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Since 1998, ASBA has helped advise and guide 1,000+ players onto collegiate baseball playing opportunities

Maria B.

Billy-Muhlenberg College

“When my son was starting the journey of college baseball recruiting, we were given ASBA’s name. From the moment we were in communication with them, we instantly knew they were the right contact for our recruitment journey…Their guidance, motivation, and also their knowledge of the process were remarkable. Although difficult at times because of the incredible competition, ASBA’s resilience about this journey and leading Billy were outstanding. We developed such a trusting relationship that my family knew it would end positively.”

Joe M.

Ryne – Old Dominion University

“The ASBA Futures team provided great exposure to college programs, tremendous support in navigating the college recruitment process and helped develop his talent. There is no doubt that Ryne committing to Old Dominion University and having multiple offers to play D1 baseball is a direct result of the work done by the staff at All Star Baseball Academy. I highly recommend your son playing in the ASBA Futures program if his goal is to play at the collegiate level.”

Ed Z.

Jake – Wofford

“All-Star helped us focus on what was important to our son from both an academic and baseball standpoint and made the daunting process seem manageable. Having them as a resource that was completely separate from the on-field baseball instruction is what made the ASBA experience complete. Our son felt comfortable with his advisor and the two of them worked together narrowing the criteria, communicating with college coaches, and evaluating levels of interest from both sides. When Jake signed his NLI to play college baseball it was the culmination of a well thought out program.”

Tim M.

Quinn- Lehigh University

“I highly recommend ASBA to any player who is looking to play baseball in college no matter what the level (Division I, II or III). If you are a player that is very committed to the process of becoming a better baseball player and are willing to work hard at the game and also the recruiting process I don’t think there is a better organization in our area that actually cares about its players and their college options more than the ASBA organization does.”