September 20, 2020
Headfirst Honor Roll helps you create your best opportunity for exposure to college coaches at high-academic baseball programs in 2021. Check out what’s been added to the Honor Roll program in 2021 to guarantee your best look at top-academic baseball programs.
At Headfirst Honor Roll, we’ll be collecting video of each player’s defensive showcase and ALL live game play. This entire package of video will be tagged to each player and then put into a searchable and sortable database for college coaches’ easy access. Our database of 200+ college coaches will have direct access to this entire database of footage, allowing them to quickly and easily find and review your video without having to skim through hours of untagged, unorganized footage.
All defensive showcase and game play video will also be available for purchase directly through our video partner NextPro so that you can send it out to additional college programs on your list.
Data is a great way to give college recruiters insight into your on-field tools and a more complete view into the player that you’re developing into. When college coaches are recruiting, they’re assessing both the player you are right now and the player you can become as a member of their program during your college career – and data helps college coaches build this picture more fully. With the video and data collected at camp, Honor Roll gives college coaches an in-depth look at not just how you play in live games, but also your tools and potential projectability for their program.
With the changes to recruiting forced by the events of 2020, data and video are more important than ever. But they can’t fully replace the need for in-person, face-to-face interaction with college coaches during the recruiting process. College coaches need to get to know the player on and off the field to get a sense of if you’re the right fit for their school, program and locker room.
The dedicated college coach meet-and-greet time gives players and coaches the opportunity to connect face-to-face. This meet-and-greet – in addition to all of the organic opportunities to connect with college coaches while they’re on the field and in the dugout over the course of the two day camp – lets college recruiters put a name to a face and start to build a direct relationship.