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Summer Prospect Camp

Montreat College Softball North Carolina
191 Vance Ave, Black Mountain, NC 28711
Roxy Hines Field at Montreat College
June 1
Registration closes Jun 1st.
Grades 9-JUCO
9:00 am - 9:00 pm | Check in 8:30 am
This prospect camp is non-refundable.

We are excited to host our annual Summer Prospect Camp at Montreat College. Coming off of a record breaking year, we are excited to continue to build on our classes of 2024-2028.

The Summer Prospect Camp will include instruction from college coaches, pro-style workout with metrics, recruiting question/answer session, campus tour and a scrimmage game. Lunch will be provided to all registrants.

Concessions and Montreat College team gear will be for sale.

*80% of our current 2024 and 2025 commits attended a Montreat College Softball camp or showcase.*

Event Type: Prospect Camp or Showcase Event

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Summer Prospect Camp
$ 150.00

What to look forward to...

What's included

Food and Drinks
Collegiate Athletes in Attendance
Team Building
Limited Capacity
Coaches or Speakers in Attendance
CPR Certified on Site

Coaches & Organizers you might meet...

Corbin Weeks
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Corbin Weeks took over the Montreat College Softball program as its interim head coach in May 2023.

Prior to his new role, Weeks spent four seasons with the Montreat College Baseball program after joining the staff in the winter of 2019. His primary duties included serving as the hitting and catching coach, assisting with recruiting and overseeing baseball operations. During his two seasons as a full-time assistant (2022, 2023), Weeks helped coach the Cavaliers to two First Team All-AAC selections, three Second Team All-AAC nods, one spot on the All-AAC Gold Glove Team and one AAC All-Tournament Team honor. The Cavs snagged five AAC Player of the Week awards during that same span, all while achieving remarkable results in the classroom, including four College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-District® nods and 38 AAC All-Academic Team honors. The 2022 and 2023 seasons also marked Montreat Baseball’s first back-to-back winning seasons since 2008 and 2009.

Outside of Montreat College, Coach Weeks also spent the past several years as the founder and owner of Next Level Baseball North Carolina and Carolina Prospects Softball. NLB NC, which Weeks founded in 2020, has seen approximately 50 of its athletes commit to colleges ranging from NCAA Division I to NJCAA. NLB NC teams have been a staple in the national Perfect Game rankings since their inception. Weeks founded Carolina Prospects Softball in 2022.

Weeks began his coaching career at Florida 8A powerhouse George Jenkins High School (Lakeland, Fla.) for the 2017 season, before accepting the head coaching job at Mulberry High School (Mulberry, Fla.) for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.

Prior to his coaching career, Weeks pursued his baseball career at Southeastern University (Fla.) under Coach Jason Beck. The Fire finished as the runner-up at the 2013 NCCAA D1 National Championship, losing to Cal Baptist University. In 2014, Weeks helped lead the Fire to their best season in program history (46-16), while winning The Sun Conference for the first time in school history. The Fire fell just short of the NAIA World Series after losing to Georgia Gwinnett in the regional final. In 2015, Weeks’ season was cut short due to a career-ending arm injury. He finished his career with a .293 batting average, 105 hits, 22 doubles, six home runs, and 65 RBIs in 145 games.

Weeks graduated from Evangelical Christian School in 2012 where he was a four-year letterman playing baseball and football. Weeks accumulated numerous accolades including: 3x News Press All-Area First Team, 2011 WWBA & BCS Perfect Game All-Tournament Team, 2012 ESPN First Team All-State, 2012 Perfect Game Pre-Season All-American, 2012 Under Armor Pre-Season All-American and second-place in the sixth annual Power Showcase International High School Home Run Derby at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Weeks lives in Montreat, N.C. with his wife, Sydnie, and his son, Brewer.

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Black Mountain, North Carolina
191 Vance Ave, Black Mountain, NC
Roxy Hines Field is located on the Montreat College- Black Mountain Campus.

191 Vance Avenue, Black Mountain, NC

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Montreat College Softball

  • 850-602-2711
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