PrimeTime Showcase and Camps
Prime Time Showcase and Camps offers student-athletes an outstanding platform to get identified by colleges and universities coaches and recruiters. Our 2-Day events features NCAA DI, DII, DIII, NAIA and JUCO colleges and universities from around the nation. All events have a limited number of players, maximizing college identification opportunities.
What to look forward to...
2023-2027 Big 6 Prospect Camps w/20+ College Coaches
7250 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66112
2024-2025 Big 6 Prospect Camp w/25 NCAA D1 & D2 College Coaches
105 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, USA
2026-2028 Big 6 Prospect Camp w/25+ College Coaches
50901 US Hwy 27, Davenport, FL 33897
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PrimeTime Showcase and Camps
Have some questions?
Check out some of our FAQs below
What is the camp schedule?
This is a typical two-day event schedule (This may change by event and number of participants):
Day 1: 8:15am – 6pm: Check-In, Q&A, Defensive and Offensive Showcase, Data & Analytics Collection, Games
Day 2: 9:00am – 6pm: Live Games
Note: PrimeTime will provide schedules and additional details through email and its website 3-5 days before camp begins.
PT, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to adjust the schedule of the events.
Do the college coaches all get player contact information and data collected during the event?
All coaches and scouts will be receiving a full detailed description and academic information about your son. They will also have stats and data collected during the event, including pitchers velo, 60-yard dash, exit velocity, arm velocity, etc.
What happens if a college coach cancels?
All colleges advertised have completed an agreement with PT to work camp. In the event a coach is unable to attend, every effort will be made to get another coach from that college before replacing them with another college. PrimeTime reserves the right to modify the colleges listed as needed.
Do players receive camp t-shirts?
All participants receive a numbered shirt and cap. In addition, merchandise is available for purchase.
Cancellation and Refund Policies
All payments are non-refundable, non-deferable, and non-transferable in all circumstances – this includes a college commitment, any injuries, illnesses, and any medical conditions or treatments. No Exceptions. Please carefully consider this prior to accepting an invitation and registering and paying for any of our events.
All cancelations must be requested in writing and be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the player as well as the reason for canceling. You can request for a credit to a future PT event (Note: Texts or calls are not valid to cancel or request a credit). Please carefully consider this prior to accepting an invitation and registering and paying for any of our events.
What happens in the event of inclement weather?
The event remains fully non-refundable in the case of inclement weather. Prime Time will make every effort to ensure the best possible showcase when weather interferes and there will be no refunds or credits, regardless of how much showcase is completed.
Prime Time, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to adjust the schedule of the event, push back the schedule or postpone the event in case of inclement weather. PT also reserves the right to move to an indoor location. Any change in itinerary will be focused on the safety of all participants and staff – PT will not jeopardize the safety of players, coaches and spectators.
In the event a showcase or camp is pushed back, postponed or cancelled due to weather or some other unforeseen event, the showcase or camp will be rescheduled as soon as possible, and PT will announce the make-up day to the players registered. We do not offer refunds if the event is rescheduled, just a future showcase/camp credit if you cannot be in the make-up day and request to cancel.
There will be no refunds or credits, regardless of how much showcase is completed.
What should I bring to camp?
All players and umpires must use their own equipment while participating. This includes gloves, bats, helmets, bags, cleats. catcher’s gear, towels, uniforms/clothing, food/drinks cleats, running shoes/turf shoes and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Numbered performance shirts and hats will be provided at check-in.
Is water provided?
As long as we continue to navigate the challenges caused by COVID-19, players should bring their own, personal cooler instead of using a team cooler. Players should plan on bringing an individual water bottle and not share with teammates.
Is food provided?
Players are responsible to bring their own meal and/or snack.
Will Athletic Trainers be available at camp?
Certified Athletic Training staff is present at PT events.