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Serious About Earning a Scholarship? Here's Your Plan:

Timing is everything. 90% of Scout Softball scholarship winners tell us that they wish they would have started the recruiting process earlier. The recruiting process begins for a school when THEY are ready, usually in your 8th or 9th grade year. It's not too late, but it's never too early.

Scout Softball is the recognized leader in scouting and video content. We provide HD video and expert scouting information to every college program. Instead of waiting on a coach to watch you in person a Scout Showcase delivers your performance to the largest coaching audience possible.

With nearly 300 players committed to or currently playing at D1 programs and over 700 players at all levels of play, Scout Softball's history is your future. Our online network allows you to connect with college coaches at all levels of play who are actively recruiting your grade and position.

Our process gives players a 24/7 scouting presence. College coaches can watch your skills video and game highlights created at Scout Showcase events at any time. College Coaches only actively recruit in person 50-days per year. How will you get noticed the other 315 days?

When you follow in the footsteps of players who have WON at recruiting you have more options when it comes to scholarships. We've taken the limitations off of showcase events and given players a complete tool for finding their scholarship.

Follow The Same Path As 700 Scout College Alumni

Chenise Delce (2018 | RHP)

Chenise's path started with a Regional Showcase in Oklahoma City on May 2, 2015. Delce's Regional Showcase was watched by programs like Washington, 'Ole Miss, Georgia, Utah, Texas to name a few. She was impressive in her Regional Showcase Workout and earned an invitation to a National Showcase. At Scout Nationals in Dallas on June 9th she hit 2 homeruns and was dominant in the circle. Her National was watched by programs like Oklahoma and Auburn. Her performance at Nationals earned her a spot at Scout All-American where she set an event record with 24 K's in 12-innings of work. 2-weeks after her dominant performance that was watched by Tulsa, Chenise committed to the University of Tulsa.


Rylee Maston (2017 | Catcher/SS)

Maston attened her first Scout Regional on 12/15/13 in Southern California. There, Maston stood out as a PAC 12 level talent immediately. Maston's event was watched by programs such as Missouri and Oregon along with dozens of other top programs. Maston advanced to West Coast Nationals and was brilliant behind the plate and at SS. Maston was beginning to draw more PAC 12 and SEC interest and was told she needed to show more power at the plate. She got her chance later that summer at 2014 Scout All-American. Rylee hit several homeruns in the Scout Homerun Derby that was watched by most Division 1 programs. Rylee attended a 2nd Scout Regional in May 2015 and improved her arm to 72 MPH. She's now committed to Arizona State University in the PAC 12.




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