San Diego Trosky/Learn4Life 20 College Showcase Camp



All High School & Junior College Players

Location: San Diego Mesa College-San Diego, CA 

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Registration Closed





Last Major Opportunity: The San Diego 20 College Showcase Camp features 20 college recruiters and scouts. This camp provides baseball players one last major opportunity to gain exposure before the summer of 2018. Late January is the official start of college spring practices, meaning college seasons are under way and the focus shifts from recruiting to winning a championship. The 2nd NCAA National Letter of Intent signing period for high school seniors opens April 2018.


6,000+ Trosky Baseball has contributed to over 6,000 players playing college and professional baseball!


NOTE: We are flexible with the schedules of those who cannot attend the entire camp. Sunday begins with an optional baseball chapel.



Westmont College  NAIA

Concordia University – Oregon DII


Concordia University – Irvine NAIA

CSU Pomona DII

MLB Bureau  Scout

Chapman University DIII

Biola University NAIA

Antelope Valley College NAIA

Mesa Community College JC

CSU San Marcos  DII

CSU San Bernardino DII

Point Loma Nazarene University DII

Providence Christian College NAIA

UC San Diego DII

San Diego Christian College NAIA

Vanguard University  NAIA

The Masters University NAIA

Hope International University NAIA

AL MLB Scout


Schools are subject to change based on job movements and personal reasons out of our control.


Camp Details:
Camp participants engage in lectures regarding the mental game and the process
Roster spots are limited – maximizing playing time, innings pitched, and at-bats
Position Players participate in skills testing: bat exit speed, velocity throw, 60 yard dash (info given to the coaches)
Camp participants play 2 games (1 showcase game and 1 simulated game)
Position Players receive 6 at-bats (3 live and 3 simulated game at-bats)
Primary Pitchers 2 to 3 innings
Dual Players (playing a position and pitching) pitch 1 to 3 innings
NOTE: An inning is equivalent to 3 or more batters


The Process
Understanding the Recruiting Process is the First Step to Creating Opportunities.


HS Senior / Junior College: HS seniors and JC players – this is your last window to be recruited before the summer of 2018. 

HS Juniors: The most productive time for high school players to be recruited is during their junior year. In this new era of recruiting, most elite players receive baseball scholarships during this time.

HS Sophomores / Freshmen: It is important for young players to have vision and direction, to be motivated, to gain experience, to learn the recruiting process, and to develop confidence performing on stage. Starting the recruiting process early provides great benefit. The majority of Trosky Scholarship players start the recruiting process their freshmen year.


Position Player: $285.00 (per camp)
Pitcher Only: $285.00 (per camp)
Dual Player: add $125.00 (dual player means pitching and playing a position) 


10 Reasons to Attend:
Trosky Baseball has contributed to over 6,000 players playing college and professional baseball
They provide the best player-to-coach ratio
They take place on one field, making each player accessible to the attending college coaches
They allow parents & players the opportunity to learn from the college coaches
They are reasonably priced
Recruiting specialists lecture about the recruiting process and are available to answer questions throughout the event
Player evaluations are available upon request (completed by college coaches and MLB scouts)
They are flexible with the schedules of players that cannot attend the entire event
Trosky Baseball is connected with over 500 colleges across the country
Parents, players, and college coaches say Trosky camps are the most productive prospect events on the West Coast


After working numerous showcase events across the west coast and being a college recruiter and professional baseball scout, Coach Trosky became frustrated with the typical format used by major showcase and recruiting organizations. Typical formats include:

— a lower number of college coaches in attendance and a lack of diversity (different levels of colleges) among them
— a low number of repetitions on both offense and defense
— a limited amount of game exposure for both pitchers and position players
— a lack of connection with the coaches attending the event.


Over the years it became clear that despite attending numerous events and spending thousands of dollars, the majority of high school players end up frustrated and empty handed. As a result, the Trosky Games Camps model was built.


The 6 core concepts included in Trosky Games Camps are:


1.) Multiple Games: Players participate in 2 games (a simulated game and a live game). With the peaks and valleys of baseball, multiple games give each player the opportunity to show consistency and/or to make important adjustments. This allows players to display a more accurate representation of their game.
2.) Repetition: Players take batting practice in the cages before the games. They perform in skills training sessions and perform numerous repetitions between innings. 
3.) Relationships: Attending college coaches are on the field coaching and getting to know the players. Camp activities conclude daily with the College Coach’s Introduction, where players and parents have the opportunity to learn from the college coaches.
4.) Recruiting Information: Players and parents receive recruiting insight from active college recruiting coordinators and from recruiting specialist Nate Trosky. The informative talks conclude with a Q & A session. At the conclusion of camp activities, Coach Trosky is available to answer recruiting questions.
5.) Opportunity: Attending college coaches represent a wide range of colleges and universities (DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, and JC) giving each player the opportunity to be recruited by schools that meet his scholastic, financial, social, and athletic needs.
6.) Schedule Flexibility: Trosky Games Camps are flexible with the schedules of those who cannot attend the entire camp (if you have a special schedule request, we can accommodate). All players are free to come and go throughout the camp when they are not able to attend.


Each player must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, batting gloves, helmet, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Catchers must bring their own gear. Please mark name on all items. Trosky Baseball will not be responsible for lost items.



San Diego Mesa College
7250 Mesa College Dr.

San Diego, CA 92111


Parking Information 

Guests who are visiting Westmont may park in any parking space, except where it is restricted (e.g. faculty only, service vehicles only, fire lanes, unmarked areas). Our public safety officer may place a notice on the vehicle, which serves as a temporary permit.



Meals will not be provided.


Miscellaneous Information

Refund Policy: Once payment is received, there are no refunds ….. Click Here to view Trosky’s Refund Poilicy


All camps will be held rain or shine!


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.