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If you’re serious about getting recruited and being scouted by college baseball coaches then you must maximize your exposure and get your name out there. The athletes who are seen by the most coaches will get the most recruiting and scholarship opportunities; it’s that simple. You might be seen by a handful of coaches while playing for your High School or travel team, but that still leaves many coaches who will not know who you are. Coaches and scouts can only be in one physical space at a time, so having an online recruiting profile that can be seen by baseball coaches across the country is the best way to market yourself and be recruited.


Once you have made the decision to play baseball at the college level, it’s time to think about whether you are looking for a walk-on opportunity or you think you have the talent and skills to be on athletic scholarship and earn a baseball scholarship. Understand that getting a baseball scholarship can be very hard and it’s important to know where the best opportunities lie and at which division levels. You should seriously ask yourself if you’re an NCAA D1, D2, D3, NAIA, or Junior College player. Luckily, there are great recruiting opportunities at all division levels.

  • NCAA Division 1 – 299 schools with baseball – 11.7 scholarship limit per school
  • NCAA Division 2 – 269 schools with baseball – 9.0 scholarship limit per school
  • NCAA Division 3 – 384 schools with baseball – zero athletic scholarships
  • NAIA – 181 schools with baseball – 12 scholarship limit per school
  • NJCAA – 386 schools with baseball – 24 scholarship limit per school

For a more detailed baseball scholarship breakdown go to: http://scholarshipstats.com/baseball.html

Getting a baseball scholarship is not as easy as just being a great player. You need to actively work to get your name out there, create and update your online baseball recruiting profile and be great at communicating with coaches. One sentence emails just don’t cut it when you communicate with college baseball coaches. They will want to learn more about you and of course getting strong grades and remaining academically eligible to compete is extremely important as well. The best advice we can give you is to start your personal recruiting journey as early as possible and get your name out to as many coaches as possible. You never know what amazing baseball recruiting opportunities exist for you.

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