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Jupiter, Southeast

Coaches Attending Last Updated: 7/26/17 # of Coaches: 63

We are excited to announce that the following programs and coaches have confirmed their attendance in Jupiter on November 4-5. We will continue to add high-academic schools to this list, based both on the programs that our campers have expressed interest and through programs that reach out to us wanting to attend. For the past 19 years, we have taken great care with our staffing process, and the transparency, integrity, and accuracy of these lists remain deeply imbedded in the success of these camps. We will continue to update the list below as more coaches confirm - and you can follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram for announcements and the most up-to-date list of coaches attending.

School Coach Division Location
Bard Andy Salvatore 3 NY
Bates Tony Deshler 3 ME
Brown Jonathan Grosse 1 RI
Bucknell Jason Neitz 1 PA
Caltech Matthew Mark 3 CA
Carleton Aaron Rushing 3 MN
Case Western Matt Englander 3 OH
Catholic Bobby Picardo 3 DC
Columbia Dan Tischler 1 NY
Cornell Dan Pepicelli 1 NY
Dartmouth Jonathan Anderson 1 NH
Davidson Rucker Taylor 1 NC
Dean College Ernie May 3 MA
Denison Mike Deegan 3 OH
Dickinson Ryan Kramer 3 PA
Duke Patrick O'Grady 1 NC
Emory Bobby Perez 3 GA
Fordham Pat Pinkman 1 NY
Franklin & Marshall Ryan Luke 3 PA
George Washington Tyler McCarthy 1 DC
Grinnell Sam Tinkham 3 IA
Hamilton Garrett Lamborn 3 NY
Harvard Bryan Stark 1 MA
Haverford Nat Ballenberg 3 PA
Hofstra Tyler Kavanaugh 1 NY
Holy Cross Greg DiCenzo 1 MA
Illinois Tech Ed Zeifert 3 IL
Kenyon Tyler Wood 3 OH
Knox James Clark 3 IL
Lafayette Gregg Durrah 1 PA
Lehigh AJ Miller 1 PA
Macalester Matt Parrington 3 MN
Middlebury Dave Vandercook 3 VT
MIT Todd Carroll 3 MA
Muhlennberg Tod Gross 3 PA
Northeastern James Howard 1 MA
NYU Doug Kimbler 3 NY
Occidental Luke Wetmore 3 CA
Oglethorpe Pat Kulick 3 GA
Pomona-Pitzer Zach Hubbard 3 CA
Princeton Mike Russo 1 NJ
Rhodes Jake Garbuzinski 3 TN
Richmond Nate Mulberg 1 VA
Roanoke Zach Ullrich 3 VA
Rochester Joe Reina 3 NY
RPI Keith Glasser 3 NY
Stevens Kristaps Aldins 3 NJ
Swarthmore Dan Gusovsky 3 PA
Texas Tom Sutaris 1 TX
Trinity Timothy Mayo 3 CT
Tufts Connor McDavitt 3 MA
U. Chicago John Fitzgerald 3 IL
Ursinus Stan Exeter 3 PA
Vanderbilt Brooks Webb 1 TN
Vassar Blayne Fuke 3 NY
Washington & Lee Ted White 3 VA
Wash.U Adam Rosen 3 MO
Wesleyan Chris Wojick 3 CT
William & Mary Chad Marshall 3 VA
Wofford Todd Interdonato & JJ Edwards 1 SC
Wooster Barry Craddock 3 OH
Yale Tucker Frawley 1 CT
Dates

November 4-5, 2017

Location

Roger Dean Stadium
4751 Main Street
Jupiter, FL 33458

Cost

$995

Eligibility

High School Classes of 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021

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Schedule

Arrival Time & Check-In

Players should plan to arrive for check-in between 7:00 and 7:30am on the first day of camp. Camp programming will begin at 7:40am. All players will be given a Dri-Fit numbered jersey to wear during the event.

Typical Schedule, Day 1

While event schedules may be adjusted depending on weather, Day 1 typically includes coach introductions, offensive and defensive showcases and objective measurements (including 60-yard dash and exit velocity), prep stations, all-camp talks from college coaches and 4 simulated games (each player will participate in 2 of these 4 games). For half of the teams, the day will end around 7:30pm, while the late games will end around 9:30pm.

Typical Schedule, Day 2

Report times will be based on Day 1’s team assignments and will be communicated during the evening of Day 1. Players who finish in the early game slots on Day 1 will be in the first game slots on Day 2 (likely a 7:45 report time), and players who had the late games on Day 1 will have the late morning games on Day 2 (likely a 9:45 report time). We will host an optional college recruiting seminar for parents in the morning before each team’s first game. We will then play 4 games (2 per student-athlete). The early game slots will conclude around 3:30pm and the final round of games will end by approximately 5pm.

Information for Pitchers

Primary pitchers should be prepared to throw 2 innings each day (5 hitters per inning). If primary pitchers, for any reason, would rather throw only one inning, our Pitching Coordinator will help assist in making the adjustment. Secondary pitchers should be prepared to throw 1 inning (5 hitters) each day.

FAQs

FAQs

Does Headfirst provide a lunch for the campers?
At our Jupiter, FL Honor Roll Camp, Headfirst does not provide lunch for campers. However, there will be concessions available on-site and are several options for meals immediately adjacent to the Roger Dean facility.
Where is a local store/deli that we can pick up extra food or drinks for our son or the rest of the family?
We will have cold drinks available for purchase throughout the weekend. There are also several restaurants and stores down the road from the complex in the Abacoa Shopping Center and also along Donald Ross Blvd.
Is there a sporting goods store close to Roger Dean Stadium where we can pick-up baseball/sports supplies?
Dicks Sporting Goods. The Shoppes at Southern Palms, 8821 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Travel & Accommodations All campers will be responsible for getting to the Honor Roll Camp locations on their own.

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If you drive

Roger Dean Stadium
4751 Main Street
Jupiter, FL 33458

Roger Dean Stadium is located in the Town of Jupiter in northern Palm Beach County. The stadium is approximately 19 miles south of Stuart and 14 miles north of West Palm Beach.

From Interstate 95

    • Exit at Donald Ross Road (Exit 83) and travel east
    • Travel east 1 ½ miles to Military Trail
    • At the light make a left and follow Military Trail north 1/2 mile to University Drive
    • Turn left onto University Drive and follow across Central Blvd to complex on the right
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If you fly

For those flying, West Palm Beach is the most convenient airport (30 minutes from Jupiter) but Melbourne (approx. 1 hour) and Fort Lauderdale (approx. 2hours) are also possibilities. Jupiter is just north of West Palm Beach on Rt. 95 and Roger Dean Stadium is just off of the Donald Ross exit. For those flying home Sunday evening, it is best to get a flight at 6:00pm (PBI)/7:00pm (FLL) or later if possible. If you are not renting a car, the best options are taxicab or Super Shuttle (561) 233-0500. Headfirst will not be able to provide rides to and from the airport.

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Accommodations

Attending campers/families are not required to stay anywhere in particular, but Headfirst has arranged for discounted room blocks as follows:

Embassy Suites – Palm Beach Gardens

  • Book Online
  • Call 561-622-1000 and refer to “HBB”
  • Rate: $133/night
  • Cutoff date is 10/3/17 or until all rooms in block are reserved

Courtyard Marriott

  • 1-800-321-2211 or 521-776-2700 and refer to “Headfirst”
  • Rate: $117/night
  • Cutoff is 10/10/17 or until all rooms in block are reserved

All campers will be responsible for their own lodging while at the Honor Roll Camp. Headfirst will not be able to provide rides to and from the airport.

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Ballplayers
traveling alone

Ballplayers are welcome to travel to the Honor Roll Camp without an accompanying family member (though most do arrive with family) but will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the airport and ballpark.

My son had a really wonderful experience at Headfirst Honor Roll camp. He had the opportunity to speak directly with a number of coaches from schools that could very well be a good fit for him academically and athletically. He has been in direct contact with head coaches from two schools since the camp, and I believe that his participation in your camp will lead to interest from other schools in the future. 2016 Headfirst Baseball Honor Roll Parent
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