Johnny Hernandez Fall Prospect Camp w/ College Coaches, Live Games, College Recruiting Seminar
Welcome to the Johnny Hernandez High School Baseball Prospect Camp at Jackie Robinson Ballpark in Daytona Beach, FL! This camp is designed for baseball players between the grad years 2024s and 2027s who are looking to showcase their skills and improve their game.
During the camp, players will participate in a pro-style workout, providing them with the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities in various baseball drills. Additionally, there will be an instructional portion led by experienced coaches, helping players refine their techniques and gain valuable insights.
One of the highlights of the camp is a college recruiting seminar, where players and their parents can learn about the college recruitment process, what coaches are looking for, and how to make a positive impression on potential college programs.
In addition to the instructional and seminar components, players will have the chance to play live games, allowing them to put their skills to the test against other players looking to go to the next level.
The camp will also be attended by representatives from various colleges, including D2, NAIA, and Juco programs. This presents an excellent opportunity for players to get noticed by college coaches and potentially earn a scholarship.
Here are the essential details for the camp:
Location: Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach, FL
Check-in: 2:30 PM
Start Time: 3:00 PM
We are excited to host a day filled with baseball, learning, and college exposure. Players will have the chance to showcase their talent, receive valuable feedback, and take important steps towards their future in baseball. We look forward to seeing you at the High School Baseball Prospect Camp!
Event Type: Prospect Camps
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Jonathan Hernandez was named the new Head Coach for the Bethune-Cookman University baseball program, announced on Aug. 14, 2018 by Bethune-Cookman Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Lynn W. Thompson.
“We are delighted to have Jonathan Hernandez join us as the new head coach for our Wildcats Baseball program,” said Lynn W. Thompson. “After a thorough national search, it was clear that Jonathan was a rising talent that we couldn’t allow to pass us by.”
Most recently, Hernandez brought in the most accomplished recruiting class in school history. The incoming 2019 signees rank 59th according to Perfect Game, the highest ever for Bethune-Cookman.
Hernandez joined Bethune-Cookman after spending the previous four years at ASA College in Miami. He served as the school’s first head coach after being named to the post in May 2014. He was responsible for all of ASA’s program aspects, including being the recruiting coordinator, coordinating travel and budgets, scheduling and equipment maintenance and ordering. All of this while still serving as the head coach. In his time with ASA, his teams excelled on the field and in the classroom, with the team maintaining a 3.21 Grade Point Average (GPA) across five years.
“I am extremely excited about being head coach for such a prestigious baseball program like Bethune-Cookman University,” said Hernandez. “I just want to thank Interim President Hubert Grimes, Mr. Lynn W. Thompson and everyone at the university for trusting in me to lead this team and program.
“There are some pretty big shoes to fill after this team is just a year away from being in an NCAA Regional final against the eventual national champions. So many great head coaches have come before me and worn these colors and served this institution. Again, I am happy, but I know there’s a lot of hard work to do, and some huge shoes to fill.”
Aside from serving as head coach at ASA, Hernandez has been a scouting task force member for USA Baseball since 2012, which is based out of Cary, North Carolina. He has assisted in the USA selection of players, as well as coordinating throwing programs, working with fielders in practices, games and in one-on-one sessions, respectively.
Throughout his time at ASA in Miami, Hernandez has received several accolades that assisted him in his growth. In 2016, Hernandez helped ASA to a Division 2 Region 8 Conference runner-up finish. That same season, he coached four student-athletes in being named All-Region 8 District Team members.
Just a season later in 2017, ASA was crowned Division 2 Region 8 conference champions, while seven players were named to the All-Region 8 District Team.
ASA achieved 20-plus wins in each of the last three seasons…all without a home field. The team played all games on the road, each season.
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105 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach, FL
Johnny Hernandez Baseball Camps
Check out some of our FAQs below
Inclement Weather Policy
We have plans in place for all of our camps to run whether rain or shine. We will communicate any changes made to camp through the email you provided. if the weather forecast looks like it will prevent us from being on the field. Players should bring appropriate footwear for any indoor activities i.e. sneakers or turf shoes.
Players should supply their own glove, cleats, bat, batting gloves, helmet, and wear baseball attire (baseball pants recommended)
Does Johnny Hernandez Baseball Camps Offer Refunds?
We do not offer refunds but we do offer a camp credit to a future camp. PLEASE PROVIDE A WRITTEN REQUEST OF FOR YOUR CAMP CREDIT and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can attend your youth camps?
Our camps welcome all participants at all ages, regardless of skill level. Registration is on a first come, first served basis as long as the registrant is within the specified range of ages. If you have any questions regarding camp, please contact our Camp email email@example.com
Lost or left behind equipment
We highly recommended that you clearly mark all equipment your child brings to camp. Any items that are left behind will be kept for 7 days following the last day of camp before being donated to the local parks and recreation. Johnny Hernandez Baseball Camps LLC takes no responsibility for any items that are lost or stolen. In the event your child leaves equipment please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I stay and watch my player?
Parents are encouraged to observe their child’s participation in camps, clinics and lessons. Coaches will be happy to answer any questions after the event is over regarding what we worked on at camp that day. For safety and liability reasons, at no time is a non-camper allowed on the playing surface at Jackie Robinson Ballpark.
Do you offer lessons?
We offers lessons for hitting, pitching, catching, & fielding. If you have any questions or you would like to receive more information regarding our pricing, please email email@example.com