1. Realistically estimate the level of college baseball you could compete at.
2. Career interests and the way a potential school meets them
3. Academic integrity of the school
4. Cost and what is affordable to you and your family.
5. Consider cost and your possible future career.
6. What is the size of the school/campus?
7. How far is it from home?
8. Location and size of state/city
9. What is my personal comfort level with the school after my visit?
10. Baseball and the program there
These are just a few things we would suggest that you and your family take a strong look at when trying to decide on a possible college to attend. There are several variables that should be considered before baseball even enters the conversation. The bottom line is that there are no guarantees with baseball. However, it is all but guaranteed that you will need a college education for the rest of their life.
Since 1985, 104 former players have played beyond their high school/legion careers.
Seven former Kearney players have signed professional contracts.