Nexxt Level Baseball offers programs year-round to develop and enhance our players, no matter the season. Our experienced trainers have played at the collegiate or professional level - they know what it takes to play with the best and are eager to share their passion for the game.
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Winter Skills Clinics
Spring Baseball TRYOUTS
Velocity Training with Kevin Comer
A Marlton, N.J. native, Scanzano played six years of professional baseball and was a two-time All-Star with the Frontier League’s Southern Illinois Miners. Scanz retired with a career .280 batting average and .957 fielding percentage while playing middle infield and third base.
Collegiality, Scanz played two years at Louisburg College (N.C.) before transferring to the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a two-time All-Big East third baseman. He graduated from Pittsburgh in 2004 with a degree in Administrative Justice and a minor in Legal Studies.
Scanz spent his prep years at Cherokee High School earning 11 varsity letters and getting inducted into the Cherokee Hall of Fame in 2011. He played wide receiver on the football team, earning All-South Jersey, All-Group 4 and All-State honors. He was a two-time All-Conference selection as a guard on the basketball team. On the diamond, he was a two-time First Team All-State performer and three-time All- South Jersey honoree. He was named an Honorable Mention High School All-American in 1999.
Mike has been doing private baseball instruction since 2004.
Brockton Rox (Can-Am League: ’05, ’06)
Southern Illinois Miners (Frontier League: ’07, ’08)
New Jersey Jackals (Can-Am League: ’09)
Camden Riversharks (ALPB: ’10)
· Camden Riversharks of the Atlantic League 2010
· New Jersey Jackals of the Canadian American League 2009
· Southern Illinois Miners of the Frontier League 2008,2007
· Fort Worth Cats of the American Association League 2006
· Brockton Rox of the Canadian American League 2005
· Top ten in Batting average in 2009 with a 301 avg
· Two Time All Star in 2008 , 2007 with the Southern Illinois Miners
· Holds the record for most hits in a game in the Frontier league with 6
· Top ten in batting average in 2007 with a 309 avg
· Best defensive SS in 2007 with a 960 fielding percentage with only 14 errors in 373 chances
· 280 career batting avg in professional baseball
· Graduated from the University Of Pittsburgh with a Administrative Justice Degree and a Minor in Legal Studies
· All Big East at the University Of Pittsburgh in 2003 , 2004
· All Region 2001,2002 and Louisburg Junior College in North Carolina
· South Jersey Junior College Player Of The Year 2002
· Inducted into the Cherokee Hall OF Fame 2011 for football, basketball, and baseball
· 11 Career Varsity Letters – 3 in football, 4 in basketball, and 4 in baseball
· Hotstovers Player Of The Year 2000
· All American Honorable Mention 1998
· First Team All State 99 , 00
· First Team All South Jersey 99 , 00
· First Team All Burlington County 99 , 00
· First team All Group 4 All State 98,99
· Second Team All South Jersey 98,99
· All Conference 99,00