Softball Top Prospect Camp
SOFTBALL TOP PROSPECT CAMP – NOV. 11, 2017
GRB Academy is hosting its second annual Softball Top Prospect Camp. This camp allows players to learn from college softball coaches, and also gain exposure. The morning is a skill workout, with live game play in the afternoon on the GRB Academy’s new full indoor field. Last year’s Softball Top Prospect Camp featured over 115 players.
Schools will continue to be added to each individual camp page as they continue to confirm their attendance. We expect over 30 college softball coaches.
Once at capacity, the camp registration is closed. Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is open to all players in the 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 Grad Years.
GRB Softball Top Prospect Camp Player Itinerary – November 11th
7:15-7:45 Player check in
8:00-8:10 Introductions and Warm-Up
8:15-10:15 Instructional Work with College Coaches
All players will participate in hitting, infield and outfield stations.
10:20-10:50 Pitchers/Catchers warm-up for pitching evaluation
Everyone else on lunch from 10:15-11:30
10:50-11:30 Pitcher Evaluation
Once you have completed your evaluation, you are free to eat your lunch
11:35-1:00 Defensive Evaluation (Split Field)
Catchers/Outfielders on West side
Infield on East side
1:10-3:10 Hitting Evaluation
What you need to know/bring:
Give yourself plenty of time to get here and check-in. Please arrive no later than 7:30am.
You will receive a t-shirt with a number on the back, that is how you will be identified in the coach’s handbook.
You must wear turf or tennis shoes – NO CLEATS!
Most girls wear softball pants.
Bring your own lunch – we do not provide lunch for you. We will have our concession stand running and will be selling hot dogs, chips, popcorn, clif bars, coffee, etc.
Pitchers – if you would like to bring your own catcher to warm up, please plan accordingly. Catchers that are part of the camp will catch you for your evaluation in front of the college coaches.
Schools Scheduled to Attend:
Saint Louis – Division I
Wisconsin-Green Bay – Division I
Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne – Division I
Winona State – Division II
Concordia-Minnesota – Division II
Lewis University – Division II
Saginaw Valley State – Division II
Upper Iowa University – Division II
Aurora University – Division III
Lake Forest – Division III
Beloit – Division III
Bethel, Minn. – Division III
Marian – Division III
Concordia (Wis.) – Division III
Trinity International – Division III
St. Mary’s, Minn. – Division III
Wisconsin Lutheran – Division III
Milwaukee Area Technical College – JUCO
North Iowa Area – JUCO
Ellsworth – JUCO
Upon finishing the Player Information Form, please follow the instructions to complete Top Prospect Camp payment and registration. Information entered is compiled to provide all college coaches in attendance.