University of Southern California Trojans High School Prospect Camp

The University of Southern California Trojans High School Prospect Camp provides a venue to train and learn under the tutelage of a top Division I college baseball coaching staff. This training program is inviting all boys in grade 9 through grade 12 who desire to play at the college level. The venue of this prospect camp will be the leading-edge Dedeaux Field, the home of the University of Southern California Trojans baseball team. Furthermore, this training program is a three-day event that is going to run from July 23 until July 25. The training program includes pro-style workouts, position training, and live game plays. Other Division I coaches are also attending the event to provide further on-field instructions. Participants are also going to receive a performance evaluation at the end of the program. Additionally, the registration cost is $650 per camper. It will be a fun learning experience.
 
The University of Southern California is the oldest private research university in California. With its location in Los Angeles, it has relationships with research and cultural institutions throughout Asia and the Pacific Rim. The University of Southern California maintains a strong tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship. In fact, the university has the fourth largest number of billionaire alumni out of all undergraduate institutions in the world as of 2014. Furthermore, the university is one of the top fundraising institutions. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 18,794 with a gender distribution of 48 percent male and 52 percent female students. Its popular majors include Business, Management, Marketing, and Social Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts, Engineering, Communication, and Journalism. The student-faculty ratio is 8:1, and the school has 59.4 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. Moreover, its ranking in the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges in National Universities is 21st. In sports, the university is competing in the Pac-12 Conference of the NCAA Division I. The athletes’ nickname is Trojans and their identity colors are cardinal and gold.
 

University of Southern California Trojans High School Prospect Camp Organizers

Dan Hubbs is now in his sixth season at the helm of the University of Southern California Trojans baseball team. Coach Hubbs is a University of Southern California alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in finance. Under his leadership, the Trojans have their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 10 years. Coach Dan Hubbs is the team’s former associate head coach. Then, the Trojans associate head coach is Matt Curtis, a native of Visalia, California. Coach Curtis is now in his third year with the coaching staff. He is a Bachelor’s degree in accounting graduate from Fresno State. Coach Curtis is also a former top baseball player. In fact, he is the California Angels’ 28th round pick of the 1996 MLB First Year Players Draft. Gabe Alvarez is the Trojans assistant baseball coach. He is at the same time the team’s recruiting coordinator. The volunteer assistant coach is Bob Batesole and James Roberts is the undergraduate assistant. The Director of Baseball Operations is Martin Butterick and Apoorv Gaur is the Assistant Director of Baseball Operations. Finally, Jason Nicols, Keith Schneider, Max Hsu, Jenny Haskill, Nick Ritcheson, Reed Gallups, Russell Iuliano, Jacob Bickman, and Jason Jiang are the student managers.
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Baseball Recruiting Camps
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Baseball Recruiting Camps
Provider Name
University of Southern California,
Area
Los Angeles, CA
Description
The University of Southern California Trojans High School Prospect Camp is for all and any high school boys entering grade 9 through grade 12. This baseball prospect camp is going to be under the supervision of the University of Southern California Trojans baseball coaching staff and other top Division I coaches. Registration fee is $650.
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