NU Camp FAQs
Q. What should I bring to my baseball camp or showcase camp?
A. Many times the camp itself will have a recommended list of items to bring to camp, but here are a few things to help you. All position players should bring a bat and glove. Look like a baseball player by wearing a hat, jersey, belt, baseball socks, etc. You need to look the part. If you are a catcher, have your own gear. Hitters, bring your bat and helmet just in case. Don't expect to use the college's equipment and you must be ready to go! Borrow something from a teammate or coach if you do not have one.
What they're saying...
My name is David Kelly, father of Dylan Kelly(camp attendee) I am writing you to provide customer feedback for the camp experience that you provided this weekend. Dylan and I have attended a fair amount of these camp/showcases ranging from the southern part of the Eastern US through the Northeast. The providers of these have ranged from Independent(Demarini, New Era etc) to D1, D2 and D3 specific College and University venues. Frankly said, your camp( 2 day, integrated with admissions and the school, $110, and most importantly and accurate detailed assesment of attendee current skill level) strikes a great balance of drill/instruction with situational skill display. This truly was one of/if not the best camp we have attended to date. Thank you.