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Eastern Oklahoma State Baseball Prospect Camp with Trackman Data

Eastern Oklahoma State College Baseball
1315 US-270, Wilburton, OK 74578
Eastern Oklahoma State Baseball Field
June 5, 2023
Registration closes Jun 4th.
Grades 9-12
9:00 am - 2:00 pm | Check in 8:00 am
Full refund up to 24 hours before check-in (8am on 6/4/23 or 8/6/23) for any prospect who has unexpected conflict or illness. No refunds will be provided past this deadline. For those who purchased Trackman data analysis or The ArmCare System evaluation, failure to provide the EOSC coaching staff required information for set up prior to camp start will not be eligible for a refund. Additionally, no refunds will be made for prospects who fail to complete data review preparation prior to camp start. All prospects will have a minimum of 48 hours to complete their data reviews.

The EOSC baseball prospect camp is an evaluation based camp for all high school eligible players (2023-2026 graduates).

Our prospect camps consist of a one-day, pro-style workout where players will run a 60-yard dash, be evaluated in their primary defensive position, as well as an offensive evaluation. During this day camp, prospects will also participate in a short live game where they will receive direct exposure and field interaction with EOSC staff. Prospects will be sent home with evaluations that were completed throughout the pro workout and live game to review identified areas of development needed to play at the collegiate level as well as highlight some of their strengths.

Eastern baseball takes pride in player development. Therefore, we would like to offer the same access to our player development technology that our players have access to.

This year the prospect camp will have a trackman unit running during the entirety of the camp. Any pitcher that would like their Trackman report can sign up prior to the deadline listed on the Trackman data analysis ticket before camp. This report will give them a more in depth analysis of their pitches and is a valuable resource to send to other colleges in the recruiting process. To learn more about trackman pitching reports click the following link.


Another technology resource accessible to all players at this camp is The ArmCare System. It consists of a series of strength tests to allow players to see what their max arm capacity is as well as provide them data to measure the health of their arm on that given day. Any prospects who sign up for this, must do so before the deadline listed on the ArmCare system ticket. This will provide families time to create an account in the app so they can access the info after camp is completed. To learn more about the ArmCare System click the following link.


Eastern Oklahoma State Baseball Program Accomplishments last 4 years:

• .788 win % last 4 years
• 72 players went on to 4 year level in 4 years
• 27 D1 players (14 Power 5 players)
• 2 draft picks
• 22 straight years making the playoffs

All baseball camps are ran by the EOSC baseball coaching staff. The coaching staff recruits heavily at these camps. In the past 4 years, we have signed 31 players from camp and look forward to seeing more future Mountaineers at our camps.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email Coach Hodge at bhodge2@eosc.edu. Additionally, if you are already committed to play baseball somewhere else please let us know so we can remove you from any future e-mails.

Thanks and God Bless,

EOSC Baseball Staff

Event Type: Prospect Camp or Showcase Event

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Collegiate Athletes in Attendance
Team Building
Limited Capacity

Coaches & Organizers you might meet...

Dru Sebastian
Head Coach / Pitching Coach Read more Read less

A native of Fort Wayne, Ind., Dru Sebastian joined the Mountaineers in 2022.

Sebastian spent the previous three seasons at New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, NM. NMMI had the winningest three seasons in program history during this time along with the second-most wins in program history in 2022. The pitching staff finished top 3 in program history in almost every statistical category while breaking the school record in K/inning. Jorge Garcia finished as a first-team all-conference pitcher while finishing 2nd overall in ERA for NJCAA Region V. Garcia finished his career as the all-time winningest pitcher in program history. Albert Oliva was selected by the Detroit Tigers out of NMMI as the second player in program history to be drafted directly out of NMMI.

Prior to NMMI, Sebastian spent one season at Dawson Community College and mentored all-region pitcher Austin Robertson and helped lead the program to a regional appearance for the first time in several years. During the summer of 2019, Sebastian coached for the Vauxhall Spurs of the Montana/Alberta American Legion baseball league. The Spurs won the state championship for the first time in more than a decade and Sebastian was tabbed as the Montana/Alberta American Legion Class A State Coach of the Year in his one year with the program. Sebastian’s first year as a collegiate coach was spent at Ivy Tech Community College. He helped build the start-up program with a 25-win season – its first season that included a road win over the No. 2 ranked team in the country.

Sebastian earned his associate’s degree as a player at Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio, before going on to Purdue University-Fort Wayne to earn a bachelor’s degree as a member of the winningest team in program history.

Hayden Tapper
Hitting Coach / Catchers/Outfield Coach Read more Read less

Hayden Tapper joined the Mountaineers as the Hitting Coach and Recruiting Coordinator in 2023. He comes from Jackson State Community College where he retained the same title while also adding Director of Baseball Operations, Player Development, and Strength and Conditioning for all sports. Prior to his time at Jackson State, Tapper was the Assistant Hitting Coach, Outfield Coach, and Head JV coach at Brewton Parker College in Mount Vernon, GA. He spent a short stint as the Hitting Coach at his alma mater, Desoto Central High School, winning the high school’s first National Championship.

Tapper had a successful high school career and was ranked as the top first baseman in the state. He led his team to a state championship in his senior year. After high school, Tapper went on to play at Coahoma Community College where he was named team captain twice. Academically, he was the Honor’s College vice president as a freshman and was promoted to president his sophomore year. Tapper spent the summer in Amarillo, TX, where he was named first-team Panhandle All-Conference. He then went on to play at Blue Mountain Christian University where he started for the next two years. His teammates and coaches appointed him as the SSAC Male Representative for the Athletic Student Leadership Council. Academically, Tapper was elected Physical Education vice president and once again promoted to president the following year. Tapper graduated from CCC with an associate’s degree in athletic training/sports medicine and earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from BMCU. He then went on to attend Arkansas State University where he received his master’s degree in sports administration.

Demeris Barlow
Assistant Hitting Coach / Infield Coach Read more Read less

Demeris Barlow joined the Mountaineers as the Defensive Coach/Assistant Hitting Coach/Recruiting Coordinator in 2023. He comes from Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, MI. As the team’s hitting coach, he led the Cardinals to breaking the single-season team triples record. Barlow also serves as the hitting coach for the Lafayette Aviators, during the summer.

Barlow was born in Pontiac, MI, but was raised in Saginaw, MI. He graduated from Bridgeport High School in 2015 as a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball. In football, he was a 2nd team All-Conference defensive tackle. In baseball, he was a 2-time 2nd team All-Conference third baseman, who set the record for walks in a season his senior year.

After high school, he attended Indiana Tech University and played two years before transferring to Indiana University South Bend where he finished his playing career. During his junior year, he led his team in fielding percentage. He was also named team captain for his senior season.

Barlow graduated from IU South Bend in 2020 with two bachelor’s degrees in business administration; one with a concentration in marketing and the other in advertising.

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Wilburton, Oklahoma
1315 US-270, Wilburton, OK
If you are driving west towards McAlester on 270 you will pass all 4 entrances of campus and the field will be the next parking lot on your right.

If you are driving east towards Poteau on 270 you will turn left into the field parking lot. If you see campus you have gone too far.
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