Killian HS Standout Eddy Demurias Chooses Kent State

Killian and Florida Legends stand out Eddy Demurias has committed to Kent State, “It came down to the great baseball program that they have with a winning history, and more importantly the coaches were extremely excited to bring me on board and have me”, said Demurias on his decision. The three time FHSAA Class 8A District Champion Killian Cougars are under the guidance of Angel Herrera. Herrera who also coaches the Florida...

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30 TOPPS Participants Drafted in 2014

    The Prospect Select Baseball family has been growing at a rapid pace with expansions reaching the Midwestern United States with PS Baseball Mid-west and deeper into the South East region with PS Baseball Carolina. Why have we expanded? The expansion is due to our track record throughout our humble beginnings at PS Baseball Florida. During our TOPPS events we have accumulated: 479 total participants 385 Division I...

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Holland Talks TOPPS & Collegiate Summer Ball

John Holland has always been labeled as an “undersized right handed pitcher”. At 5’9” you can’t really blame the scouts and coaches. In a world where we are taught to not judge a book by its cover, we constantly judge an athlete by their frame. This is where Prospect Select Baseball comes in. “I have been to other showcases before and hands down the experience at my TOPPS event was the best. I wanted to...

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Strength & Conditioning With Joshua Ortegon

As a High School Strength and Conditioning Specialist, there are many factors to consider when designing a year-round strength and conditioning program. Skill level, other sport demands, time available for training, and available resources such as equipment and space can all be powerful influences. When following the Long Term Athletic Development model, high school athletes will fall into one of two stages of training: the “train to...

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Ehrlich's Mental Edge

The C Word Confidence! If you were to poll a pool of athletes across a variety of sports about how they feel during both good and bad performances, there is little doubt the word confidence would come up over and over. When performance is good, confidence is high. When performance is bad, confidence is low. The answer is simple then. Let's be confident all the time. Then performance will always be good. Things, unfortunately, are not that...

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