AthleticScholarships.com Releases Division II Baseball Recruiting Guidelines

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AthleticScholarships.com has published Division II baseball guidelines that outline what coaches and recruiters consider average stats for top level recruits. The guidelines were created utilizing data from hundreds of college baseball coaches recruiters and baseball recruits.

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AthleticScholarships.com, the premiere college recruitment and athletic scholarship website, has released Division II baseball recruitment guidelines for each player positions. The guidelines provide an overview of what college baseball recruiters and coaches consider to be the model stats for high level recruits. Division II NCAA baseball decision makers take many things into consideration and the guidelines outline the accolades, academics and athletic achievements scouts are looking for.

It is essential for players to understand that evaluating prospective athletes is not an exact science and competition is extremely high for Division II baseball. Other divisions, especially junior colleges could present better recruitment opportunities. By providing a better understanding the ideal stats, these guidelines serve here help student athletes prepare themselves for the recruitment process and improve their chances of bring recruited for a position on a Division II baseball team.

The Division II baseball recruiting guidelines were created using information provided by various sources, including college baseball coaches, hundreds of baseball recruits and college rosters. The data reveals the ideals statistics for baseball players that are picked to compete at the Division II collegiate level.

Division II Baseball Recruitment Stats for High Level Players

5 Metrics Used to Evaluate Division II College Baseball Players

  •         Hitting power
  •         Hitting average
  •         Arm Strength/Throwing Ability
  •         Speed/Base Running Ability
  •         Rand and Fielding Ability

Pitchers

  •         1 strikeout per inning pitched on average
  •         Pitch 82 mph consistently and up to 95+ mph
  •         1 addition pitches thrown consistently
  •         ERA below 3.0

Catchers

  •         Height - 6'0"
  •         Weight - 180 pounds
  •         2.0 and below pop time

Middle Infielders

  •         Height - 6'0"
  •         Weight - 180 pounds
  •         Right-hand hitter - Home to 1st in 4.3 or less
  •         Left-hand hitter - Home to 1st in 4.2 or less
  •         60 yard dash in 6.9 or less
  •         Throw low 80s mph velocity from the infield

Corner Infielders

  •         Height - 6'0"
  •         Weight - 180 pounds
  •         4+ home runs
  •         20+ RBIs

Outfielders

  •         Height - 5'11"
  •         Weight - 180 pounds
  •         Right-hand hitter - Home to 1st in 4.2 or less
  •         Left-hand hitter - Home to 1st in 4.1 or less
  •         60 yard dash in 6.8 or less
  •         Throw 87+ mph velocity from the outfield

Preferred Grades for Division I Baseball Recruits

  •         3.5 GPA
  •         ACT score of 25 or higher
  •         SAT score of 1250 or higher on the two-part SAT, 1800 on the three-part SAT

To get more information on baseball recruiting and athletic scholarship statistics in states, divisions and schools across the country, please visit: AthleticScholarships.com

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