GM Endorsed by Pro Scout and Pro Player

Luke Sable

Professional Player (Retired)

Prospects of Bird Dog Scout,

I fully endorse Marshal Larkey and his company, Bird Dog Scout LLC, Sports Management and Athletic Recruiting. Marshal and I coached at the High School level in Alexandria, VA and displayed the required baseball concepts of recruiting and scouting, evaluating baseball players, running showcases and prospect camps for local players as potential prospects.

Services provided by Marshal and Bird Dog Scout LLC are unmatched compared to other competitors in the fields of athletic recruiting. The profile services focuses on the 5 tools of baseball, player traits and player trends, which are imperative to baseball recruiting and scouting at all levels of play. The tools of baseball should never be over-looked and players traits and trends are an important piece to ensure players meet their recruiting timeline, conditioning improvements and adjustments if not being met and continuing to grow as a student-athlete.

Several years in the game of baseball as a coach, professional player and scout, I encourage each player to allow Marshal Larkey and his team at Bird Dog Scout LLC the opportunity to assist in your goals as a potential prospect at all levels of High School, College, Collegiate Summer Baseball and the Independent Leagues, if not drafted out of high school or college ball.

Sincerely,

Luke Sable Professional Player (Retired)

Luke Sable was Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 25th round of the 1986 MLB June Amateur Draft from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) and the Texas Rangers in the 28th round of the 1987 MLB June Amateur Draft from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA). Played for the Texas Rangers organization through AAA ball from 1987-1993. After his professional baseball career, Luke also scouted for the New York Mets. Mason University (Fairfax, VA) and the Texas Rangers in the 28th round of the 1987 MLB June Amateur Draft from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA). Played for the Texas Rangers organization through AAA ball from 1987-1993. After his professional baseball career, Luke also scouted for the New York Mets.

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