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Host Justin Musil, nationally renowned baseball and recruiting and scouting guru, unlocks the secrets of college baseball recruiting. Justin has worked with hundreds of players through the recruiting process and is one of the most connected individuals in all of college baseball. This one of a kind podcast provides unique insight and never before heard analysis with all things college baseball recruiting. This is Baseball Recruiting Confidential.
 
On The Rode Show Podcast, anything goes as long as it's about baseball. National Supervisor Nathan Rode and National Crosschecker Shooter Hunt discuss top prospects and news. On occasion, they're joined by Director of College Scouting David Seifert, President Sean Duncan, and various PBR state directors. Prep Baseball Report has evolved into one of the country’s biggest and most respected independent scouting services, with a singular focus of providing comprehensive year-round coverage in e ...
 
The College Sports Hour, hosted by Clint McPherson and co-host Greg Dixon takes listeners inside the Division I College Football, Basketball, and Baseball landscape. The podcast includes analysis and coverage of D-I sporting events by two dudes who love sports. The College Sports Hour is your ultimate stop for all things D-I Football, Basketball, and Baseball related. We make weekly predictions and discuss all of the top stories, from who is going to win the College Football Playoff to who i ...
 
The Realities of College Recruiting podcast is hosted by SportsForce founder and CEO Andrew Beinbrink. Based on the overwhelming lack of college recruiting education, and the numerous and costly mistakes being made by families The Realities of College Recruiting podcast was born. Each episode will interview top college coaches, player development experts, and recruiting insiders. We will tackle the most critical college recruiting topics and will empower you with key insights, and critical r ...
 
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Caleb is currently the Hitting and Pitching Development Coordinator at the University of Texas. Prior to his current position at UT, he was the Director of Hitting Development and Analytics at Arizona State. When he's not at the field coaching, he's running his business, Marv Training. A company that started out selling resistance bands and is now …
 
After coaching stops at the University of Michigan, Maryland, Pepperdine, and San Diego, Sean Kenny has found a home as pitching coach at the University of Georgia. This is his 26th year as a collegiate coach. He has continued to adapt over the years with all the new information while keeping his core beliefs on how to develop pitchers. In this epi…
 
Aaron has been coaching at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for thirteen years now. He is the Associate Head Coach and is also in charge of running the offense. Aaron has continued to evolve as a coach throughout the years with all of the new pieces of technology, while relying on his experience to help simplify it to his players. In this…
 
Joe is the founder of Tri City Aresnal, a nationally known travel baseball organization based out of New Jersey. Joe has sent thousands of kids to play college baseball, and hundreds that ended up playing professional baseball, including one of the greatest players of all time, Mike Trout. Joe made the jump to be in baseball full-time in the mid 80…
 
This upcoming season (2021-2022) will be Andy's first season at the University of Washington. It will also be his first time as a full-time hitting coach. Andy has had previous coaching stops at Cal State Fullerton and Oregon State University. In this episode we talk about what hitting philosophy Andy plans on implementing this upcoming season, wha…
 
How do you go about getting recruited to play college baseball? What camps or showcases should you be going to? In this episode I talk about how to evaluate yourself as a baseball player in the recruiting process and then how to go about promoting yourself the RIGHT way. Evaluating yourself. Do you love playing baseball? Are you thinking about how …
 
14 College World Series appearances, 19 consecutive top 10 recruiting classes, and two national championships. Not a bad resume for this week’s guest, Turtle Thomas. Turtle coached college baseball for 39 years with stops at Clemson, Georgia Tech, LSU, Miami (FL), and Arizona State. Currently, he is a roving catching instructor in the Texas Ranger …
 
Kevin Poppe is the co-owner of DST Performance in Houston, Texas. DST (Dynamic Sports Training) trains athletes of all ages. In this episode, we talk specifically about working with baseball players. We talk about some of the things that Kevin does when working with high school, college, and professional baseball players, what it is like for an ath…
 
Paul Nyman is an Engineer who has a passion for player development in baseball. After starting his regular job in the technical world as an engineer, Paul retired in 1989. He started to come across different research articles on overload/underload training and ways to develop ballistic power. He started to realize that not many people were putting …
 
What would I do if I had a son who wanted to play baseball. How would I go about it from a developmental and parent perspective. I played baseball as a kid and now have coached players from middle school to the MLB. I have seen what has worked and what hasn't. Below are a few of the topics that I will go over in the episode. Gymnastics at a young a…
 
Donegal Fergus has been coaching baseball for over 20 years. He has coached at the collegiate and professional level for numerous teams including the University of Washington, UC Santa Barbra, and most recently, the Minnesota Twins. Donegal is currently working with hitter's in the private sector back home in California. In this episode we talk abo…
 
Dr. Gervais is one of the most sought-after high-performance coaches on the planet. He has worked with Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, Olympic medalists, UFC fighters, MLB players, and coaches from every major sport. He is also the host of the Finding Mastery podcast and the founder of Compete to Create, a business he founded with Pete Carol…
 
Big T and Ben Mintz join the show to break down all 16 regionals and we all give our picks for the Barstool Sportsbook betting odds. Each person discusses their strategy to betting college baseball regionals Each person gives 3 CWS champion futures and discuss their reasons whyPor 11Point7
 
11.7K Followers on Twitter 100% capacity for regionals and super regionals Conference by Conference breakdowns on at-large possibilities Hosting locks vs Hosting bubbles Great Interview with Ben's childhood hero Lance Berkman, who was one of the best college baseball players of all time. We talk to him about his college days + how serious he is abo…
 
Nathan Rode discusses his looks at Daylen Lile and Benny Montgomery, as well as Will Koger and Michael Morales, with Shooter Hunt. David Seifert comes on to talk about his trip to see Wake Forest at Virginia and then the crew talks about draft slots, pools and accounting.Por Prep Baseball Report
 
There is a major difference between working hard and playing hard. Xavier Head Coach Billy O’Conner joins host Justin Musil to discuss his saying “Give me the guy who plays hard over the guy who works hard.” The two discuss what Coach O’Conner means with his saying and what he has experienced in his coaching career. This is a can’t miss discussion …
 
We have on a very special guest, Matt Wyatt, who is publishing a video on the uneven balance of college baseball scholarships vs. other NCAA sports. Matt is releasing a documentary style interview in 1 month where he interviews big names in college baseball and discuss how college baseball player deal with a lot of adversity by paying to play this …
 
David Seifert discusses his weekend at Miami (Ohio) vs. Kent State, with Nathan Rode and Shooter Hunt, which included big arms like Sam Bachman. The guys also discuss observations from the showdown between Mississippi State and Vanderbilt, while again debating Rocker vs. Leiter. The MLB Draft League is a month away from opening day, so a couple of …
 
Special guest, Patrick Wicklander, joins us to talk about his journey to becoming one of college baseballs best pitchers. He tells the story about getting diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes a little over a year ago and battling his way back to pitch this season. A fantastic all around interviewPor 11Point7
 
Currently the Director of Player Development for GoWags a travel baseball organization, author of two books, "GreenLight Hitting" and "How the Rivercats Won", Kyle Wagner stops by the show to talk about a better way to develop amateur hitters, through aggression. In this episode Kyle explains why "aggression should precede discipline", the age when…
 
Nathan Rode, Shooter Hunt and David Seifert discuss the latest in amateur baseball. Seif saw an outing from Joe Rock. All three talk about Jack Leiter vs. Kumar Rocker. Shooter was at Mississippi vs. Mississippi State and Rode saw Alex Mooney, plus the loaded lineup that surrounds him.Por Prep Baseball Report
 
Tennessee Volunteer legend, Chris Burke joins the show to talk this weeks series against Vanderbilt. He shares his thoughts on the biggest series in school history, plus gives us funny stories about his playing days and being heckled by fans. Weekend Series Pick'em Mississippi Valley State @ Alabama A&M Stanford @ Arizona State Southern Miss @ LaTe…
 
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