^ Totally right. Both posts. I know I spoke to the young man who run I95 who was very organized and said that he was worried that the coaches wouldn't focus on the players so they made it more separate. He said moving forward he liked it, but would allow some more time for interaction. They had their staff throw BP, hit fungos instead of coaches, which I liked.
I do understand the social part, but it is dangerous. My son at headfirst, same thing. A few parents grab the ear and it is over they missed at least 20 kids hitting BP.
I am for whatever WORKS, but at least they have a plan and bottom line they have the best schools, even better than headfirst this year.