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The best valued College Baseball Showcase Camp in the country!

The camp starts with a pro-style skills showcase, then follows with a controlled scrimmage, instructional sessions on hitting and defense, a lunch break, mental skills training, and another controlled scrimmage. A discussion about the college recruiting process and camp awards wrap up the day. Every camper will get a minimum of two at-bats (not plate appearances, but actual ABs). Each pitcher will face a minimum of 5 batters. After camp, you will receive written evaluations that include your 60 yard time, velocity, a personalized hitting mechanics checklist, a pitching evaluation if you pitched, and subjective comments from the college coaches. Every camp with have at least five college coaches (counting Coach Traub) with at least one Division I coach (not counting Coach Traub).

Includes Parents Recruiting Workshop

Find out what you need to do and when. Hear about recruiting from the college coaches point of view. From NCAA Eligibility Center, to getting seen, to SAT's and official visits. You need to know what to expect and what pitfalls to avoid,

Includes Coach Traub's Mental Skills Training

Under pressure Will You Break Down or Break Through?

Today's culture teaches the physical skills of performance impressively well but it's usually a sink or swim world when it comes to mental skills. If yo have invested significant time or money into your performance, but have not maxed out your potential, then you cannot afford to skip out on training your brain!



Coach Traub Can Help!

What do campers love about Coach Traub's Showcase Camps? In their words:

"I just want to thank you for your role in my daughter achieving her goals! She is now a verbal commit to Northwestern State University.  She was at your camp at Dyess Park in Cypress last summer, and everything fell into place from then on!:) I know Kaitlyn also benefited greatly from your mental game tips as well. Thank you!"

"Coach Traub, I just wanted to let you know that Dalton signed with Northwood University last month. I figured you would like to know since Dalton came through a few of your camps. I truly believe that his exposure to Northwood at your camps help facilitate him getting signed there. Thanks again!"

"I enjoyed the camp yesterday very much coach and thanks for dropping my helmet by Rudy's too. Hopefully I'll be able to attend more of your camps in the future. The schools/coaches you had there really made it fun and the format was a lot more fun that others I've been to."

"Coaches, thanks for the camp today. It was great. I appreciate the work and drills you all did to help Brandon."

"Thanks for sending the feedback/evaluation regarding Kenneth's participation in your camp. Just wanted to give you some feedback because you are the only one we are aware of that offers this type of feed back to the players. It was meaningful, realistic and encouraging for Kenneth. Coming from a Home School team as we do, you never really know how you compare with public school ball and the feedback helps, and identifies things for him to work on. Thanks again."

"Working and interacting with the Coaches."

"The college coaches that were present."

"Not too big of a showcase."

"The various stations that were available to the campers and the fluency in which they were presented. Very timely and I love that!"

"Learning new things."

"Getting to talk to the coaches."

"The great instruction given at primary position and the ability to showcase during live games instead of just a typical pro-style workout."

"Pitching tips."

"Only being a sophomore I learned so many things."

"The mental aspect of the game."


"The information on recruiting process and the evaluation."

"Pitching drills."

"Meeting new people, getting evaluated by college coaches."

"Small format. Great interaction with the coaches."

"Instruction and feedback."

"Lots of practice / reps in different formats."

"Coach comments."

"The scrimmages and how involved coaches were with one on one coaching."

"Evaluation process."

"The group discussion on mental preparedness."

"Coach Traub's positive energy and love for the game!"

"Feedback from college coaches."

"The amount of coaches."

"The amount of individual instruction and situational coaching."

"Specific about working on your position."

"The mental aspect."

"Enjoyed the hitting instruction and throwing competition/instruction at the start of the camp."

"The one on one with the coaches."

"Fast pace."

"Coach Traub's discussions on the mental part of the game."

"Coach Traub and Baylor Coach feedback."

"Very little down time."

"1 on 1 instruction with coaches."

"When Coach Traub would talk to us between each session"

"Getting needed exposure."

"The Baylor coach and the scrimmages."

"Mental skills. And working with the coaches."

"Variety of stations and 1 on 1 coach contact at the stations; winning a camp award!"

"Being in small groups with the coaches, getting to talk to them one-on-one."

"The mental wrap up Coach Traub conducted after each session with the players."

"Parent class on recruiting."

There are likely others, but we know for sure that Sam Houston State, Northwood, Texas State, Hill College, and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi have all signed players that they first met in person at Coach Traub's Showcase Camp.