He attends early college with a 3.9 in all honors and weighted courses. Are even the college prospect ID camps not worth it to go?
Of all the camps my son attended, the Headfirst was the best, in my opinion. It's not cheap. When we went it was $1,000, but if your son is a high academic kid, there are coaches from many elite schools there and many if not all of the Ivys. The coaches are also on the field and in the dugout with the players. I saw a lot of interaction between the players and coaches. I believe PG also has a showcase for high academic kids, but my son did not attend that one, so I cant give an opinion.
Does paying $1,000 to attend one of these prospect camps guarantee your son will leave with an offer? No.