Select Camps Set for July 25-27, August 3-5

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Brad Hill Baseball Camps will hold a pair of three-day select camps this summer to offer high school players the opportunity to be evaluated by the K-State coaching staff and learn the different components of being a Division I student-athlete.

The two separate camps, both set to take place at Tointon Family Stadium, are scheduled for July 25-27 and August 3-5. 

Over the course of the three-day sessions, players will go through an extensive evaluation that is designed to feature each portion of the camper’s overall game. In addition, each camper will be assessed in live games and in-game situations. Campers will be placed at their primary position during defensive evaluations, with the chance to also be evaluated at their secondary position.  

The select camps will also cover offensive drills and offensive concepts, defensive fundamentals, pitching drills, and pitching philosophies. 

In addition to the instruction on the baseball field, there will also be special sessions with K-State strength and conditioning coach Evan Coachman, athletic trainer Blaine Burris, who will give a presentation on arm care, and academic counselor Jamie Hamor, who will educate all campers on new NCAA regulations for eligibility for all Division I student-athletes.

The cost for either camp is $340 for commuters and $400 for residents. Commuters will receive dinner on day one and lunch and dinner on day two. Residents will stay in a dorm for two nights as well as have dinner included on day one, all meals on day two, and breakfast on day three.

The camp is open to any and all entrants and is only limited by age, gender, grade level, and number.

For more information, please contact Blake Kangas, K-State volunteer assistant coach at bkangas@kstatesports.com or click here.