Ken Camel is the head coach of the Muckdog’s Baseball Club 18U Black team, a twelve team organization based out of the Reno, Nevada area. As a former college baseball player at Central Arizona College, Ken was recruited to play for Division III power Upper Iowa University where they played for the Division III national championship. After completing his playing career, Coach Camel focused on helping young athletes play at the next level. Already successful at sending athletes to play in college, Coach Camel turned to FieldLevel to connect with more college coaches.

“FieldLevel is incredible at helping me connect and communicate with college coaches. It allows them to provide specific information on what they need for their team and for me to provide specific information on my athletes”

Over his 11 year coaching career, Coach Camel has sent over 100 athletes to junior college programs, 23 players to Division I, and has had two players drafted. Despite sending players to Division I programs like LSU, Niagara, and Jackonsville St., Coach Camel says FieldLevel elevates his program to new heights.

“What I love about it is that it’s a true social network for coaches which gives all of us credibility. When I promote my players, I know immediately which college programs are truly interested in my athletes. That type of visibility, credibility, and trust is found only on FieldLevel”

This year, Coach Camel says that his athletes are receiving scholarship offers from schools like Indiana St. and Youngstown St. to name a few. After being introduced to FieldLevel by Aaron Ford at Mendocino College in California, Coach Camel said his athletes have even been receiving interest from schools all the way on the east coast.

“I was blown away when a Division II school in Pennsylvania said they needed two pitchers, had scholarship money, and thought my players would be a perfect fit. FieldLevel makes my existing relationships with coaches easier and more efficient, plus it opens doors to creating new relationships with college coaches.”

FieldLevel is free for coaches and athletes. To learn more, visit FieldLevel.com.