Want to Play College Baseball?

Have you ever asked yourself…

  • Where do I even start?
  • What are college coaches looking for?
  • Why did my teammate or friend get signed, and not me?

We know the feeling, and we are here to help. Watch the video to the right to learn more…

How Do You Get There?

The recruiting process is complex, challenging, and confusing. It’s certainly possible to navigate the recruiting process alone, but why would you want to make the biggest decision of your life on your own?

You need a guide, and we can help for two main reasons. Watch the video to the left to learn more about how we can help you achieve your goal of playing college baseball.

The Guide You’re Looking For

We created Recruiting Roadmap: Your 3 Step Guide to College Baseball to come alongside you during your recruiting process and help you develop your very own plan to navigate the recruiting journey. Our goal is to not just to help you find a place to play college baseball, but rather to find the BEST POSSIBLE FIT for you to play college baseball, so that your experience is as good as it could possibly be.

So, you want to play college baseball. How do you get there?

You need a Roadmap.

There are countless routes and specific college baseball destinations. Some routes are simple. Most routes, though, are very confusing and full of roadblocks. That’s where Recruiting Roadmap: Your 3 Step Plan to College Baseball comes in.

Recruiting Roadmap: Your 3 Step Plan to College Baseball is an online course specifically designed to help any high school baseball player navigate the recruiting process and develop a personalized plan to achieve their goal of playing college baseball.

OUR #1 GOAL = HELP YOU

What Others Are Saying

Wondering what people think of Recruiting Roadmap? Check out the testimonials below!

This seminar holds valuable information about the recruiting process that I haven’t heard from anyone until that point. I have played in multiple showcase tournaments and seminars but nothing has compared to what I learned from Matt and Nolan. They have helped me take the next steps into my college baseball experience and with their help I have started talking to more colleges.

– Colton (Player)

Great staff, very professionally and very detailed. Has the kids well being on the top of list. Have been through other recruiting resources and those made us realize how great of a resource this truly is.

– Tom (Parent)

Recruiting Roadmap was excellent! Very professional and the content relates very well to both players and the parents.

– Sharon (Parent)

My son gained valuable tools to use when communicating with college coaches/recruiters.  It also gave him insight and confidence in knowing the process of becoming a college baseball player.

– Jen (Parent)

Curious what a typical Recruiting Roadmap lesson looks like?

Here is a preview of an actual lesson from Step #3: Execute Your Game Plan

Best Practice #2: Emailing College Coaches the Right Way

College coaches get a ton of emails, so the quality of your email could be the difference between getting on a coach’s radar and getting lost in the shuffle.

Watch the video above and follow along on our email template below to learn all the best practices for writing an email to a college coach, but below are two especially important aspects of Emailing College Coaches the Right Way:

Craft an email template. Working with a template is a huge productivity tip. You will be sending a lot of emails and there is no need to reinvent the wheel every time you send an email. In your email template, keep your email length to 2-3 paragraphs and include 4-5 bullet points with highlights you want to point out (i.e. 60 time, bat speed, ACT score, etc.). This length increases the likelihood that the coach will read the whole email, and the bullet points help make your email scannable for busy coaches.

Personalize emails. You can should use a template for all your emails, but make sure you send the email to one coach at a time with a personal greeting to the coach in each email. Also, do your best to put a genuine opening paragraph that is specific to the school you are emailing. If a coach sees that they are part of a mass list they will delete the email immediately without reading it. Do your research and make sure you send the email to the recruiting coordinator at the school. Feel free to send it to the head coach as well, but make sure the recruiting coordinator is on there, too.

Ready For Your 3 Step Plan?

Click the ENROLL NOW button for immediate access to your Recruiting Roadmap: Your 3 Step Plan to College Baseball!

ENROLL NOW!

Exclusive Facebook Group

  • FREE with Course Purchase!

  • Access to EXCLUSIVE Facebook group that is only for people who have purchased Recruiting Roadmap
  • Collaborate with a community of people all pursuing the same goal: college baseball
  • Access to the professional scouts and college coaches among the Recruiting Roadmap staff who are active participants in the group
  • Crowd source your questions, ideas, and potential strategies
  • Get feedback on potential showcase opportunities & services

Exclusive Bonus Resources

  • FREE with Course Purchase!

  • 50 Questions to Ask a College Coach
  • Academic Requirements for NCAA & NAIA
  • Common Traits of Successful Recruits
  • Definition of Recruiting Terms
  • The Truth About Showcases
  • Top Myths of College Baseball Recruiting
  • PLUS 7 More Resources!

Ready For Your 3 Step Plan?

Click the ENROLL NOW button for immediate access to your Recruiting Roadmap: Your 3 Step Plan to College Baseball!

ENROLL NOW!

FAQs

Got a question? Below are our Most Frequently Asked Questions. Still don’t see the answer you’re looking for? Shoot us an email!

What happens if I don't like the course?

We offer a 100% no hassle money-back guarantee within 7 days of your purchase. We will most likely ask you why you didn’t like our course and how we can make it better, but we will not haggle you. If you do choose to request a refund, you will no longer have access to the course or the Facebook group.

How much is the course?

Recruiting Roadmap costs $97. Once you pay for the course, you get lifetime access to your course, along with any/all updates to your version of the course.

I'm having technical difficulties. What do I do?

Email us and we will take care of you! Our only disclaimer is that our Recruiting Roadmap staff does not currently have an in-house IT person, so we may need to work with the customer service of the tools we use for the course and could be subject to their delays. The bottom line, though, is that we will help you get your problem solved!

How do I join the exclusive Facebook group?

Simply go to Facebook, search for the Recruiting Roadmap group, and then request to join. We will verify that you have indeed purchased the course and then accept your request and you’ll be all set!

Why Can I Only Enroll a Few Times Per Year?

Due to the hands-on nature of Recruiting Roadmap we only make it available a few times per year. We like to engage with the players and their parents. This helps us provide the best quality to you and allows you to receive better products in the future!

Exclusive Facebook Group

  • FREE with Course Purchase!

  • Access to EXCLUSIVE Facebook group that is only for people who have purchased Recruiting Roadmap
  • Collaborate with a community of people all pursuing the same goal: college baseball
  • Access to the professional scouts and college coaches among the Recruiting Roadmap staff who are active participants in the group
  • Crowd source your questions, ideas, and potential strategies
  • Get feedback on potential showcase opportunities & services

Exclusive Bonus Resources

  • FREE with Course Purchase!

  • 50 Questions to Ask a College Coach
  • Academic Requirements for NCAA & NAIA
  • Common Traits of Successful Recruits
  • Definition of Recruiting Terms
  • The Truth About Showcases
  • Top Myths of College Baseball Recruiting
  • PLUS 7 More Resources!