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Softball at the Point College Showcase Camps

The college recruiting process is complicated and competitive. One of the most important factors is “exposure, exposure, exposure.”  Camps and showcases like those presented by Softball at the Point, provide opportunities for athletes to showcase their skills and talents in front of the college coaches from all over the region. Few athletes move on to the college level without participating in college showcase events.

Softball at the Point showcases are designed for high school softball players that want to be evaluated by and work directly with college coaches on the field by college coaches.  Founded by former Division I coach, Julie Jones and former DI and current DIII coach, Julie Pratt with a combined total of more than 45 years of college coaching experience , our events are for players who are focused on becoming collegiate student-athletes and want to showcase their skills.

Our camps feature high level instruction from top college coaches from all divisions (depending on the showcase event) and feedback provided by college coaches throughout the instructional process.  Camps also offer a comprehensive discussion on the college recruiting process.

Softball at the Point Showcase Camps feature measurements and instruction on the latest metrics in softball such as exit speed, throwing velocity, running times and others. Softball at the Point staff and the college coaches instructing the camp will provide all measurements and provide instruction how to improve each measurement.
Softball at the Point camps and showcases are open to all high school and junior college softball players, restricted only by the number of attendees per session.  Showcase player-to-coach ratios will not exceed 8 players to each coach . All Softball at the Point camps are in full compliance with all NCAA rules.

PLAYERS CAN EXPECT THE FOLLOWING FROM OUR CAMPS/SHOWCASES

  • Players will be issued a number for easy identification by college coaches.
  • Instruction from coaches instructing the event.
  • Feedback on Exit Velocity (Hitting), Throwing Velocity (Pitchers and Position Players), Running Times (Position Players) and Pop Times (Catchers).
  • Opportunities to ask college coaches questions about skills.
  • A discussion on recruiting rules and regulations covering all divisions and associations.
  • Opportunities to get to know college coaches instruction style, style of play and personality.