West Coast Elite is a family of passionate professional baseball coaches with a shared mission to provide baseball players with the best collegiate baseball exposure, professional coaching, and athletic experiences possible. West Coast Elite hosts high-value college showcase camps and tournaments featuring training and clinics from College Coaches and retired MLB players. For our athletes that wish to take their baseball experience to the next level, our West Coast Elite National Teams can provide a college level approach that challenges athletes and provides maximum exposure to our players in front of hundreds of professional baseball coaches. Our West Coast Elite Tournaments and College Showcase Camps provide athletes with a unique opportunity to experience college-level exposure, professional training, and top competition all over the country.
Professional travel ball Coach Kurtis Swanberg, with his 30 amazing years of coaching players ages 5-18, will lead and direct our 5-10-year-old teams. He will quickly develop your child into a well rounded out, high-level ballplayer with professional training each week.
West Coast Elite National teams are coached by high school, college, and MLB coaches who are committed to helping players expand their baseball knowledge and skills. Players who dream of joining a roster at the next level will have the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of hundreds of professional coaches around the country.
West Coast Elite Tournaments provide a variety of opportunities for each and every player. Players will receive professional coaching from high school, collegiate, and MLB coaches with decades of experience and unmatched expertise. Current college coaches evaluate players during games and provide top-level feedback. Tournaments aim to prepare athletes for the next level as they refine and showcase their skills under the guidance of professional coaches.
My son Greg Cullen was contacted by Jet Cook after seeing his recruiting video on YouTube and invited him to play with his travel team at the 16U and 17U WWBA National Perfect Game Tournaments in East Cobb, GA. Those experiences changed Greg’s baseball career forever as he came away knowing he could compete at a higher level. From there he made it his goal to play D1 baseball which he did for Niagara University and in 2018 was the #1 NCAA D1 Player in both Batting Average (.458) and On Base Percentage (.556). From there he was drafted in the 15th round by the Atlanta Braves and played his rookie season with the Danville Braves where he was named their 2018 Player of the Year.