Fall Exposure Camps Set for November 2, 15

Aug. 21, 2014

K-State AthleticsMANHATTAN, Kan. - Upcoming this fall, Brad Hill Baseball Camps will be holding two Exposure Camps to help high school players showcase their skills in front of collegiate coaches.

The two camps, one on November 2 and the other on November 15, will offer players ages 15-18 the opportunity to be evaluated by the K-State coaching staff as well as additional coaches from the Midwest. Players will go through an extensive evaluation that is run similar to a professional tryout, with live batting practice/pitching sessions and in-game situations. Included in the camp will be special sessions with K-State baseball strength coach Tyler Looney, athletic trainer Blaine Burris, and academic advisor Jamie Hamor.

The cost for each camp day is $125, and participants can enroll by calling K-State volunteer assistant coach Blake Kangas at (785) 395-2679 or clicking here.

On each day, camp will be from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Tointon Family Stadium.

The Fall Exposure Camp is open to all entrants limited only by age, number, grade level, and/or gender. Brad Hill Baseball Camps are a privately-owned enterprise and are not sponsored or a part of Kansas State University.