Scouting Site and Fall Tournaments

Scouting Site Launches In August!

We really appreciate all of your patience as we launch our new scouting site PointsDriven. We teamed up with the pros at Digital Honeycomb to create a scouting site where we will upload information from Showcases to give you a scout's look at your athletes that they can use for recruiting or just to help them know what areas need improvement. We will make the official announcement next week, but wanted to give an update on our status.

Below is a quick recap on the ETSU Player Showcase and Tournament from John Moorehouse.


NET Elite Baseball's first individual showcase is in the books, and it opens an era of exciting exposure for baseball players in this area to get opportunities at the next level.

Two professional scouts and nine college scouts, representing levels ranging from Division I to NAIA, came out in Johnson City to watch as players from across the Southeast showed their skills.

The showcase also held round-robin games in the 16U and 18U divisions, held in Bristol and Johnson City.

Players were evaluated in the following areas, in the new NET Elite PointsDriven scouting platform. This system is set to launch early August.

· hitting (contact, power)

· pitching (fastball, curveball/offspeed, mechanics)

· defense

· arm (best pop)

· speed (including home to first base)

· athleticism

· intelligence

Here were the top-rated players in some of the categories.

Hitting for contact: James Compton, RBI (6-6, 225) - 3.2

Fastball: Garrison Price (6-3, 190) - 87 mph

Defense (rated on 5 point scale): Myles McFerran, Simcox Dirtbags (6-0, 180); Bryce Bowman, John Battle Tricities Titans (5-8, 155) - 3.5

Arm (rated on 5 point scale): Ian Campbell, TN Mavericks (5-8, 140); Patrick Kelper, NRV Tigers (6-0, 165) - 3.8

Arm (best pop): Ian Campbell, TN Mavericks (5-8, 140); Patrick Kelper, NRV Tigers (6-0, 165) - 87

Speed (home to first base): Jordan Holly, RBI (5-11, 165) - 6.78 seconds

Speed (rated on 5 point scale): Jordan Holly, RBI (5-11, 165) - 3.3

Intelligence: Jordan Holly, RBI (5-11, 165) - 3

In the 16U division, both Diamond Simcox Academy and the TN Mavericks posted perfect 3-0 records. Both teams were dominant. Diamond Simcox scored 28 total runs in its three wins, while the Mavericks allowed four rotal runs in their perfect weekend of competition.

Pro Concepts emerged as the top dog in the 18U division, going 3-0 in dominant fashion, allowing just one total run in the three games while racking up 27 runs. RBI Red went 2-0, finishing just on the heels of Pro Concepts in the standings.

Keep up with everything that is happening on with NET Elite Baseball by visiting our website,


Our fall tournament schedule is now on our website, you can click the link below to see more. We had added a Nashville event this fall and will be back at Smokies stadium as well! Make sure to register quickly most of our events will be cut off at 24 teams due to field availability. #BeElite

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