Last Chance College Exposure Event - Manheim PA

The 2024 Last Chance College Exposure Event is  designed for Uncommitted 8th Graders - 12th Graders and serves as the center for player development and recruitment strategy. At these events we capture the performance metrics of each prospect to include Hitting, Fielding, Pitching, IO/OF, POP Times, Throwing and 20/40 times.

Additionally, we create essential highlight videos at these events, showcasing the unique skills and abilities of our athletes. These videos are then uploaded to our website, becoming a central hub for subscribers and college coaches eager to scout and recruit promising talent.

This seamless integration of live event data and highlight videos elevates the significance of our events, making them a pivotal stepping stone for aspiring collegiate athletes.

**Attention** College Coaches (7+) will be in attendance this Event! -  Details to follow !

Colleges in Attendance are as follows;

Shippensburg
William Patterson
Lebanon Valley College
Widener
F&M
Immaculata
Millersville - Pending
West Chester
Juniata - Pending

When: Feb 25th, 2024 (8 am - 11 am).  Check in begins at 7:15 am
Where: Keystone State Sports - 662 Ditz Drive, Manheim PA 17545
For Whom: 8th - 12th graders (including 13 year olds playing travel ball) looking to play at the next level

Registration deadline -  2/20/24

Big Time Softball events are designed to give players the maximum exposure needed to advance to the next level. You receive at our events an edited HD performance Video which will be hosted on the Big Time Softball website under your personal profile.


** PLEASE READ ** All players will receive an online profile with their verified statistics listed from this event, a picture and uploaded video (7-to-10 days post event) from the players performance. Furthermore, the top players will be listed in our statewide player rankings and overall rankings. Athletes will also have an opportunity to be featured on Big Time Softball Social Media platforms during the event.  Big Time Softball events are a must for serious players with goals of playing at the next-level. 

Agenda - 


7:30 AM - 7:45 AM:   Player Registration, Photos and Warm-ups

Players arrive and complete registration, including providing necessary information and waivers.
Players have time for warm-up, stretching, and getting acquainted with the event area.


8:00 AM - 8:20 AM:     20/40-Yard Dash

Players participate in the 20 & 40-yard dash assessment, where their speed and acceleration are measured.


8:30 AM - 9:45 AM:    Hitting Assessment

Players take turns at hitting stations, where exit velocity and hitting mechanics are assessed.
Coaches and Scouts observe players' batting skills and power.


9:45 AM - 10:15 AM:     Infield and Outfield Assessment

Infield and outfield drills are conducted to evaluate players' fielding skills, including ground balls, pop-ups, and throws.
Coaches assess players' fielding range, accuracy, and arm strength.


10:15 AM - 10:45 AM: Catcher Pop Time Assessment

Catchers participate in pop time assessments to measure their quickness in throwing out baserunners.
Coaches evaluate catchers' receiving skills, transfer times, and arm strength.


10:45 AM - 11:30 PM: Pitching Assessment

Pitchers take the mound for assessments of their pitch velocity, accuracy, and command.
Coaches and Scouts observe pitchers' mechanics and ability to control various pitches.


Location

Keystone State Sports
662 Ditz Drive
Manheim, PA
17545
United States

662 Ditz Drive, Manheim PA 17545

Agenda - 


10:30 AM - 11:00 AM:   Player Registration and Warm-up

Players arrive and complete registration, including providing necessary information and waivers.
Players have time for warm-up, stretching, and getting acquainted with the event area.


11:00 AM - 11:20 AM:     20/40-Yard Dash

Players participate in the 20 & 40-yard dash assessment, where their speed and acceleration are measured.


11:30 AM - 12:30 PM:    Hitting Assessment

Players take turns at hitting stations, where exit velocity and hitting mechanics are assessed.
Coaches and Scouts observe players' batting skills and power.


12:30 PM - 1:00 PM:     Infield and Outfield Assessment

Infield and outfield drills are conducted to evaluate players' fielding skills, including ground balls, pop-ups, and throws.
Coaches assess players' fielding range, accuracy, and arm strength.


1:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Catcher Pop Time Assessment

Catchers participate in pop time assessments to measure their quickness in throwing out baserunners.
Coaches evaluate catchers' receiving skills, transfer times, and arm strength.


1:30 PM - 2:00 PM: Pitching Assessment

Pitchers take the mound for assessments of their pitch velocity, accuracy, and command.
Coaches and Scouts observe pitchers' mechanics and ability to control various pitches.

Agenda - 


7:15 AM - 7:30 AM:   Player Registration and Individual warm-up

Players arrive and complete registration, including providing necessary information and waivers.
Players have time for warm-up, stretching, and getting acquainted with the event area.


8:00 AM - 8:20 AM:     20/40-Yard Dash

Players participate in the 20 & 40-yard dash assessment, where their speed and acceleration are measured.


8:30 AM - 9:30 AM:    Hitting Assessment

Players take turns at hitting stations, where exit velocity and hitting mechanics are assessed.


9:30 AM - 10:30 AM:     Infield and Outfield Assessment

Infield and outfield drills are conducted to evaluate players' fielding skills, including ground balls, pop-ups, and throws.


10:30 AM - 11:00 AM: Catcher Pop Time Assessment

Catchers participate in pop time assessments to measure their quickness in throwing out baserunners.


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Pitching Assessment

Pitchers take the mound for assessments of their pitch velocity, accuracy, and command.