Coach Marcelino's 5 Consecutive
Top 100 MLB Draft Picks
2013 - Kris Bryant
(#2 pick overall - Chicago Cubs)
2014 - Connor Joe
(39th pick - Pittsburgh Pirates)
2015 - Kyle Holder
(30th pick - New York Yankees)
2016 - Bryson Brigman
(87th pick - Seattle Mariners)
2017 - Riley Adams
(99th pick - Toronto Blue Jays)
Brad Marcelino currently serves as the University of San Diego’s hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. His responsibilities also include base running, defense and in the past have included strength and speed training. Coach Marcelino has coached numerous MLB draft picks throughout his coaching career as well as the younger generation. Marcelino Baseball will teach the same principles and fundamentals that have allowed numerous players to be successful under his tutelage. Our plan for development and peak performance will be focused on details and executing fundamentals that will allow the player to grow with the process. Come learn the Marcelino Baseball Way that has lead to 5 consecutive Top 100 MLB draft picks!
2018 REGULAR SEASON OFFENSIVE STAT RANKINGS
BATTING AVERAGE: 1st in WCC and 49th in nation (.288)
HITS: 1st in WCC and 22nd in nation (551)
RUNS: 1st in WCC (297)
ON BASE PCT: 1st in WCC (.364)
SLUG: 1st in WCC (.393)
RBI: 1st in WCC (266)
HOME RUNS: 3rd in WCC (30)
WALKS: 2nd in WCC (196)
Marcelino Baseball Academy - North County Hitting Camp08/13/2018 - 08/16/2018 ~ Monday - Thursday Registration Ends: 08/13/2018$280.00 | Poinsettia Park 6600 Hidden Valley Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92011
Ages: 7-14 | Starts: 9:00am Ends 3:30pm | This Camp Is 75% Full
Marcelino Baseball Academy is coming back to North County SD for our now famous and annual sold out 4 day offense camp with USD Hitting Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Brad Marcelino. He has coached among others 5 consecutive high draft picks: Kris Bryant (1st round #2 overall) 13, Connor Joe (1st round 39th overall) 14, Kyle Holder (1st round 30th overall) 15, Bryson Brigman (3rd round 87th pick overall) 16, Riley Adams (3rd round - 99th pick overall) - '17. The 2017 Toreros were again a division 1 national offensive leader with 55 home runs and ranked in the top 20 nationally in doubles. The 2018 Toreros have lead the West Coast Conference in numerous offensive categories and the team has reached a national ranking as high as #13.
Due to the high level instruction/coaches this camp sells out every winter while also being priced around $10/hr - please remember we CANNOT hold spots and once the camp roster is full online registration will close.
Learn skills from college coaches, college players, professional players that want to see you leaving camp as an improved player!
Limited Camper Spots: We will be limiting the number of camper spots, once camp roster is full registration will close
From 2012 - 2017 Coach Marcelino's offenses have lead the nation and conference in numerous offensive categories. Learn his hitting program, drills, terminology, check points, fundamentals, that have helped his players continually become some of the best position players in the nation and consistent top round MLB draft picks.
Complete Offensive Player
Learn the mental game of baseball that allows players to be consistent, control emotions, be detailed with the process and not letting the situation dictate performance. Learn our system to perform under high pressure situations and how to manage frustration with specific steps from our team sports performance coaches. This includes leaving with an a routine to prepare to hit not only in the dugout but on deck and before you step into the batters box.
Arm Care/Strengthening/Throwing Program
The primary focus of this camp is offense but we will teach one of the most important parts of the game for young players - arm care. Learn the correct way to perform arm care, arm strengthening and throwing program.
Sample Daily Camp Schedule
12:00 - 01:00 Lunch Break
Each camper 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. Please mark camper's names on all items. The camp is not responsible for lost belongings.
Camper Registration and Check-in 8:30am.
Poinsettia Park - Field #1
Lunch not provided - bring own lunch and snacks for the day. Water jugs are available if you bring an empty bottle.
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.
Questions regarding Marcelino Baseball Academy email Bradley Marcelino at email@example.com