MSU Eagles Elite Prospect Camp III
The MSU Eagles Elite Prospect Camp is the perfect environment to receive instruction, improve your skills and be evaluated by our college coaches. The camp also affords a first-hand look at our campus and baseball facilities. In addition to providing elite instruction, the goal is to educate campers and parents on the collegiate experience and the recruiting process, along with such topics as what a college coach looks for. The MSU Eagles Elite Prospect Camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender), and is designed specifically for current high school players, transfer students who are in the NCAA portal, and JUCO student-athletes who desire exposure and instruction from college baseball coaches from various levels, as other coaches will be invited to view and/or work the camp.
Event Type: Prospect Camps
Rules & Policies
- I understand and acknowledge the risks and dangers involved in participation of the sporting event and assume all risks of injury and damage incident to my child’s participation and any risk of injury due to spectating. Further, in consideration of my child being allowed to participate in the event, I hereby release, discharge and relinquish MSU Eagles Baseball Camps, its event venues, its officers, agents, representatives, employees, college coaches and officials of and from all claims, demands, actions and causes of action of any sort, for any injuries sustained by me/my child while participating in the event and agree to hold them harmless and indemnified.
- I understand that MSU Eagles Baseball Camps does not provide medical insurance coverage for its participants and spectators. By acknowledging this waiver, I’m verifying that I have medical insurance coverage for my child/participant and myself. I will be responsible for all medical expenses incurred as a result of participating in the event.
- In case of inclement weather, MSU Eagles Baseball Camps will use all reasonable efforts to conduct as much of the event as possible. I understand that I am not entitled to a refund if MSU Eagles Baseball Camps cannot complete the event because of any condition beyond their control. This includes natural disasters and weather related events.
- Refunds are not issued. Campers will have credit for one year for any other camp.
- I agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the venue in which the event is held. This includes all Covid-related protocols and not consuming alcohol on the grounds, tobacco use and obscene or verbally abusive behavior. I understand that I may be removed from the event for violating any of these rules.
- MSU Eagles Baseball Camps may take candid photos and videos of all the participants. Your agreement here implies willingness to be photographed. These photos and videos might be used without any compensation to you at anytime. This includes, but is not limited to: digital media on the MSU Eagles Baseball Camps website or in print, in videos sold to participants, in marketing materials, on social media or social media advertisements, and in television advertisement or programs.
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230 Playforth Pl, Morehead, KY
Morehead State University Baseball
Check out some of our FAQs below
What should I bring?
Campers will need all baseball-related equipment as well as position-specific equipment (catcher’s gear, helmets, spikes, turf shoes or sneakers, glove, hat, etc). Campers should bring a refillable water bottle, sunscreen, and snacks.
Is food provided?
No, food is not provided. Campers will be responsible for their own meals. For most camps, there will be time to visit a local restaurant. Water is provided throughout the camp day.
Is there medical care?
Yes, an athletic trainer will be on staff. In addition, St. Claire Regional Hospital is less than a 5-minute ride.
What happens in the event of inclement weather?
The Eagles coaching staff is prepared and trained to deal with inclement weather. We have access to 3 indoor venues. The camp will go on as scheduled
Can an entire team attend?
What does a typical camp schedule look like?
Youth camp: Beginning at 9am there will be skill instruction by position (campers can choose a different one each day or stay in the same position group all week). At the same time there will be hitting groups. At about 1015, there will be a short break. At 1030, we start the competition phase: games, Baseball Olympics, skills challenge, etc. The day concludes at 1200pm.
Prospect camp: Typically begins with a mobility and strength assessment. This is followed by a standard pro workout: 60-yard dash, defensive evaluation, and batting practice. Following the pro-style workout, players will get defensive and hitting instruction by position. The day concludes with live at bats or a game.
I play multiple field positions, can I showcase and play more than one position?
Yes, you may showcase and play at multiple field positions. For example you can showcase and play at both catcher and in the outfield. For a two-way player (ie. pitcher and position player), there is a small surcharge in order to showcase and play both a field position and pitcher.
Are there refunds?
No, we are able to offer campers who have to cancel a credit for one year from the camp they originally registered for as long as we receive an email notifying us that they will not be attending. For no-shows with no communication, they will forfeit their tuition.