The goal of the MATB Hitting Camp is to prepare players for their upcoming high school and spring seasons through the combination of feedback from technology and coaches with years of experience coaching in High School and College.
- Blast Motion Bat Sensor, to track metrics such as bat speed, attack angle and time to contact.
- Bat Speed Trainers
- Driveline Plyocare balls,
- Exit Velocity testing
- Video analysis / Raw Swing Data
- Movement Prep
- Tee Drills / toss stations
Steve Miller – current Head Varsity baseball coach at DeMatha High School and Co-Founder of the Rawlings A's Prospects. Former K.C. Royals Area Scout and Mid-Atlantic Scouting Supervisor for Detroit Tigers. Played at the University of Maryland, San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres. Former head baseball coach at Archbishop Spalding high school 2002-2010.
Ryan Metzler - was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the ninth round, 264th overall selection, in the 2014 MLB Draft. An All-Metro first-team selection after his senior season at Spalding, Metzler batted .515 and led the team with 15 stolen bases. He was also named to the Brooks Robinson All-Star team that year. After graduating in 2011 -- a year in which he was voted the team's MVP -- Metzler played for one year at Siena College before transferring to University of South Carolina - Aiken.
Matt Shin - has been involved with showcase/travel baseball for several years and has coached various age levels within our program and currently serves as the President of Player Development for the Rawlings A’s Prospects. Coach Shin is a graduate from Arundel High School and the University of Maryland where he served as a player / coach on the UMD Club Baseball team. Coach Shin’s players have experiences tremendous growth under his guidance and have found success both on and off the field.
Brendan McGowan – is a former all MET player at Archbishop Spalding high school and pitcher at Catholic University. Pitching coordinator for DeMatha High School and current Vice President of Baseball Operation for the Rawlings A’s Prospects.