“The baseball camps at Flagler College are ‘first class.’ The staff is knowledgeable and personable. Any player who is interested in improving his baseball skills should attend."
Dave Trembley, former Manager of the Baltimore Orioles
““As a middle school and high school baseball player, I attended all of Coach Barnett’s baseball camps and they provided me with the baseball instruction I needed to grow as a ball player. Coach Barnett’s knowledge of the game is unparalleled in northern Florida. I strongly encourage parents and coaches alike to involve your kids.””
Chris Barnwell, former Major Leaguer, Milwaukee Brewers; played in the Florida Marlins and Pittsburgh Pirates Organizations; four-year player at Flagler College
“Coach Barnett helped develop my son, Wade, into a pro prospect. He had an outstanding career at Flagler College and I would highly recommend their program to anyone. They truly develop outstanding players.”
Gene Lamont, former Major League Manager, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago White Sox; current third base coach for the Detroit Tigers
"This camp gives you the opportunity to not only showcase your skills in front of Flagler coaches, but also learn from some of the best past and present Flagler players. When I attended this camp, I didn't feel like I was just another number. The coaches do their homework and spend time teaching and talking to every player attending the camp. Coach Barnett and the coaching staff actually care, that's what I enjoyed the most. It gave me a chance to showcase my skills, and play in a game setting aJl while learning how a college practice is run. This camp had a huge impact on my decision to become a Flagler Saint!"
Andrew "Opie" Brodbeck , Ninth round draft pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2015
"I CAME TO THE WINTER PROSPECT CAMP FROM PENNSYLVANIA TO VISIT FLAGLER AND GET OUT OF THE COLD FOR A FEW DAYS. I FELL IN LOVE WITH FLAGLER COLLEGE AND ITS BASEBALL FACILITIES. THE STAFF INVITED ME TO WALK-ON THE NEXT YEAR AND THE REST IS HISTORY."
Dylan Jones graduated from Flagler and signed with the Schaumburg Boomers of the Frontier League. He led NCAA D II in doubles in 2017 and broke the school record for doubles in a single season.