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College baseball recruiting survival guide — save time. Save money. Play col­lege baseball.

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Thousands of parents feel they must rely on their kid’s high school coach, get really lucky, have an all-American player, know the right people, or spend a ton of money to gain exposure.  Whatever the case, too many parents are spending hundreds, if not, thousands of dollars for baseball exposure, a scholarship, or just a chance for their son to play college baseball.

What’s worse is that ambitious college recruiting services and showcase coordinators are making a killing on the lack of knowledge that baseball parents have about the recruiting process.

Hi.  My name is David Franco, Founder of NextLevelBallPlayer.Com, a blog for aspiring baseball players that want to play at the “next level”.  For the last several years, I have been a sounding board to countless high school players and parents as they navigate through the maze of the college baseball recruiting process.  Often, the questions and stories are ones of frustration and confusion.

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“The idea behind of all your information is great. I have read many articles on the baseball recruiting process and yours by far are the easiest to read. The College Baseball Recruiting Survival Guide was straight to the point.”

“Your book gets straight to the point on what you need to know to have the best oppor­tu­nity to get in to an excel­lent col­lege with an excel­lent base­ball pro­gram. So...

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