2017 Prospective Player Information Card

The Florida Collegiate Summer League (Florida League) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that operates six teams in Central Florida. Founded in November, 2003, the Florida League provides a place in the Sunshine State for top college players to play pure wood bat baseball against top-level competition in a festive community atmosphere. The Florida League is one of twelve leagues supported and partially funded by Major League Baseball and is one of 12 leagues affiliated with the NACSB - an alliance of college summer wooden bat leagues that follow NCAA rules. The Florida League has been named one of the top leagues in the country by Baseball America. More than 1,000 inquiries are made by players and coaches to play each season; the Florida League has spots for just 168 top college baseball players.

With limited roster opportunities, it is a privilege to play in the league. The Florida League has had over 360 players drafted in thirteen years, and 16 of those players have made it to Major League Baseball. Much like the college recruiting process, it is completely up to our coaches and GM’s as to who plays on each team. With Major League Baseball's support, it is also each team’s responsibility to make sure the players they sign are potential future pro prospects. The Florida League's role in player recruitment is to help provide our teams information about players and ensure they are eligible by managing the necessary paperwork.

If you are interested in playing for the Florida League in 2017, please fill out the form below COMPLETELY

ELIGIBILITY: To play in the Florida League, a player must A) Be on the varsity roster of a college baseball team and B) Have at least ONE YEAR of NCAA eligibility remaining

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