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Huntingdon College - Baseball

Diamond Hawk Showcase Camp

Location Montgomery, AL
Event Date(s) Nov 2, 2019
Grades 9th to 12th
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Event Description

Diamond Hawk Showcase Camp


Huntingdon College will be hosting their annual Diamond Hawk Showcase Camp on Saturday November 2nd, 2019.  The showcase camp is constructed to target all interested Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. This camp will give all prospective players the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities in front of numerous Junior College, NAIA, and NCAA coaches. This event will allow participates to also receive collegiate coaching instruction throughout the day. It will be an all day camp filled with demonstrations on arm strength, fielding, offensive production and power. This workout will be more individualized for each participant guaranteeing more repetitions during the camp sessions as well as numerous opportunities to demonstrate skills during the multiple games. Instruction will be given on each component of the game: infield, outfield, catching, hitting, and pitching. Previous players from this camp have gone on to play at numerous colleges across the southeast. Also, time will be allotted for parents to meet and ask questions to the different collegiate coaches. Unfortunately, registration will be cut off after the first 80 players to sign up. This is a great opportunity for all players who are looking to play college baseball to attend. Whether you’re a graduating senior who is still uncommitted or you are an underclassmen who is trying to get onto college coaches “follow list”, this is a great event to showcase your abilities.

Sign In / Registration begin at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday November 2nd, 2019 at Neal Posey Field located on Huntingdon College’s Campus. Sunday November 3rd will be makeup day if needed. There are no refunds due to incurred cost of hiring staff & event planning. In the event that you cannot attend once registered then we will credit you to a future camp.

Registration Price ($175 Payment and Information must be received before Oct. 26)

Any Registration received after Oct. 26 will only be able to go through the morning showcase portion (no game) for $125.00

If you are a “Pitcher Only” and don’t play a position or take batting practice then your cost is only $125 for the event, but your registration still needs to be in by Oct. 26th to guarantee a spot in one of the games.

If you have any questions, please contact the Huntingdon College Baseball Office at (334)833-4252 or (334)833-4501.

November 2nd
Grades: 9th - 12th
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost: $175
Pitcher Only: $125
Walk-ups for showcase only will be $140 the day of the event.



8:00 – 9:00 Check In

9:00 – 9:15 Organized Stretch

9:15 – 11:30

Outfielders will field and throw to 3B and home from RF.

Infielders will field groundballs straight on, forehand, backhand, turn double plays, and slow roller from their position and throw to 1B.

First basemen will field groundballs from normal depth and coming off the bag and make throws to 2B, as well as field slow roller and make throw to 3B.

Catchers will receive, block, and throw to 2B as well as show footwork on bunt plays & make throw.

All offensive players will separate into the following 6 groups: BP on field, Cage Work, Hitting Talk, Shag/Defense, Bunting technique, & Flexibility/Weight Room.

Hitters will receive fundamental instruction during their cage session and field batting practice.

All defensive positions will also receive instruction during and after their designated sessions.

During the morning sessions, pitchers will work in the bullpen throwing a light session. Also, all pitcher only players will learn a pitcher’s weight room routine, discuss the role of a quality conditioning program, participate in numerous rotator cuff strengthening exercises, discuss the importance and the mechanics of the weekly schedule for starters and relievers, and the pregame, during, and postgame routine for pitchers.

11:30 – 12:00

Coaches will be given the opportunity to explain the academic and athletic standards for each college or university. Coaches will then answer any questions parents may ask.

The first game will start when the showcase portion is over. Parents can go get game one participants a sandwich while showcase is going on. Game two participants can go get lunch or go on campus tour while waiting for their game.

12:15 – 5:00

There will be two games. Players  will be assigned to teams and play in one of the two games. Teams  will be given 15 minutes between games to warm up and prepare.

We will also increase game length if necessary in order for all pitchers to throw live. Campus tours for players and families will be available when players are not playing in their games.

Colleges Present in Previous Years:

Samford University, Troy University, Alabama State University, University of Montevallo, Spring Hill College, AUM, Faulkner University, LaGrange College, Birmingham Southern College, Jefferson Davis CC, Lurleen B. Wallace CC, Lawson State CC, Wallace-Selma CC