Here you’ll find a list of the camps offered by the top D1 schools in the country. The baseball camps listed on this list are primarily intended for intermediate to advanced players interested in competing at the college level (and beyond)!
North Carolina State Baseball Camp
About the camp: North Carolina State Wolfpack Baseball Camps in Raleigh, North Carolina are designed for players to develop their skills in all areas of the game of baseball. The Wolfpack coaches and players will be on hand to demonstrate and instruct not only the basics but also more advanced areas of the game. Below you’ll find our school’s Division I college baseball camps, baseball showcases and instructional camps and clinics. Visit us in beautiful Raleigh, North Carolina for a baseball camp or showcase and show us your skills!
Who should attend: Boys age 6 – 16. Designed to take your skills to the next level.
Fees: $270 for 4-day camp
Registration: Visit http://collegebaseballcamps.com/wolfpack to register.
Vanderbilt Baseball Camp
About the camp: The Vanderbilt High School Prospect Camp offers a unique baseball learning opportunity for the high school player who has aspirations of playing baseball at the highest level (College or Pro). The five–day format is very intense and instructional and will have a large emphasis on individual position play, hitting fundamentals, and game experience. Players will also have instruction in strength training and baseball agility exercises.
Who should attend: Boys grades 9-12.
Fees: $405 per camper (Commuter) or $505 per camper (Overnighter)
Registration: Visit http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/m-basebl/baseball-camp.html to register.
LSU Baseball Camp
About the camp: The LSU Baseball High School Showcases provide an excellent opportunity for high school players to be evaluated by the LSU Coaching Staff. The LSU Baseball High School Showcases are designed for the serious baseball player- one who has the interest and desire to play baseball at the next level. A maximum number of 34 players will be permitted, in order to field 2 teams. An exact allotment will be permitted for each playing position; when a certain position fills up, we will no longer accept campers for that particular position. Positions are as follows: 12 pitchers (pitchers will pitch 2 innings each but will not hit or play the field), 4 catchers (catchers will catch 6 innings), 2 First Basemen (1st basemen will play 12 innings of 1st base), 8 infielders (infielders will rotate between 2B-SS-3B), and 8 outfielders (Outfielders will rotate between (LF-CF-RF). Players can choose pitcher and another position in which case they will pitch one inning, receive 3 at bats, and play in the field at their desired position.
Who should attend: Boys grades 9-12.
Fees: $145-250, varies based on option chosen
Registration: Visit http://www.lsubaseballcamps.com/highschooldates.html to register.
Oregon State Baseball Camp
About the camp: Oregon State Beaver Baseball Camp is designed to provide the best possible baseball instruction for players from grades 2-12 of all abilities. Emphasis at the camps is placed upon improving each individual’s skills and knowledge of baseball.
Each camper will receive specific instruction on how to play the game and how to improve himself both on and off the field. Skills and techniques will be improved through individual and small group instruction, drills, and game experience. Instruction will cover all aspects of baseball.
Who should attend: Boys grades 2-12.
Fees: Varies based upon option chosen
Registration: Visit http://www.oregonstatebaseballcamp.com/2016_Camps.htm to register.