conditioning.

At baseball camps (also known as baseball clinics), recruits will receive specialized instruction in fielding, pitching and hitting, often by college coaches and staff from the college hosting the event. In addition to connecting with college coaches, athletes also benefit from instruction at a higher, and possibly even pro baseball, level. Recruits are able to play against the athletes they are competing against for roster spots and see what level of competition is out there. If a coach is unable to come see a recruit compete in person, these events can be a great way to get evaluated.

Most college baseball camps don’t require an invitation to attend, but that doesn’t mean recruits need to attend all of them. Athletes need to be honest about their abilities and expectations. If they are not likely to play Division 1 baseball, they shouldn’t attend a camp at a Division 1 school with Division 1-level recruits.

Insider tip: Multiple colleges might be represented at a single baseball camp. Potential recruits who cannot make it to the specific camp of a target school should find out if the coaching staff will attend other camps. Finding a baseball camp at which multiple target schools will be participating offers more bang for the buck.

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Find baseball camps and showcases in your area

We are continuously adding new camps to this list, so check back often to find more camp opportunities! If you have any questions, please give us a call at 866-495-5172.

Find Baseball Camps Near You

Baseball Prospect Fall Showcase 2021

Saturday, September 11, 2021

September Team Camp – Coach Registration

Saturday, September 11, 2021 – Sunday, September 12, 2021

September 25Th Prospect Camp

Saturday, September 25, 2021

October 9th Prospect Camp

Saturday, October 9, 2021

October Team Camp – Coach Registration

Saturday, October 23, 2021

IMG Academy Baseball Camps – March

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 – Thursday, March 31, 2022

IMG Academy Baseball Camps – April

Friday, April 1, 2022 – Sunday, April 10, 2022

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