Let's be the best organization in the country at promoting our players to college coaches! 

Every talented player has someone helping them. In most cases, they have a "village" of people helping them. At US Elite we want our coaches to be a big part of that village. I want to encourage you to "go to bat" for players on your team who are worthy of your help. I want to help them, too. 

This form was created so US Elite head coaches can reccomend a player for promotion to college coaches. We are among the best in the country at opening doors for our players, but those players must be deserving in all ways. Please submit this form for players on your team who you want US Elite/Me to promote to college coaches. As we grow, I cannot possibly know every kid unless our coaches tell me. That's why I created this form. 

This form is for your players who are in 8th grade or older. Typically, we are not talking to college coaches about players until their freshman year, but it's till good for me to know about 8th graders who are already looking like college prospects.

Please DO NOT submit any players who have not set up their player profile page. A proper set up has a good pic, and all neccessary info filled in. I ALWAYS look at a players page BEFORE I promote him to a college coach. If his page is not set up, or not well done, I WILL NOT promote him. 

Also, if his GPA is below a 3.0 he technically is not even qualifed to play for US Elite. If it is below 3.0 Juco is most likely the only place I will promote him. D1 schools are rarely interested in kids with low GPA's. There is too much risk in those kids. 

What level? 

US Elite has built a solid reputation for not hyping or eggagerating our player's abilities. Below are some numbers that should help you determine what level a player is projected to play. 

You may assume that the statistical data provided below is meant to serve only as a guideline. Meeting or exceeding the guidelines is not a guarantee that you will produce the desired results you seek. Not meeting the guidelines is also not a guarantee that you will not reach the level you seek. The guidelines focus on the collegiate level of play. Professional prospects are held to an even higher standard and usually project well in many areas. Use this guide as a starting point and challenge yourself to exceed these guidelines through deliberate, perfect practice.

Division I Baseball


The typical Division I player is ‘polished’ and already has all the tools necessary to be successful as a freshman. As opposed to the Division II baseball player, the typical DI player needs far less development. Position players possess at least 4 of 5 measurable tools. Pitchers display a command of at least 3 pitches with high velocities. They have the ability to throw many innings, and most often are only used as pitchers. Most DI players have been awarded accolades such as All-Area, All-County, or All-State early in their high school career. Most DI programs identify prospects their freshman and sophomore years, many of these recruits verbally commit junior year, and these programs mainly wrap up recruiting by the early signing period senior year.


Pitchers: Must have sound mechanics, good fielding skills and show poise under pressure.
-Over 1 strikeout (K) per Inning Pitched
-Velocity: As low as 86 MPH consistently to 95+ (Verified by a reliable source)
(RHP 86 - 95 mph, LHP 84 - 92 mph.)
-2 Additional pitches thrown to spots consistently with good movement, late break and accuracy.

Catchers: Must be able to handle pitchers, frame, drop and block and throw runners out.
-Height: 5'10” or taller
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-Pop Time: 1.95 and below consistently (Verified by a reliable source)

Middle Infielders: Should have good range, quick exchange, a strong arm and be able to turn double plays.
-Height: 5'10”
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.8 or below (Verified by a reliable source)
-Home to 1st:
Right-Handed Hitter: 4.1 or below, Left-Handed Hitter: 4.0
-Velocity from the INF: 85+ MPH (Verified by a reliable source)

Corner Infielders: Should handle hard hit balls, have a quick exchange and a strong arm across the field.
-Height: 6’0”
-Weight: 200 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 7.25 or below
-Velocity from the INF: 85+ MPH (Verified by a reliable source)
-Should be able to hit for power as well as average.

Outfielders: Should cover ground, field anything hit to their position and make strong accurate throws.
-Height: 6'1"
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.8 (Verified by a reliable source) Home to 1B: RH Hitter: 4.1 or faster, LH Hitter: 4.0.
-Velocity from the OF: 85+ MPH (Verified by a reliable source)


Division II Baseball

DII recruits may not throw as hard, play for the top high schools programs, or possess at least 4 of the 5 measurable tools. Student-athletes should be meeting the guidelines below by the summer before their senior year as many division two programs recruit student-athletes who may not have been picked up by division one programs after the early signing period. Many highly ranked DII programs are as competitive as some DI programs and players are drafted by MLB every year from many DII programs.

Pitchers: Must have sound mechanics, good fielding skills and show poise under pressure.
-Averaging about 1K per inning pitched
-Velocity: As low as 81 MPH consistently
(RHP 85+ mph, LHP 81 mph.)
-2 Additional pitch thrown to spots consistently with good accuracy and at will.

Catchers: Must be able to handle pitchers, frame, drop and block and throw runners out.
-Height: 5'10’’
-Weight: 175 lbs.
-Pop Time: 2.0 or faster
-60 Yard Dash: 7.25 or faster

Middle Infielders: Should have good range, quick exchange, a strong arm and be able to turn double plays.
-Height: 5’10’’
-Weight: 175 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.9 or below
-Home to 1st: Right-Handed Hitter: 4.3 or below, Left-Handed Hitter: 4.2
-Velocity from the INF: Low 80’s mph

Corner Infielders: Should handle hard hit balls, have a quick exchange and have a strong arm across the field.
-Height: 5’11”
-Weight: 180 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 7.25 or below
-Should be able to hit for power as well as average.

Outfielders: Should cover ground, field anything hit to their position and make strong accurate throws.
-Height: 5'10’’
-Weight: 175 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 6.8 or below
-Home to 1st: Right-Handed Hitter: 4.2 or faster, Left-Handed Hitter: 4.1 or faster
-Velocity from the OF: 82-86 MPH


Division III Baseball

Some DIII programs are stronger than others, but there seems to be more continuity with the physical characteristics of DIII players than there are for DII or NAIA. Certain DIII programs, such as Wisconsin Whitewater or George Fox recruit student-athletes who miss out on opportunities with the least selective DI programs. Student-athletes should be meeting the criteria below by the beginning of senior year when most division three programs start heavily recruiting players. Statistic to Keep in Mind: There are no Division III colleges that offer baseball in Florida and only eight in the Southeast states of Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida. This is one of the most saturated areas of baseball talent and this means there is even more competition for programs at other division levels.

Pitchers: Must have sound mechanics, good fielding skills and show poise under pressure.
-Approximately 1 K per Inning Pitched
-Velocity: As low at 80 MPH consistently
(RHP 82 mph, LHP 80 mph.)
-1 Additional pitch thrown to spots consistently with good movement, late break and accuracy.

Catchers: Must be able to handle pitchers, frame, drop and block and throw runners out.
-Height: 5’10”
-Weight: 170 lbs.
-Pop Time: 2.1 or below
-60 Yard Dash: 7.40 or below

Middle Infielders: Should have good range, quick exchange, a strong arm and be able to turn double plays.
-Height: 5’10”
-Weight: 165 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 7.25 or faster -Home to 1st: Right-Handed Hitter: 4.4 or faster, Left-Handed Hitter: 4.3 or
faster
-Velocity from the INF: Upper 70’s mph

Corner Infielders: Should handle hard hit balls, have a quick exchange and have a strong arm across the field.
-Height: 5’10”
-Weight: 170 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 7.35 or faster
-Should be able to hit for power as well as average.

Outfielders: Should cover ground, field anything hit to their position and make strong accurate throws.
-Height: 5’10”
-Weight: 170 lbs.
-60 Yard Dash: 7.30 or faster
-Home to 1st: Right-Handed Hitter: 4.3 or below, Left-Handed Hitter: 4.2
-Velocity from the OF: 78+ MPH



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