Editor’s note: This is part of a series of spotlights featuring some of the larger travel programs around New England. For a look at other travel program spotlights, scroll to the bottom of the article for links.
The NH Prospects coaching staff prides itself on assembling the state's best collection of baseball talent at every age level from 8U to 18U. A tryout process at each age level provides NH Prospects coaches with an opportunity to pick the top 13 or 14 Granite State players at each age group with a focus on development, training, performance -- and for the high school-aged players -- college recruitment.
While NH Prospects Managing Director Matt Bouchard believes the club's '23, '24 and '25 classes of players offer the most upside, the Class of 2022 is laden with 10 college prospects, including one D1 commit -- Coastal Carolina-bound left-handed pitcher Liam Doyle.
NH Prospects coaches also take pride in providing college scholarships to college-bound club members. This year, three NH Prospects will receive scholarship money totaling $4,500. In 2020, NH Prospects alumnus Jesse McGlashing received the club's scholarship before enrolling at Colby-Sawyer College. he's a look at what the NH Prospects Baseball Club offers Granite State ballplayers.