College Coach Evaluation Camps

"Where college coaches are on the field not in the stands"

camp and evaluations are ran by college coaches and evaluations will be given out after the camp as well as college coach verbal evaluations throughout both sessions of the camp.  






We limit the space in our showcases to ensure it remains an intimate experience for the players. Our showcases are small, and each coach is on the field (not in the stands) for every game and drill. This is not a competitive camp; each game is controlled so every player gets a chance to showcase their skills and be seen by the college coaches in attendance as well as work with coaches on a one on one basis.

The morning session will consist of evaluations.  Evaluations consist of outfield and infield velo’s, pitchers velo’s, catchers poptimes, Hitting analysis, and timed running.

The afternoon session is optional and is LIMITED TO 60 PLAYERS.  In this session players will play 2 games coached, umped and directed by college coaches.  After the games, players will have a chance to talk to coaches one on one.



The hitting analysis consists of Hitters exit velocity, hitters velocity at contact and the hitters bat speed.  Players will recieve an email with Smart Video Capture using bat sensor.  We will trim your video and video will have access to your metrics or they can be removed.  Video can be used for video analysis with your coach or hitting instructor.  

At the conclusion of the last game at the end of the day players will be able to talk to the college coaches and a questions and answers session will be held on the field.    This is the time to ask any questions that you might have.  Coaches from all levels (NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA) will be available to answer your questions.  This is also a great time to pass out your profile sheets and talk to coaches about their programs.  Coaches may not be able to talk about recruiting during this time, per the NCAA Rules and Regulations.      


First thin in the morning, our coaches put the players through warm-ups ensuring they are loose and ready to play. This gives players an idea of what being on a college ball team is like.

Included with the evaluation results is the data from our skills and drills, including arm strength and throwing velocity from infield and outfield, catchers pop times, home to first and hitting analysis. We also do infield/outfield drills and the coaches work with the players to improve footwork and throwing ability in an effort to improve skills, time allowing.


What People are Saying

“I have been working Elite Softball Showcases camps for years now. It’s hard to find a camp where every college coach gets to work with and see every athlete in the camp. Every time I work one of their camps, we get 2 or 3 participants to come to Friends University in Wichita, KS. I have nothing but great things to say about Elite Softball Showcases camps and encourage everyone to attend!”

Coach Tony Segovia, Mcpherson University

“What a great camp, filled with great staff and coaches. It was amazing to see everyone go out of their way to make my 8th grade daughter Emily Melvin feel relaxed and calm. It was also great to see all the girls cheering for each other. 10 out of 10; would use Elite Softball Showcases again.”

Billy Melvin, Parent of player


“Great camp. We’ve attended two of the Elite Softball Showcases camps and both were great. Lots of one on one with the coaches. Highly recommended.”
Jeremy Savage
Parent of player

“My daughter Kearstin attended the one in Vegas. If your daughter hasn’t been to one you must take her! It was great and definitely exceeded our expectations! As a matter of fact we will be going again in January!”

 Stephanie Larson, Parent of Player

“This was my daughters favorite camp by far! She has done several camps and this one was much smaller. There was a lot more one on one with players and coaches. There were plenty of coaches there and my daughter had a lot of fun!”

Jenny Russel
Parent of Player



“I have always enjoyed working with the Elite Showcases events. I have found players of all levels in attendance. The event allows all coaches to evaluate and work with all the athletes participating in the showcase. In January I found an athlete at the Elite Softball Showcase that will be attending Tyler Junior College this fall. It is not only a greatopportunity for the young women participating to learn and showcase their talents, but also very beneficial for the coaches to network as well. You cannot go wrong attending an Elite Softball Showcases event!”

Head Coach Maria Winn-Ratliff
Tyler Junior College

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:00am – 4:00pm


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