What do you do if you’re one of the top uncommitted players in your class and want to escape the Virginia cold?
Why you travel to Florida to make a tour of some of the top winter camps in the country!
That’s what Madison Inscoe, an Extra Elite 100 pitcher/middle infielder in the 2022 class and member of the Birmingham Thunderbolts 04 - Flannery team, did over the weekend as she and her father Darryl drove around the Sunshine State participating in camps at the Univ of Florida and ones at Florida State.
You can read about her experiences at the Florida Gator camp on Friday by clicking HERE
And below is her recap of her time at the Florida State Pitching Camp on Saturday, Dec. 15 and the FSU Winter II Camp on Sunday and Monday, Dec. 16-17, 2018…
After grabbing a quick dinner in Gainesville and catching a few hours of sleep, we were off again Saturday heading to Tallahassee for the Florida State Pitching Camp and FSU Winter Camp II.
After driving 151 miles around the Big Bend of Florida (only stopping long enough to try and pet a live baby gator at a roadside attraction) we arrived in Tallahassee.
I couldn’t wait to get to get to the camp as I knew it would be amazing as usual. I can only describe this camp with one word: FUN!
It’s a camp unlike any other where you get to work with so many current FSU pitchers, college coaches and even more softball experts. Where else could I possibly get to work with Jessica Burroughs, Meghan King and Lacy Waldrop all in one night?
Yes, I did that, it was amazing!
Coach Lacy even spent an entire hour with me during individual position play on the second day of camp just working spins and different pitches.