In Myrtle Beach we Train at the Ripken Experience 5 Turf Fields, Indoor Cages, Outdoor Cages, Weight Room in front of Complex
Allen Cox GM/Head Coach
Allen has over 20 years in NCAA and NAIA Baseball. One of the best College Coaches in the Game.
We have 3 Campuses Atlanta, GA. Myrtle Beach, SC. and Gainesville, FL. Players report to campus August 1st 2023. High School Grads taking a gap year ,you have the option to take up to 9 hours per semester of college classes without losing any college eligibility. You can take these classes at one of our recommend institutions, in person at a community college near our campus or online at the institution or your choice. You do not have to take classes it is not mandatory however we recommend that you do take at least 1 class. You will have morning hours each day to compete your class work.
College Transfers: if you attended college in the past your clock as started for NCAA. Our year will count as 1 of the 5 years of NCAA DI eligibility. You can use your redshirt year and have 4 remaining NCAA DI. NCAA DII is a different process and is case by case. Our year may not count at all or it may count as 1 of your 5 years. NAIA or NJCAA you lose zero years.
Players report at Noon Daily in our program. We have 3 days of Strength training per week. That usually last for 2 hours M,W,F. We do speed and conditioning 2 Days per week and we practice 5 days per week. In the Fall we will play 20 fall games vs NJCAA competition. We will transport you to game via team vans or charter buses depending on the length of the trip. In the Spring we play 40 NJCAA, NAIA or NCAA DII JV teams and we mix in a couple of Series vs. Post Graduate teams. Over the last 2 seasons we have gone 45-19 in the Spring and have 70 of 76 players have signed scholarships including one player signing with the St. Louis Cardinals.
We track your progress by doing analytics testing each semester. We also have a Physical Therapist do an assessment on each player to check deficiencies on each player so that we can address these in your training regimen.
We work with the baseball portal www.baseballportal.net which is a recruiting arena that houses video, academic information, metrics and personal information that we distribute to colleges all over the USA. We have had 96% of our Student/Athletes sign at the next level including 4 players who participated in the NCAA DI Regionals this year.
You do the work and you will get outstanding results. Our system isn't perfect however it has been highly successful in putting guys in an environment to get better and learn the College game.
We try to give you a real college experience without costing you any NCAA eligibility. We have guys that have come to us from the Transfer Portal, NJCAA, SEC and high school seniors that were over looked. Our Motto is #GetOntheSHIP because we believe if we all work together on the Ship, great things will happen.
You can call me 706-833-3394 or text and even email email@example.com
You can check out our web page www.scoutzusaspi.org
We look forward to seeing you in August!
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In State Academic Scholarships like HOPE in Georgia are eligible for that Aid at in State institutions
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.