First there was the McDonald's All-American Basketball Game, followed by the U.S. Army All-American Football Bowl, and the AFLAC National All-Star Baseball Game.
FloSoftball will be on-site to live stream activities on December 11, as well as evaluate the prospects in-person for Hot 100 consideration.
F2F plans to host additional events for 2017 in Southern California, Northern California, Seattle, Chicago, Philadelphia, Austin, and Orlando with the goal of testing 2,500 top college softball prospects ages 12U to 16U.
Covering the age divisions of 12U to 16U, only 350 athletes will be invited for this first prestigious event in Myrtle Beach, which will include individual athletic and skills testing and player-specific drills using the latest performance technology. The on-field action will also include team games and all-star competitions.
All athletic data and evaluations will then be electronically communicated to several hundred college coaches within three weeks of conclusion by F2F.
"The Faster2First Player Showcase will be a great platform for us to see who has the talent and abilities to be considered for the Hot 100 rankings," said Brentt Eads, who oversees the FloSoftball Hot 100 process.
We love the complete package this event presents -- from testing and development to completion in games -- and this will go a long way in boosting the stock of those who compete and do well, including the possibility of getting a spot in the Hot 100.
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