Three Youth Camps Set for January

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The month of January will feature three Brad Hill Baseball Camps, starting with the first of two High School Exposure Camps on January 17 and followed by the Future Stars Kids Camp on January 18.

The Future Stars Kids Camp, for ages 6-12, is a great opportunity for kids to spend a day off of school and have fun with the K-State baseball team. The one-day baseball experience provides high-quality instruction covering all aspects of the game. In the morning, pitching and defense will be taught while in the afternoon, the focus shifts to offensive skills. The entire camp will be held in the K-State football indoor facility.

The Future Stars Kids Camp is $100 and campers will need to pack their own lunch. Participants will be separated into groups by age and experience. 

The two High School Exposure Camps, for ages 15-18, are set for January 17 and 23. These camps are designed to provide players with an opportunity to be evaluated in a professional scouting format by the K-State coaching staff. Campers will be assessed at their primary and secondary positions, identifying strengths and weaknesses. College coaches from around the state will be contacted about the event, and various coaches have attended exposure camps in the past.

The cost of each High School Exposure Camp is $125, which includes lunch. 

All three camps are scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on its respective day.

For more information about these upcoming camps, please contact K-State volunteer assistant coach Blake Kangas at (785) 532-7968 or Campers can also register by clicking here.