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PRIME 60

2 DAY SHOWCASE CAMP

ENROLL NOW

Date: Oct. 12-13, 2019

Location: Yogi Berra Stadium, Little Falls, NJ

 

Tuition: $425

Colleges Attending: 60+

 

Graduating Classes: 2020s, 2021s, and 2022s

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(Colleges Confirmed Multiple Times)

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Testimonials:

GO YARD Prime Showcases are very informative, well organized and an overall great experience for any high school player looking to take their game to the next level. The amount of top notch exposure and instruction from the college coaches participating at camp separates Go Yard from many other camps."

 

-Nolan Neiman,

Former University of Maryland Assistant Baseball Coach

Assistant Baseball Coach

IMG Baseball Academy

GO YARD runs terrific, exposure oriented and very well organized showcases. The players get hands on instruction from college coaches and pro scouts on the field and get to interact and ask any questions they may have. Not too many showcases and camps can offer what Go Yard showcases offer."

 

-Rob DiToma,

Assistant Baseball Coach

Fordham University

"Absolutely the best Showcase Opportunities out there."

 

-Mike Mobbs

Assistant Baseball Coach

New York University

"Excellent, Exposure Camps for aspiring High School players

who want to play at the next level."

 

-Ryan Kramer

Assistant Baseball Coach

Dickinson College

"Must-Attend showcases. Players are seen by a wide variety of

college coaches and everything is done on one field so all eyes are on each player all the time."

 

-Eric Franc

Assistant Baseball Coach

Towson University

"I have been attending the GO YARD Events for over four years now, and I can say without hesitation that Paul and his staff along with his wife, daughter and son are one of the best in the business. Paul’s passion for the game of baseball and willingness to help every player reach their goal of playing at the next level is easy to see from the second you meet him. Every GoYard showcase is very well put together with players from the Tri-state area and more. GoYard consistently brings in coaches from every collegiate level from all across the nation, which allows for maximum exposure to all attendees. Additionally, Paul runs his events with extreme attention to detail and gives every player a chance to showcase their skills to the best of their ability along with the opportunity to interact with every coach in attendance throughout the entire event. His staff is able to provide extensive information on each individual player at any given time. The hospitality and courtesy that he and his staff show to the college coaches in attendance, players, and parents are by far second to none. I highly recommend attending all GoYard events."

 

-Gabe Alfaro

Director of Player Personnel

Florida International University

"Professionally run showcases with talented ballplayers from in and around the tri-statearea.  Go Yard events are tremendous. I always look forward to attending them.

Paul and his staff do a great job of providing a platform of maximum exposure for all playersin attendance to a wide range and diverse group of college baseball programs throughout the east coast.

 

-Conor Kortmann

Assistant Baseball Coach

Babson College

 

Go Yard Prime Showcases are well run and give great exposure to the players who attend.  The events are very well attended and the players receive a solidopportunity to showcase in front of a large, diverse group of colleges.The "Go-Live" Games are competitive and allow college coaches to see the entire players skillset.

 

-Joe Forcellini

Assistant Baseball Coach

Moravian College

 

County College of Morris

 

SUNY Cortland

Trinity

TCNJ

RVCC

Sacred Heart

Lackawanna

St. John Fisher

Rutgers

University of Bridgeport

Shennandoah

Rider

 

 

Rowan

STAC

NJIT

 

 

New York University

 

Felician

 

Monmouth

 

New Paltz

 

East Stroudsburg

 

Wagner

Monmouth

 

Mount St. Vincent

 

Manhattan

 

Villanova

 

 

 

Moravian

 

Lehigh

 

Montclair State

 

University of Albany

 

Misericordia

Lehigh

 

James Madison

Kean

Gettysburg

 

 

Iona

Harvard

Eastern

U. Mass. Amherst

Swarthmore

Dickinson

University of Rhode Island

Florida International

DeSales

University of Delaware

FDU-Teaneck

Cabrini

University of Connecticut

St. Josephs

Elon

Bard

St. Johns University

Coastal Carolina

Babson

Seton Hall

Amherst College

Arcadia

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