|The Nation's Leading High-Academic Showcase||EXPLAINED|
|West Sessions (June 2022) Woodland, CA|
|June 21-22 (Woodland, CA)||ENROLL NOW|
|June 23-24 (Woodland, CA)||ENROLL NOW|
|Northeast Sessions (July & August 2022) Long Island, NY|
|July 6-7 (Long Island, NY)||ENROLL NOW|
|August 1-2 (Long Island, NY)||ENROLL NOW|
|August 3-4 (Long Island, NY)||ENROLL NOW|
|August 5-6 (Long Island, NY)||ENROLL NOW|
|August 8-9 (Long Island, NY)||ENROLL NOW|
|West Fall California|
|September 10-11 (Woodland, CA)||ENROLL NOW|
|September 17-18 (St. Petersburg, FL)||ENROLL NOW|
Boost your prospects by showcasing your defensive and offensive skills while all eyes are on you.
Compete in three games (21 innings) to score the attention of coaches and see how you compare with other players your age.
Gain full insight into your play with objective measurements like the 60 yard dash, overhand throwing velocity, and batted ball velocity.
Coaches rely on this crucial information to evaluate and recruit potential players. Both players and coaches receive in-game data and analytics after camp through Rapsodo for primary pitchers.
Connect face-to-face with coaches from the nation’s top academic programs. Coaches engage with you on the field and off to get to know you as a person, not just a player.LEARN MORE about College Coach Access in Recruiting
Take an inside look at what a typical two days at camp is like for players.See a detailed two-day camp schedule
“The experience at a Headfirst Honor Roll Camp goes well beyond college exposure to coaches at high academic institutions…there is no other showcase that allows more opportunities for players to be seen in an on-field setting or to have more face-to-face interaction with college coaches.”
– Andy Bradley – CEO, Bradley Baseball Academia
“Honor Roll is the best option out there. We have done two other high-academic showcases, and this was easily the best organized, the most enabling of valuable conversations with college coaches, and the most full of heartfelt wisdom in its messages to players and parents.”
– Jim C., Honor Roll parent