Play College Baseball losing zero years of NCAA Eligibility
In August we will begin our 2021-22 campaign. Our headquarters this year will be the Lake Point Sports Complex in Emerson, GA. We will hold our daily practice sessions at Lake Point. Our strength program will be held at Rapid Sports Performance in Woodstock, GA. Rapid is the home to 40 plus MLB players and some of the best baseball trainers in the USA. We look forward to serving you at our new location at Lake Point. We will continue to play Spring Home games at SRP Stadium just like last year with a 10 game slate at SRP. This will absolutely be the best training atmosphere in the USA! #GETONTHESHIP
Players: This is not an extra year of HS Baseball
5 Hours a day in professional Training Environment
24 Fall Games vs JUCO Competition
42 Spring Games vs JUCO and College Competition
35 Summer Games in the Collegiate League of the Palm Beaches
Live in Apartments, Go to College, Ride Charter Buses and play college baseball without losing any NCAA Eligibility!!
Each player will be assessed individually by our physical therapists in order to find physical and mechanical deficiencies in the athlete’s biomechanics. A personalized strength, nutrition and conditioning program will then be written for the athlete and carried out with our Former NFL speed and strength coach. With all of the baseball mental and skill work being overseen by our coaching staff, that has experience coaching 105 MLB Draft picks, including guys that have made it to the MLB All Star Game. We can assure that we will take the necessary measures to keep you healthy and performing optimally. Our medical partners go far beyond a typical athletic trainer that other programs offer.
Post-Graduate/Reclass students will be able to enroll at East Georgia State College, Augusta campus and receive 9 credit hours each semester towards your bachelor’s degree. You can also choose to attend Augusta University both these schools are housed on the AU campus. Taking these courses does not affect your NCAA eligibility, so after the year if you decide to forgo the MLB Draft you will still have four full years to compete at any level.
Competition: We will play 24 Game Fall Season vs JUCO and Prep Teams and 40 Game Spring Season vs. JUCO, Prep and Tourneys.
Players will live in an apartment complex near our 30,000 square foot training facility, and you will be paired with another player depending on apartment size (i.e. two bedroom apartment will have two players, a three bedroom will have three players.)
Our goal is simple, to provide you with the best player development program possible. Think of it as the minor leagues, you will be kept on a regular schedule and routine. We think with our help you can make the necessary jump the next levels. We have the resources and connections to get you where you want to be, the rest will be up to you.
Maintaining Eligibility for the HOPE Scholarship Georgia Residents
Becoming eligible for the HOPE Scholarship is only the first step. There are requirements that you need to be aware of to ensure that you retain the HOPE Scholarship throughout your undergraduate career. The information below highlights what you need to know in order to continue to be eligible for Georgia's HOPE Scholarship or to regain the scholarship while seeking a degree at a Georgia public or private postsecondary institution.
You must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program offered by an eligible public or private college or university or public technical college in Georgia.
There is no minimum number of hours per semester, or quarter, of enrollment required for eligibility at a public institution.
Students attending private colleges and universities must be enrolled at least six (6) hours to receive an award.
Players that are coming from another college after Red Shirting last year are also eligible for this post grad experience. This is a way to actually get on the field if your school was planning a 2nd Redshirt or you didn't want to transfer down a level.
If you are a high school senior 2021 or 22 Class what does the NCAA Rulings and possible NJCAA Ruling mean to you:
1. Every NCAA Player will get the opportunity to come back for another year like this year was a redshirt.
2. NJCAA Teams will be able to bring all players back.
Rosters will probably get expanded at DI, DII levels
Next years Sophomores under the extra year will turn 21, Juniors 22, Seniors 23 and Grad guys 24.
The class of 2021 will come in as 17-18 year old's trying to battle for playing time verses much older players and guys that have been in the system for a while. It is going to be difficult to get on the field. Likely, there will be no walk on players due to over crowding. Junior Colleges will be crammed with 50 plus players.
We have had this program in the works for a while. Reclassification gives you the opportunity to reset your graduation class and play a "Free Year" without effecting your eligibility.
We have a team of Doctors, Strength Trainers, Physical Therapist, Speed, Flexibility, Exercise Physiologist, Nutritionist and highly qualified baseball coaches to help you develop during this time. This is a very vital option for those wanting to get another shot at the draft, not wanting to sit on the bench an entire season or wanting to avoid a red shirt season. You will get 16 Fall Games, and 35-40 Spring Games vs high level competition.
Check out our package and see how we can develop your game.