For the most part, it will be JUCO’s and smaller schools looking for last minute pickups...you’re probably not going to see Ohio State or Kent State there. But, as said before, if your son has progressed greatly over the summer or hasn’t had a large showing yet, it could be good. Just be realistic that there aren’t going to be big schools there, but a great performance could get some interest on a possible walk on spot or possible late addition depending on the performance.How are the PBR unsigned senior games whose been Andnor what have you heard ?
My son is a junior right now going into his senior year.
Top Prospects requires an invite, 123, which typically comes from previous exposure to PBR. Don't count on a PBR scout stumbling across your kid during game play somewhere and PBR coming to you cold if you want an invite to a Top Prospects game.Top prospect games would be a more productive event at that point. If still uncommitted at summers end, you can then evaluate the need for unsigned senior games.
If you're interested in the Top Prospect games send an email to PBR and tell them about your son. Tell them who he played for last summer and what HS team he's on. Size, measurables, etc if you have them. They'll at least take a look. They know enough people that they likely can find someone who knows of or has seen a kid....and may invite him based on their recommendation. If you're interested....get in touch with them right away. They likely are pretty well filled for this year by now.Top Prospects requires an invite, 123, which typically comes from previous exposure to PBR. Don't count on a PBR scout stumbling across your kid during game play somewhere and PBR coming to you cold if you want an invite to a Top Prospects game.
Hit,The ranked kids who never attended an event are, as I posted, "no Brainers". PBR would simply look foolish and diminish their cred if they ignored those kids skills. If you need a list of kids who put up excellent show case numbers, were ranked high, and then saw their rankings fall after not attending another PBR showcase, yet continue to excel on the diamond, I can provide those kid's names for you. It's not that hard to research. Also, more than a few PBR showcases don't include any games played. It's just a series of stations collecting numbers for each kid, with opinions listed under the comment section.