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Player Development Program

What is the Player Development Program?

The Elite Player Development Program is designed to drive home the fundamentals of the game. Through concentrated workouts we look to have players achieve 3,000-5,000 reps each month in their primary skill position and hitting. We pride ourselves in bringing professional level instruction, a high energy, high pace, and competitive environment to every player development session. The great thing about our player development program is we open our doors to players from all organizations in order to create the most competitive and rewarding environment for all athletes to excel mentally and physically.

How does the Player Development Program work?

(1) Evaluate – When you enter the player development program you are tested and given a baseline score that we will use to track and increase your performance. This will identify your strengths and weaknesses moving forward.

(2) Educate – We are not the type of program that will run you through a ton of meaningless drills and exercises that make you sweat and feel exhausted. We are a full developmental facility and we strive to educate each player in methods and methodology. This is a must. Every player possesses a unique set of skills and we want to help them maximize their potential by providing the proper guidance through education and the ability to master the fundamentals.

(3) Accelerate – Our agenda is simple: Every player should develop the understanding and ability to master the fundamental skills that will help them thrive in their primary position, at bat, or on the mound. To achieve results each month we recommend a minimum of 3, 1 hour sessions each week. The sessions are position based and easily set up around your schedule.The more you put in the more you get out, to achieve maximum results every player should look to attend as many of these PDP sessions as possible.

(4) Repeat – Now that we have identified your baseline score, educated you on the fundamentals, and implemented the process it is time to reinforce your growth in the measurables. The beginning of each month will start with a re-test to keep track of your progress and focus on how to continue down the path of being an Elite player.

(5) Measurables – Using our comprehensive player development testing system we assess each player on the following categories and develop a baseline score to create a clear picture and roadmap of where you are and where you need to get to:

  • (a) Throwing Accuracy
  • (b) Throwing Velocity
  • (c) Exit Velocity
  • (d) Standing Broad Jump
  • (e) Seated Med Ball Throw
  • (f) Pro Shuttle (5-10-5)
  • (g) Laser Timed 30 Yd Dash
  • (h) Grip Strength (Left and Right)

Lessons

Lessons are a great way to get some extra work in on top of the player development program sessions or if you prefer a more 1 on 1 setting. We understand that each of our instructors possesses a mastery of a specific skill set (infield, outfield, pitching, catching, hitting) and we are proud to be able to deliver the highest level of private instruction in the Northeast.

With private lessons you can expect a more personal touch with one of our
qualified and professional instructors during your half hour or hour long session.

We have multiple types of lessons available to our in house and outside players

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Team Training

Our team of professional instructors and coaches are here to create a comprehensive, high energy, competitive, and rewarding team training experience for you and your team. We pride ourselves at Elite on being able to take your team for the Fall or Winter months and training them so that they are ready to hand back to you come competition time. Team training is a great way for coaches to take a step back, learn from our instructors/coaches, and help their players take it to the next level.

Even though we take complete control of the team during these sessions we do invite the coaches of each team to take part and be involved during the sessions so they are aware and educated on what we are teaching and how we are speaking. This is beneficial for both players and coaches so that come game time everyone is firing on all cylinders and on the same page.

Rest assured that our team of professional instructors are more than equipped to have your team ready for game time competition this upcoming season.

Team Training

  • A. Minimum of 10 players (coach ratio determined based off the amount of players per team)
  • B. 1 hour and 30 minutes in duration
  • C. Will encompass defensive, offensive, pitching, and baserunning instruction.

COLLEGE ALUMNI

2021

CLASS OF 2021

  • Blake Morgan — Old Dominion University
2020

CLASS OF 2020

  • Robbie Barrientos — Old Dominion University
  • Will Vergantino — Elon Universtiy
  • Josh Willits — Richmond Universtiy
2019

CLASS OF 2019

  • Brian Brown — The College of New Jersey
  • Brian Feldman — Arcadia University
  • Alex Madera — Arcadia University
  • Tommy Pancheri — Ursinus University
2018

CLASS OF 2018

  • John Cristino — University of Rhode Island
  • Nick DiVietro — LaSalle Universtiy
  • Jim Franchetti — Villanova University
  • Tim Petrucelli — Morehead State University
  • Patrick Rush — University of Hartford
  • Samrath Singh — Boston College
  • Jake Topolski — Duke University
  • AJ Pena — University of Sciences
  • Justin Cain — Camden Community College
2017

CLASS OF 2017

  • Tyler Dearden — Drafted Boston Red Sox (29th round)
  • Avery Epstein — The College of New Jersey
  • Casey Fitzsimmons — Ursinus College
  • Jax Luzinski — West Point Military Academy
  • Zach “Scooter” Padersky — The College of New Jersey
  • Joe Sponheimer — Rutgers-Camden
  • Ryan Taylor — Stockton University
2016

CLASS OF 2016

  • Matt Armendinger — Fairleigh Dickinson
  • Jonathan Cole — Franklin & Marshall College
  • Joe Paolini — East Stroudsburg University
2015

CLASS OF 2015

  • Jonathan Hansen — George Mason University
  • Matt Horton — Wesley College
  • Brian Marconi — George Mason University
  • Tyler O’Dell — University of Delaware
  • Adam Rapp — University of Delaware
  • Lucas Rollins — Saint Joseph’s University
2014

CLASS OF 2014

  • Colin Stringham — Immaculata University
2013

CLASS OF 2013

  • Spencer Bard — Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Bryan Bessinger — Stockton University
  • Alex Campbell — Ursinus College
  • Anthony Conigilio — Wesley College
  • Patrick Graham — Neumann University
  • Joe Hummell — Wesley College
  • Tyler Kaiser — Rider University
2012

CLASS OF 2012

  • Jalen Burks — Neumann University
  • Chris Burns — Alvernia University
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