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If you have questions about the college recruiting process, believe me, you’re not alone. The process can be challenging, confusing, and flat out overwhelming.
But if you’re serious about playing at the next level, your ability to navigate this process can make or break your chances to play college baseball.
Last night I was joined by Justin Cronk, Founder of Diamond College Advisory Team (DCAT), and we put together an information packed webinar for you.
Justin was amazing and covered a ton of ground in his presentation. He’s an absolute first class guy, and I challenge you to find anyone better when it comes to navigating the college recruiting landscape.
If you want to play baseball in college, or if your son plays baseball
br>then this webinar is absolute must-see material!
People pay Justin good money for his knowledge and expertise, but he’s sharing all this great info with you completely free.
So you don’t want to miss this! Thanks Justin, you are the man!
Diamond College Advisory Team (DCAT) – Founder & Executive Director
email: jcronk AT diamondcollegeadvisory.com
“The Diamond College Advisory Team (“DCAT”) is the premier college advisory program in the country for aspiring college student-athletes and their families.”
“The game of baseball has been the same for over 100 years. The college recruiting process, however, has changed immensely. We found that Justin Cronk and DCAT were hugely beneficial to us in navigating this whole college process. Without his expertise, we don’t know where we would have been.” – Craig Biggio, 7-time MLB All-Star