Through our organization, each player will acquire the necessary experience to succeed at the high school, college and professional level. With our "Best in Class" coaching staff and training facilities, our players receive unparalleled skill development and compete against other national baseball organizations. We work closely with high school and college coaches, as well as professional scouts to insure that our players receive the maximum exposure at each level of competition.
Indiana Prospects Headlines
The Indiana Prospects have concluded Winter Workouts. Best of luck to our high school players as well as our travel squads as they begin 2015 season play.
Wear the "IP" with pride.
Ball State IF Ryan Spaulding (Sweetser, IN Oak Hill H.S.) entered Sunday's game on a 15 game hit streak. Despite having the streak halted, Spaulding got on base twice, scored twice and helped the Cardinals take 2 of 3 games from MAC opponent Akron over the weekend.
Georgia Tech Sophomore Zac Ryan (Valparaiso, IN Andrean H.S.) is only pitcher in the ACC w/ 4+ wins AND 3+ saves. He's 5-0, 4 SV, 1.98 ERA.
The Indiana Prospects -- 21 teams strong -- held their club-wide organizational meeting on Sunday, December 7, 2014 at Pendleton Heights High School. Players and parents heard from several guest speakers including IP Alum/former University of Texas/current Miami Marlins pitcher Dillon Peters, University of Kentucky Assistant Coach Brad Bohannon, and former LSU player/current Marucci Sports partner Trey McClure.
Ty Reginelli, Mars Area (PA), has verbally committed to play baseball for Wofford College.
Austin Stout, Yorktown H.S. (IN)/Olney Central College (IL), has committed to play baseball for Northern Illinois University.
Austin Bodrato, St. Joseph of Montvale (NJ), has verbally committed to play baseball for the University of Florida.
Luca Dalatri, Christian Brothers (NJ), has verbally committed to play baseball for the University of North Carolina.
Milo Beam, Westfield H.S. (IN), has verbally committed to play baseball for Purdue University.
Timmy Herrin, South Vigo H.S. (Terre Haute, IN), has verbally committed to play baseball for Indiana University.
Aaron Portee, Rancocas Valley Regional High School (NJ), has verbally committed to play baseball for the University of Akron.