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Prime Time Catching

What is Prime Time Catching?


Prime Time Catching is an expansion within Prime Time Programs and its original programs: velocity, hitting, and foundations.  Brandon Justice created the program and will lead instruction in all of its programs/camps. Justice is the Catching Coach at Saginaw Valley State University and the Director of Operations at Lakeside Indoor. PTC modernizes catchers of any age to adapt to the new-age of catching while keeping old-school beliefs in mind. This includes a bulk of receiving and instinctive-based drills, along with a guarantee to improve pop times, arm strength, and blocking skills through various drills and brand new equipment.

What you will improve on: Receiving, throwing, blocking, positioning, umpire presentation, IQ of the position, and weight training for both the upper & lower body. 

Request An Invite, All-State Catching Camp

DATE: Monday & Wednesdays
Nov. 9 - Dec. 9
Underclassmen: 5pm-7pm
Upperclassmen: 7pm-9pm
Location: Lakeside Indoor
Cost: $350


The Michigan All-State Catching Camp is the first event of its kind customized for training, showcasing, and competition among the best catchers in the state. This event is an invite-only event with players from each high school class participating. The event will consist of two 2-hour training sessions per week for four weeks at Lakeside Indoor in Grosse Pointe. The final session will be showcase-style. Each participant is guaranteed 16 hours of training, a two-minute video package including stats & metrics, highlights from the camp, and a chance to blend competition with high-level training, instruction, and exposure. An All-State trophy will be awarded to four catchers, one per class, at the end of the four weeks.

Instructors will be Brandon Justice & Bobby Cavin.

Justice is the catching coach at Saginaw Valley State University and the Director of Baseball Operations at Lakeside Baseball Club.

Cavin is a college catcher with Division I experience at the position as well as coaching experience as a local instructor.  

Weekly topics include but are not limited to:
Modern Receiving & The Art of Stealing Strikes
The Importance of Pre-pitch Rhythm
Umpire Angles & Windows
Simplifying the Throw Down to 2B
The mental game behind mastering the catching position
One-knee/two-knee conversation 
Calling a game & being predictive without being predictable