Now in its fifth year of existence, the North Shore Freedom travel program is just starting to see its original players matriculate into the upper levels of high school baseball.
As a result, the program can now claim a University of Michigan commit in Salisbury School '23 Sachem Ramos, along with a couple of college players who have a chance to play professionally. North Shore Freedom owner BJ Weed believes the next five years could be a definitive time in the program's growth, a stretch when many of the original program members become college and pro players.
"In a few years, there's a good possibility that our program gets bigger and better as far as the tournaments we go to," Weed said. "For now, we play in the local tournaments in New England that (former Salem State coach Al Donovan) runs."
Here's a look at the North Shore Freedom's offerings and a list of the club's committed and uncommitted prospects.