By: Coach Bob McCreary
Provided by: Baseball By The Yard
When players self-analyze, they often limit themselves to a few basic questions like...
Unfortunately, most players do not mentally travel past those questions.
For a player to more accurately gauge how well he is doing and how he stacks up against the competition, questions like the following will usually be more productive.
These questions can be tough for some kids to ask. Some probably don't even want to know the answers. However, taking the time to honestly answer them can give a player a realistic look at how he is performing when it really counts as opposed to just in general.
...And for those who don't want to bother asking themselves these questions, keep this in mind...
Whether you ask them or not, the answers to these questions are exactly what college coaches and pro scouts are looking for when they see you play.