Jack City is pleased to announce the 2013 Spring Development and College Exposure Program. The program is designed for a limited number of elite level players who want to take their game to the highest levels and market their skills to college coaches.
Even with virtually no marketing, the response to date has been outstanding. In order to allow all interested players the opportunity to participate in the program, registration will remain open until Friday, January 25, 2013. At that time registration will be closed and the final list of participants will be announced. We would love to take every player who is interested in the Spring Program, but we strongly believe that it is important to keep the number of participants to a minimal number in order to bring the greatest benefit to each participant.
The Spring Program was developed as an alternative to high school softball, but WAS NOT designed with the objective or intent to "ruin" high school softball nor was it designed to target or harm any specific school(s). High school softball serves the needs for many players. Some, however, especially those who have a desire to play collegiate softball, feel that reaching the next level requires a more advanced and comprehensive training, development, and exposure program. The Jack City Spring Development and College Exposure Program has been designed specifically for those players. The Spring Program is designed with two primary emphasises - Advance Skill Development and College Exposure.
Just as high school ball does not meet the needs of every athlete, the Spring Program is not designed to appeal to every player. We have developed the program to develop and promote elite level athletes who are looking for more than their particular school can provide for them. We have also designed the program to eliminate those things which create tend to be problematic for many players.