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The New Standard in Player Evaluation

Standardized test for baseball & softball player development and evaluation

"The Rapsodo National Player Database and RapScore have been critical to our recruiting efforts by giving us a better glimpse into what the athletes we are watching online can do with the baseball."
Chris Fetter, Associate Head Coach, University of Michigan
"Rapsodo has become a vital part of our recruiting strategy. With our inability to travel to see players this year, we have relied heavily on Rapsodo data and video to gauge our recruit’s level of performance."
JT Gasso, Assistant Softball Coach, Oklahoma University
"Having a standard player evaluation metric like RapScore is going to be a game changer for scouts at every level.”
MLB Executive
"Rapsodo RapScore allows us to identify and evaluate athletes. It is a great player development tool because it shows a player's performance over time."
Jeremy "Sheets" Sheetinger, Georgia Gwinnett College
"Rapsodo video is transforming the way recruiters find athletes, thus the recruiting process is evolving thanks to Rapsodo."
Mike Candrea, Head Softball Coach, University of Arizona

RapScore is a proprietary technology created as the standard scale for baseball and softball player development and recruiting. It is an industry leading player evaluation software that is used by leading programs to measure, track and improve athlete performance.

What is a RapScore?

In collaboration with Driveline, RapScore was developed as the first standardized score for baseball and softball scouting and recruiting. RapScore provides a quantifiable way to measure, evaluate, track and improve player performance. 

Compete with top prospects

RapScores help baseball and softball scouts identify player talent without physically seeing a player perform. Scouts and players alike can search and view top RapScores on the Rapsodo National Player Database and see where players rank amongst their peers.

Develop softball and baseball scouting reports

RapScore is a quantifiable player development and evaluation tool that can be used to track player performance over time. It takes a player’s raw data and shows their strengths and weaknesses as well as how they rank against their peers.

How do you get a RapScore?

A RapScore requires players to complete a standardized and scripted bullpen or batting session at a Rapsodo Certified facility or event. The Rapsodo video function will be required during all Certified tests to ensure there is a breakdown of the athlete’s mechanics with verified data.

What do you get?

Players that complete the RapScore test will have their score listed on the National Player Database and receive the videos from their RapScore session. Additionally, they will get a PDF report that shows their RapScore along with performance breakdowns for each data point. The RapScore Recruiting Package can easily be shared with college coaches and scouts.


RapScore Scale for Player Evaluation

RapScore is one scale made up of four tiers to accurately rank players from all experience levels. No matter the level, each player who completes a verified session will receive a RapScore number that compares them to players within their tier, as well as the tier above. Through this ranking system, coaches will now be able to rely on RapScore to identify, evaluate and compare players with a data driven number that is a standard benchmark to use across the industry.

Understanding the RapScore Player Evaluation

RapScore uses Rapsodo’s existing HITTING and PITCHING technology to quantify a player’s personal metrics, and utilizes the principals of the 20-80 scale to rank players amongst their peers and evaluate performance. RapScore’s pitching algorithm compares an individual’s pitch metrics to the ideal form of that pitch type. At the end of the session, a player’s RapScore is calculated based on dynamic weighing of the pitches thrown. Hitting RapScore is determined using a player’s max and average exit velocity as well as launch angle throughout a certified session. These session metrics are compared by the athlete’s level and accurately placed on the 20-80 scale.