“I just wanted to see how I stacked up,” are the words most families use to justify why they wasted the money they did for a showcase. Whatever makes you happy, but it is still a waste of money.
Doesn’t it make more sense to find out “what YOU are good at, what YOU need work on,” and more importantly, “find out what YOU can do to reduce your weaknesses, versus comparing your talents with other players. As with everything in baseball, it’s simple, Get evaluated by someone who truly understands your position or positions you would like to play in college.
The evaluation should be one-on-one and presented in a lesson format to ensure you UNDERSTAND what drills they are putting you through and why! Helping you understand what it takes to be good and help you understand what steps you should be taking to get there.
A quality evaluator should provide you with a detailed written document explaining [not a rating based upon useless numbers] what you are good at, identifying what and why you are weak on certain aspects of your game, and provide you with drills you can use to reduce your weaknesses and improve as a player. Start at age 12 continuing throughout high school, and I even recommend while you are playing college baseball . Get evaluated and get better!
If you are having trouble finding a quality evaluator locally, Most Valuable Player is ready to help you where you are, and will do it today. Sign up here and let’s get started.
Get it done, after all, time is the only thing not standing still.
Until next blog,