The Kansas State baseball program will host two exposure camps for high school players on Jan. 13 and Jan. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Brad Hill Winter Exposure 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 evaluated at their primary and secondary positions. A written camp evaluation identifying each player’s strengths and weaknesses will be mailed out and can be used to send to other colleges of interest.
The camp will also provide the opportunity to see what current Wildcat players experience everyday in the program. Twenty-five percent of K-State’s current roster is made up of former campers from events similar to this one.
College coaches from around the state will be contacted about this event, and various coaches have attended our exposure camps in the past.
The camp will take place in the Brandeberry indoor baseball facility and will also use the K-State indoor football facility.
Lunch will be provided.