Monte Lee Brings The Right Profile’s TAP360 System to Clemson Baseball for Enhanced Player Evaluation and Development

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The Right Profile recently interviewed Monte Lee, Clemson's new head baseball coach, about his continued use of The Right Profile's TAP360 System. Coach Lee was an early adopter of the TAP360 Player Evaluation and Development System at the College of Charleston and brought the TAP with him to Clemson to help quickly understand his new players and how to best coach and develop them.

Monte Lee - Head Baseball Coach of the Clemson Tigers

Monte Lee - Head Baseball Coach at Clemson University

In my experience of using it when I was at Charleston, I thought it made a world of difference for us as coaches, being able to look at our players and understand how to coach them by looking at the Coaching Report for each player.

The Right Profile recently interviewed Clemson Tigers' Head Baseball Coach, Monte Lee, about how he is bringing the Troutwine Athletic Profile (TAP) and The Right Profile’s TAP360 player evaluation and development system that he used at College of Charleston to his new position at Clemson University.

In the interview, Coach Lee states he is implementing the TAP360 platform immediately. “We are officially using the TAP here at Clemson. We just set it up this morning and sent out a group email to all of our players and told them they have until tomorrow to take the TAP, if that tells you anything about how important the TAP test is to us.” He continued, “In my experience of using it when I was at Charleston, I thought it made a world of difference for us as coaches, being able to look at our players and understand how to coach them by looking at the Coaching Report for each player. We knew what worked for them for motivation and what didn’t based on the Evaluation Reports.”

Coach Lee recounted how the TAP360 System helped with two freshman players at the College of Charleston. “A good example was last year at Charleston. I had two freshmen that pitched for us out of the bullpen. They were two guys that, based on the physical tools and their performance in the fall, we did not think were going to pitch a lot for us. They were struggling physically. After taking the TAP, one thing that was pretty surprising for us is that these guys had high scores for mental toughness.” Coach Lee continued, “So, in the spring, we put them out there and they ended up being all-conference pitchers for us because they could handle the pressure and the adversity of pitching in high-pressure situations.”

Although the TAP has been used by NFL, MLB and NBA teams for decades to better evaluate, coach and develop their athletes, it was not offered to college and high school athletic programs until late 2014. Many pro teams, including the Kansas City Royals, Washington Nationals and the New England Patriots, include the TAP as an integral part of their organization’s talent pipeline, development and mental conditioning programs.

The full-text of The Right Profiles interview is available at on their press and media page at

About The Right Profile
The TAP360 System is owned by The Right Profile and is a cloud-based platform of assessments, reports and exercises to improve athlete development and the mental game. It is based on the Troutwine Athletic Profile (TAP) taken by nearly 20,000 elite athletes. The TAP360 System is used by teams in the NFL®, MLB® & NBA® to evaluate and develop professional athletes. The goal of the TAP360 System is to help athletes develop a champion’s mindset. For more information, visit To take the TAP assessment, visit

About Clemson Baseball
The Clemson Tigers baseball team represents Clemson University in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference, in NCAA Division I college baseball. The team has a long history of winning, as the program has reached the NCAA Tournament in all but one season dating back to 1987. Clemson has also made twelve appearances in the College World Series with an all-time record of 12–25 in Omaha. The Tigers are currently coached by head coach Monte Lee and play their home games in Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The Clemson Tigers share a heated in-state rivalry with the University of South Carolina, which Aaron Fitt of Baseball America has called "far and away the most compelling rivalry college baseball has to offer.”

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