Michael Wall knows what he wants from a travel ball program 18 years after starting the CT Crush.
He's happy to stay in his lane in Southeastern Connecticut, leaving the Hartford area to several other competing programs. He's content taking his team to regional tournaments in the Northeast rather than asking players to shoulder the costs of trips to Florida and Georgia.
"It's a lot of money, and we're already popping up with commit after commit after commit," Wall said. "Why change anything?"
With 12 college commits in the Class of '23, the CT Crush is having success in its mission of developing prospects who can play at the next level. Here's a look at the CT Crush's offerings, along with a list of college commitments and top uncommitted prospects.