Monday, June 04, 2007

Want to play baseball at Florida State? Go to their camp

Mike Martin, Florida State's baseball coach, said his recruiting budget does not allow his coaches to travel all over the country.
"We have very few guys from New Jersey," Martin said. "We have very few guys from out of state unless we have seen them in camp. That's where we have a chance to evaluate them."

Read full article in The Pittsburgh Tribune Review,

Truth be told, a camp like FSU's is a money machine for the coaches, many of who make the bulk of their income from these events. As much as FSU will evaluate talent at their camp, very few players who are not already known by the staff will show up as an unknown and be offered a scholarship. It can happen, but it is not likely.
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