The Realities Of College Recruiting - Podcast Episode 2

NCAA D3 To MLB Pitcher
Jason Hirsh & Recruiting Realities

Join us for this powerful Realities of College Recruiting podcast interview with former MLP Pitcher and Founder of Fast Arm Care - Jason Hirsh.  Don't miss this episode, it's a powerful one!

Jason was a former NCAA D3 pitcher that become a MLB pitcher with the Colorado Rockies and Houston Astros. He shares in-depth and honest advice for aspiring college and pro players and their parents!

Jason Hirsh - Owner Fast Baseball

Key Topics Covered In This Interview

  • Why Modern Metrics & Spin Rate Matter in Recruiting Today
  • How to Find the Right Skill Development Program
  • What it Means to Find the Right College Fit

As the owner of Fast Arm Care in Denver, Colorado, Jason and his staff help coach, train, and develop youth, high school, college, and MLB players every year to tap into their full potential.  

Jason shares these critical insights on the interview: 

"Your goal should not be to get seen by college coaches but having something worth being seen by college coaches."

"Finding the right college fit is HUGE! It's not always easy to figure out if you don't know what to look for and what questions to ask!"

About The Realities Of College Recruiting Podcast:

Based on the overwhelming lack of college recruiting education, and the numerous and costly mistakes being made by families the Realities of College Recruiting podcast was born. Our podcast will interview NCAA, NAIA, and junior college coaches, top player development experts, and recruiting insiders.

We will empower you with key insights, and critical recruiting strategies needed to gain a competitive advantage in your college recruiting process.

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Our staff personally evaluates well over 10,000 players each year at top tournaments, camps, and showcases. However we selectively advise, and advocate for only a few hundred players each year.

We carefully maintain a trusted network of hundreds of NCAA DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, and junior college coaches that we regularly communicate with in order to give our select group of players’ a competitive recruiting advantage to maximize potential offers.  We are in personal communication with hundreds of college baseball coaches each month.

 

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Most recruiting companies your just a NUMBER in a large database of thousands of players OR a recruiting group that has limited experience and college coach relationships. At SportsForce we offer a personalized and hands-on approach to your recruitment, willing to advocate and talk to college coaches to give you the recruiting advantage.

We give our players and families a competitive edge in the recruiting process, help maximize their recruiting offers, and make the best all-around college decision. We have numerous recruiting case studies and parent written success stories to prove it. Read them Here

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