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Given the NCAA's extension of the dead period, I wanted to share a great resource for virtual engagement with high-academic coaches offered by a program in our area. We are not connected to this organization. Our son just did virtual sessions with them in the spring, and we found them to be a great value, so I wanted to share with others. They were well organized, informative, provided great access to some of the programs he was interested in. We were initially looking forward to visiting a lot of these schools in person during this year. But when that could not happen due to covid, this was the next best option. Please feel free to PM me if you have any questions. 



Virtual High Academic Fall 2020 Prospect Tours

The Virtual Prospect Tour – Fall Series

Bradley Baseball Academia is keeping you up to date on the college baseball recruiting scene with another round of the Virtual Prospect Tour Series. Designed for prospective collegiate ballplayers, the Fall Prospect Tour Series will feature coaches, administrators, players and alumni in a panel style Q & A forum, based on questions that you have submitted during our Zoom presentation.

The Fall Tour Series starts Tuesday October 6th and will run every Tuesday & Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Multiple schools will be showcased daily and as added bonus, each day will conclude with a segment on baseball tips and techniques. 

List of Schools:

10/6 – Johns Hopkins University  –  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  –  New York University

10/8 – Dickinson College  –  Swarthmore College  –  Ursinus College 

10/13 – Rochester Institute of Technology  –  Illinois Institute of Technology  –  Catholic University

10/15 – Franklin & Marshall College  –  Haverford College  –  Tufts University  

10/20 – Chapman University … and more to come!

Register Here

This opportunity allows high schoolers, graduating ‘21-’24, to virtually explore campuses, meet coaching staffs and to find answers to the big questions surrounding the college recruiting experience; “Does this program fit me? How do I make the roster? Do I like this school if playing baseball doesn’t work out?” 



The spring line-up included the following schools, and their recordings are also available on their website for a small fee: 



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