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The Ohio Spikes takes our mission “to develop and prepare young men to play the game of baseball at the highest possible level” seriously. In fact, our program’s directors and coaches are dedicated to helping our players find the best possible fit if they desire to play baseball in college. Since our first class of Spikes graduated from high school in 2017, more than 40 former Spikes have gone on to play college baseball at all levels: NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA; and, our first two former players were selected in the 2020 MLB Draft.

The recruiting process for baseball is multi-faceted and involves the cooperative efforts of the player, his family, his high school coach/summer coach and his organization. All play different but important roles in the process. For our part, the Ohio Spikes hold lectures on the college recruitment process at Diamond Dreams. These informative meetings are presented by our coaches/directors as well as successful local high school and college coaches. Prior year speakers have included Rick Rembielak, a former professional player and 21-year veteran Division I head coach at Kent State, Wake Forest and the University of Akron.

A good place to start is with the proprietary documents below that include our step-by-step guide to the recruitment process, answers to commonly asked questions and a review of statistical data that demonstrates the importance of focusing on education first.



Spikes parents and players are encouraged to surf the links below in order to gain as much knowledge of the college recruitment process as possible. Below you will find information from the NCAA and NAIA, tips from reputable websites, networking tools, links to prospect camps and databases of information on colleges and their baseball programs. 


PBR Scout Day

The Ohio Spikes bring Prep Baseball Report (PBR) to Diamond Dreams for PBR Ohio Spikes Scout Day. Our high-school players interested in playing at the collegiate level are encouraged to attend Scout Day or another PBR event at least once (and possibly more) during their high school career. Although not solely determinative, the data recorded and reported by PBR has become a popular reference point for many college coaches. While important, we discourage players from attending such events too often, as they become costly and may even become counterproductive. Ohio Spikes head coaches are trained to offer advice to players and parents about the best time to attend a PBR event.



The Spikes were founded in 2012.

Our first players graduated from high school in 2017.

Our first former players were selected in the COVID-shortened, 2020 MLB draft. 

The Spikes Baseball Club is proud of all former players who have gone on to play college and pro baseball.

The Spikes would also like to thank all of its community-minded sponsors who help to make dreams come true.