Resource links I was talking about in the video. They are helpful and take you directly to the baseball website. From there you can click roster to see height/weight and hometown of the players as well as the coaches information and more.
Select the level of school you are wanting to see the list of (ex. D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JUCO)
Another good resource but only mainly D1 schools:
Finding out a players 'accurate' playing level and ability becomes difficult because most make the fatal mistake of overestimating their abilities and as a result target the wrong schools. Coaches see thousands of players a year. You are either the right fit ability-wise or you are not. There is no way to "mask" this, so it is important to be as realistic as possible.
For example, a senior high school right-handed pitcher throwing an 82-84mph fastball with an above-average change-up and breaking ball and very good control. This type of player has a good chance of finding a school to earn a baseball scholarship and play some level of college baseball. Statistically, it would be foolish to target top 20 Division I baseball programs or Division I baseball programs in general. Has there ever been a RHP (right-handed pitcher) throwing 84 mph that has played at a major Division I university... sure.
But statistically, the chances are extremely low. So, if...
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