Diamond Skills Baseball

2020 Summer High School All American Camp

Diamond Skills Baseball and Prep Baseball Report are teaming up to create the top summer showcase camp on the East Coast. Division 1, 2 and 3 college coaches, JUCO coaches as well as professional scouts from around the nation will descend on Washington DC to help high school players pursue college and professional baseball opportunities. Prep Baseball Report will be there to cover the action with video, evaluations and rankings of all players at camp. Diamond Skills Baseball has a reputation in the college baseball community for running the most efficient and highly organized camps in the country. These camps maximize exposure and repetitions allowing players to both get better and get seen! Diamond Skills Baseball will also be creating classroom sessions during the 2-day event covering the following areas: Social Media, Diet, Weight Training, Speed Training, Media Communication, Communication with Colleges and College eligibility requirements.


Prep Baseball Report will be there to cover every minute of the action with evaluations, rankings and video of all players.

To see the Diamond Skills Baseball 2020 All American Camp Metrics Report, click here.


Dates: July 23-24, 2020

Attend Infield/Outfield Camp: $425
Attend Pitcher/Catcher Camp: $425
Attend Both Camps: $550

Location: St. John’s High School, 2607 Miltary Road NW, Washington, DC 20015

All Players will receive:
PBR Evaluation
PBR Video

Advanced Metrics on each player including:
Foot Speed
Bat Speed
Exit Velocity
Arm Strength/Pop Times

If you are serious about playing college baseball then you must attend this camp. Our workouts will take place at St. John’s High School in Washington DC which features a beautiful turf baseball field, 3 full batting cages, and 8 pitching mounds.

Day 1 Highlights: Infield / Outfield Camp

Pro-Style Defensive Workout

Pro-Style Offensive Workout
*All position players will go through several offensive stations including live batting practice on the main field. 

Metrics recorded for the following:
• 60 yd dash
• 30 yd dash
• Infield Arm Strength
• Outfield Arm Strength

Classroom Breakout
• Understanding Proper Nutrition/Hydration for peak performance
• Understanding Social Media/Communication

Day 1 Highlights: Pitcher/Catcher Camp


Arm Strength/Arm Health/Conditioning in Classroom

Pro-Style Bullpen Workout


Pro-Style Offensive Workout

Pro-Style Defensive Workout

Metrics recorded for the following:
• 60 yd dash
• 30 yd dash
• Pitcher velocity
• Catcher Arm Strength/Pop Times

Classroom Breakout
• Understanding Proper Nutrition/Hydration for peak performance
• Understanding Social Media/Communication

Day 2 Highlights

Live games to be played in a dynamic format. Players will also attend classroom sessions.
• We will work to provide all position players with 3 live at-bats and 3 innings in the field at their primary position
• We will work to make sure all pitchers face 4 batters

Classroom Breakout
• How to communicate effectively with college coaches in person, over the phone and via email
• College eligibility requirements
• Weight Training and Speed Training Instruction

*Schedule to be finalized 1 week prior to the start of camp. Schedule will be emailed to all players and posted on the Diamond Skills website.




What colleges have participated in past Diamond Skills Showcase events?
Alabama • Allegheny • Alvernia • Anne Arundel CC • Auburn • Baltimore City CC • Bates • Belmont Abbey-Boston College • Brevard • Bridgewater • Bucknell • Cabrini • Catholic • CCBC Catonsville • CCBC Dundalk • CCBC Essex • Central Florida • Charleston • Chesapeake • Chestnut Hill • Christopher Newport • Clarion • College of Southern Maryland • Concord • Coppin State • Davidson • Delaware • Delaware St. • DeSales • Dickinson • Drew • Duke • Eastern • Eastern Mennonite • Evansville • Fordham • Franklin & Marshall • Frostburg State • Furman • Garrett CC • George Mason • Gettysburg • George Washington • Georgetown • Glenville St. • Goldey-Beacom • Hampden Sydney • Harvard • Haverford • High Point • Hood • Hofstra • Immaculata • Ithaca • James Madison • Johns Hopkins • King, TN • Kings • Lackawanna • Lafayette • Lancaster Bible • LaSalle • Lebanon Valley • Lehigh • Liberty • Limestone • Lincoln Memorial • Longwood • Lynchburg • Marshall • Mary Baldwin • Mary Washington • Maryland • Maryland Eastern Shore • Marymount • McDaniel • Methodist • Monmouth • Mont. Col.-Germantown • Mont. Col.-Rockville • Millersville • -Milligan- Mississippi- MIT • Mt. St. Mary’s • Muhlenberg • Naval Academy • Neumann • New Orleans • North Carolina-Ashville • North Carolina-Central • North Carolina-Charlotte • North Carolina-Wilmington • North Florida • Old Dominion • Paul D. Camp • Pennsylvania • Penn St. • Radford • Randolph Macon • Richmond • Rider • Rochester Inst. of Tech. • Sacred Heart • Salem • Salisbury • Scranton • Siena • Shenandoah • Shippensburg • Slippery Rock • South Carolina-Aiken • St. Andrews • St. Joseph’s • St. Mary’s • Stevenson • Stevens Inst. of Tech. • Stevenson • Stoney Brook • Susquehanna • Swarthmore • Temple • Tennessee • Towson • UMBC • UNC-Asheville • UNC-Charlotte • UNC-Greensboro • UNC-Wilmington • Ursinus • Va. Tech • Va. Wesleyan • VCU • Villa Julie • Villanova • Virginia • Virginia Wesleyan • VMI-Wake Forest • Washington • Washington and Jefferson • Washington Adventist • West Chester • West Virginia • Widener • Wofford • William and Mary • Wilson

What time do I need to be at the Diamond Skills Summer All American Camp on day one?
Please arrive for registration 30 minutes prior to the start of camp.

How do you record the measurables?
Prep Baseball Report records all the measurable during the event. This will be posted to the Diamond Skills website and a player profile will be created by PBR on their website as well.

What if my child gets injured?
We will have a medical staff member. Our staff also has members that are CPR certified and Concussion certified. Any serious injury, an ambulance will be called. There are no refunds for injuries at any time.

What types of bats should we use?
ALL players will use -3 BBCOR.

Can we wear metal cleats?
Players need to bring cleats, turfs and running shoes. Players should also bring shorts for the classroom sessions.

Will players eat lunch?
No. We will have two sessions (AM/PM) and we want to maximize our time on the field.

How much playing time will my child receive?
We have a “dynamic” game set-up, which is structured differently than a regular game. Each primary pitcher is guaranteed to throw to 4 batters. We will work to get position players 3 innings and 3 at-bats.

What happens if I can only attend one day?
You are more than welcome. Remember, some schools will be in attendance for just 1 of the 2 days. We cannot discount our rate because we are limiting the number of players per session. Your information will be sent out to every coach in attendance (even on the day you aren’t there).

What is your refund policy?
There are no refunds for any reason. This is agreed to upon sign-up. Each player receives a personalized experience and can not be substituted for.  Our event offers a customized experience, tailored to each player’s unique background, position, distance traveled. Withdrawals within the event significantly impact substantial portions of our shifts, games, positions, coaches packet and more.

What is your rain policy?
Our events are RAIN or SHINE.


General Information

Inclement Weather: Please call the Diamond Skills Hotline at 301-570-2833. Please also check the Diamond Skills Facebook page (Diamond Skills Baseball Camps) and the Diamond Skills Twitter Account (@dmndskillz) Information will be posted 2 hours before the start of a camp.
Confirmation Policy: A player is confirmed when the deposited check is returned or if he receives an online confirmation receipt.
Food/Drinks: Water is provided at all camps. A snack stand sells food, drinks, and snacks at each camp.