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History of NTL

Established during the summer of 2007, the North Texas Longhorns Baseball Club originated with players primarily from the Grayson County area. However, since our inception, we've expanded our reach to encompass talents from across North Texas, even extending into Oklahoma.

Our core focus has always revolved around player development, with a strong emphasis on fundamental baseball skills. The primary goal of our coaches is to equip our players for success at both high school and collegiate levels, regardless of the school's size or the college division—be it 1A or 6A high schools, NCAA DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, or JUCO colleges. We ensure our players have access to top resources, extensive developmental training, and ample opportunities to thrive on any baseball field.

The journey of player development is a shared experience between our athletes and coaches, targeting improvements on and off the field. Over the past twelve years, our coaches have refined this journey, initiating with youth practice routines and skill enhancement. Our youth tournament schedules are strategically designed to challenge and push our players to achieve their utmost potential by competing against top-tier teams in their respective divisions. While winning is encouraged, our primary focus remains steadfast on player development.

At the high school level, our aim is to place our teams in tournaments that best showcase our players' talents and offer extensive exposure to college scouts. Our coaches diligently select tournaments that align with the team's strengths while providing prime opportunities for our players.

Presently, our alumni are excelling in top colleges across the country, with pathways to progress further. These institutions include Abilene Christian University, Air Force Academy, Arkansas State, Cisco Junior College, Grayson College, Henderson State, Missouri Southern University, Texas A&M University, Tulane University, and Webster University. Our 2024 and 2025 player commitments and interests span institutions such as University of Houston, Texas A&M University, University of Texas, Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma, Texas Tech Univeristy, and Texas Christian University.

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