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Reply by Chico Escuela

Meaning what are my son’s? Sat 84-86 at Showball. Command is not quite what he’d like it to be (some days good; others not so much).
Chico Escuela

Reply by Go44dad

Keep in mind a school has two scholarship budgets for baseball. One is the equivalents reported to the NCAA that sum up to no more than...
Go44dad

Reply by Chico Escuela

The JHU web site says they superscore ACT and SAT, and when the baseball coaches asked for my son's scores, they specified that he...
Chico Escuela

Reply by smokeminside

Chico, at a point similar to yours w my 2019 we went to a few college camps but they were in September/October. Coaches said they liked...
smokeminside

Reply by Chico Escuela

My son's story thus far (he is a 2020 RHP): Traded emails with Hopkins over a period of a year or so. HC Babb is very good about...
Chico Escuela

Reply by Goosegg

My son works for an international as a consultant. His starting salary was totally based upon his school; graduates of other schools...

Reply by anotherparent

One HA coach gave us a contact in the financial aid office, and they did an estimate. Each school calculates things differently based on...

Reply by 2019Dad

I think the numbers are a little better than what is being discussed here. From the ABCA, the average number of scholarships is 10.58 --...

Reply by keewart

Re: NTIS?
I posted a while back and I kept getting the recent alerts, which got me thinking.... I dug out the the 2011 15U Virginia Team roster...
keewart

Reply by LuckyCat

This is why I love this place! My son got an invite to PG's Southeast Top Prospect Showcase and we were just sitting around the...

Reply by LuckyCat

I agree with this! Make sure you can't afford it before you pass up on the prestigious HA school. You might be surprised at what the...

Reply by 2020Hopeful

Thanks to everyone for the very helpful feedback and varied perspectives! Both HA schools do have very large endowments, so we are not...

Reply by Picked Off

First day of practice at DI freshman year. HC gathers the players and points around the room at each guy...you were all league, you were...
Picked Off

Reply by Smitty28

Yes, 11.7. It stems from a reduction made in the 90s, when D1 reduced the number of baseball scholarships by 10%, from 13 to 11.7.

Reply by Buckeye 2015

I think there are a couple reasons that kids don't spend 4 years at their school....and I'll base some of this on my son's experience.
Buckeye 2015

Reply by BaseballBUDDY

Re: NTIS?
My son didn’t attend the VA Regional in lieu of a So. Fla regional. He was selected to Cary and there was no additional cost. This was...
BaseballBUDDY

Reply by Buckeye 2015

If a school has "guaranteed" academic money, meaning you get it based on your HS grades/test scores. Son's offer when the coach called...
Buckeye 2015

Reply by tribefangirl

I'll share my 2019's experience with Hopkins last summer should it be helpful for you. 2019RHP went to HF in late July and after one of...

Reply by JABMK

The alumni support with many of the HA schools is very strong! My son's HA D1recruiting class all had secured jobs in their chosen field...

Reply by ARCEKU21

Re: NTIS?
The USA baseball scouts and coaches may already have their eyes on people and a feel for some of the kids, but the selections for the...

Reply by RJM

Mileage may vary with any STEM major at any level. I know what my kids put into being science and math majors and playing. Engineering...
RJM

Reply by RJM

I think people got tired of the Luke Heimlich conversation. But posters have the option to discontinue to comment.
RJM

Reply by StrainedOblique

Per the NCAA 2015 less than 15% of the 300 D1 baseball programs are fully funded. With fully funded being 11.5 scholarships, most are...
StrainedOblique
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