The recruiting process for baseball starts early and can get complicated quickly. That’s why, as the high school baseball season culminates with this week’s UIL state tournament, many families are now finding recruiting services to help with the process.
But those recruiting services vary greatly in what they offer and what they charge. Some are little more than websites that post player profiles and contact information, while others will match player profiles to suitable schools and contact college coaches. There are also full-service recruiting managers such as Jake Lucé, a former Allen baseball player who played collegiately and in the minor leagues.