Stephen Seger

Of the many life lessons I learned from Bo, the Texas Hawkeyes, and my former teammates there have been two fundamental principals that have stuck with me over the years: believe in your teammates and trust the process. Bo iterates an understanding that pursuing the skill of baseball requiring commitment, time management, and passion rewards an individual in ways far superseding the stats or wins in between the lines.

John Duncan

My involvement with Bo Porter’s programs began when I was 12 years old. I am now 26 years old and still regularly draw on the experiences and lessons that I learned through Bo’s structured curriculum. I think the best way for me to explain the impact that Bo and his management team have had on my life is to share my experience. When I first started working with Bo and his baseball staff, I was an unorganized and distracted teenager. My grades were not good. I had a C average and had very little interest in school. Over the next […]

Joseph and Shirley Babineaux

Enrolling our son in Bo Porter’s Future All-Stars/Hawkeyes baseball development camp was one of the best decisions my husband and I have made as we prepared for his future. The camp was so much more than we expected and has proven to be a worthwhile investment. We had the privilege to be introduced to Mr. Porter’s camp by way of another parent in 2006 when our son was a sophomore in High School. Our expectations were that Gabriel would learn additional baseball techniques and strategy that might be useful. Bo stressed fundamentals and how to play the game of baseball […]