SWARM HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Join Swarm Baseball this summer and fall and get ready for high school tryouts. Led by legendary coaches Bob Strachan and Roy Muller, our team of dynamic instructors are uniquely qualified to take your game to the next level. Whether you are an incoming freshman or a top prospect getting ready for D1 or the draft, our instructors will have you mentally, physically, and emotionally prepared. Not only will you play in the top tournaments against the best competition, but you will be part of a unique coaching community where managers will teach you how to play the game and professional instructors will refine your individual skills. Needless to say, Swarm Baseball players will be the most prepared players on the field and trained to stand out from the competition. Below are some highlights of our high school program:
Swarm Baseball is looking for players that want to work hard, learn the game, and play at the next level. If this is something you are interested in, please register online at www.azswarm.com or contact John Casale at firstname.lastname@example.org today
$275 Seasonal Club Fee, due as soon as a player joins
$195 Monthly Fee, starts in June and goes through December (fees start when player starts)
*Fees above include uniform, coach pay, facility, fields, insurance, registration and more. Tournaments, showcases, events and travel are extra.
There will be 1-2 practices per week, strength and conditioning, classroom sessions and individual skills development. Additional instruction with position experts is available upon request and may include an additional fee based on time and commitment.
Swarm supplies Jerseys and Hats, players will need to supply pants, socks, belt and other accessories and equipment.
Not only will every player get a complimentary recruiting profile from NCSA with instant access to over 35,000 college coaches, but professional video production as well. More importantly, all of our high school coaches have long standing relationships with college coaches, pro scouts, and recruiters and will advise and guide our players through every step of the process including the first email as a freshman to declaring as a junior or senior. These vast networks will not only get us into elite national tournaments and showcases but bring coaches and their staffs to our doorstep. Our staff has sent hundreds of players to college and dozens of players to the MLB over the years and they are considered trusted resources in the industry. Many of our coaches just finished playing professionally or are still playing and remain highly active in the process.
Teams are tiered and rosters are established by skill level (for example, AA, AAA, Majors, Showcase). All teams will carry 12-14 players to make sure we have enough players for events. A player’s skill level is the primary factor in team placement, but other factors such as team needs, availability, and tenure may be factored in.
It is important to understand that teams must be successful in tournaments to keep their good standing with the organization and be invited back. Winning teams lift the entire organization and that is why it is essential to compete in every game. Being competitive is a learned skill and all of our team’s train to win. Our practices will complement the best local, regional, and national high school programs and prepare our players to compete at a high level with their high school peers. Team drills, group drills and individual drills are written in advance and the various coaches work seamlessly to maximize team and player development. Practice usually last two hours and there is never a minute wasted.
The Swarm Red Elite showcase team(s) will play in the most competitive tournaments and travel most frequently. Swarm Majors level teams (Black and Gray) will also compete in certain highly competitive events, but mostly play in local and regional showcases and tournaments. Swarm AAA level teams (Blue and Gold) will mainly play in local events and focus on development and tons of reps. There will be events in all months leading up to high school tryouts and a larger roster will ensure there is no overuse injuries.
|Team plays in local events|
|Team plays in local events and regional events|
|Team plays in local, regional, and national showcase events|
|Tournaments start in late May and go through December (periodic rest)|
|Tournaments start in August and continues through December (no rest)|
|Team strength and conditioning starts in July and tournament play starts in September and goes through December (no rest once tournaments start)|
|Team requires a significant time commitment – 5 days a week + tournaments|
|Team requires an average time commitment – 3 days a week + tournaments|
|Team requires a minimal time commitment – 1 day a week + tournaments|
|Team participates in summer strength and conditioning|
CLASS OF 2024 PROPOSED TOURNAMENTS (JUNE-DECEMBER)
|ARIZONA FALL CLASSIC (AZFC)|
|BASEBALL SHOWCASE (BS)|
|NEXT CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (NCS)|
|NATIONAL TEAM IDENTIFICATION SERIES (NTIS)|
|PREP BASEBALL REPORT (PBR)|
|PERFECT GAME (PG)|
|PATHWAY BASEBALL (TRIPLE CROWN)|
|PROSPECT WIRE (PW)|
|SOUTHWEST WOOD BAT CLASSIC (SWWBC)|
|SUMMER INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (MCYSA)|
|WEST COAST PREMIER (WCP)|
2024 Red Elite Coach Legacy Adviser
2024 Swarm Black Coach 2024
Red Elite Coach 2025
Red Elite Manager Director of Baseball Operations
2024 Swarm Gold Manager 2024
Red Elite Coach Recruiting Coordinator
2024 Swarm Gray Manager 2024
Red Elite Manager Director of Player Development
National Tournament Showcase Adviser
2024 Swarm Blue Manager
Spring High School Manager
2025 Swarm Black Manager
2025 Red Elite Manager
Middle Infield Instructor
Founder, Swarm Baseball
President of Operations
2024 Red Elite Manager