Diamond Jacks Testimonials


"The DeSclafani Family would like to send a heartfelt thank you to you and the Jack Cust Baseball Academy for helping Anthony achieve his goal.  The Jack Cust Baseball Academy was the first venue that opened the door to countless opportunities for Anthony, opportunities that we never knew existed.  You also gave him the opportunity to expose himself to a myriad of colleges and Major League Baseball scouts.  It's been a wonderful journey.  We have truly enjoyed every step of the way.  The friendships that Anthony has made thru the academy will last him a lifetime.  Thank you for all you have done.  Because of you, Anthony is able to live his dream.  We will be forever grateful."

The DeSclafani Family

Family of Anthony DeSclafani


"Playing for the Diamond Jacks not only gave my son access to huge amount of college coaches, but also gave us an education on how the complex recruiting process works."

Chris Fallon

Parent of Jake Fallon, Hofstra University


"Everyone there is dedicated to get to the next level. Their reputation alone makes you excited to be there everyday. Everybody knows about it; you work hard there and people will see that. Coaches help you whenever you need. It gives you the opportunity for exposure and to play at the next level and nits up to the player to take advantage of that."

Darren Lauer

Keystone College


"It's helped me tremendously, not only build myself as a baseball player but athlete and person. I still use the facilities and plan on doing so far as long as I am playing baseball. They have so many assets and I worked with people exclusively who have really given me the knowledge I've needed to excel. Its an elite, top notch facility that you don't really see anywhere on the Northeast. It's unmatched with the use that I get and the exposure; baseball all-year round."

Sean Thomas

Montclair State University


"From a parents perspective, we were looking for something that could turn AJ's raw skills into a high-level catcher and we found just that at the Jack Cust Baseball Academy. That level of training they offered really helped him maximize the tools that he had. The staff they have there is one of a kind. At the Perfect Game Showcase, he was able to succeed because of the confidence of his training at JCBA. My son wouldn't be going to Georgia Tech without the coaching, training and exposure that JCBA provided him. The best decision I made in AJ's athlete career was signing him up at JCBA and letting the professionals take over."

Mike Murray

father of AJ Murray


"The Diamond Jacks program has helped me tremendously throughout my high school years in pursuit of my dreams to play Division I baseball and hopefully make it to the major league at some point in time. This program gave me the guidance I needed to stay focused on my goals, and with the help of all the coaches involved with the program, I received the advice I needed to continue to improve as a baseball player. This program gave me the exposure I needed to be noticed by both college and professional scouts, and helped me display my skills in front of the right people, at the right events. I will be a attending Princeton University in the fall and have been contacted by several professional teams. I owe a lot of my success to this program. The coaches, trainers, and staff involved with the Diamond Jacks do a great job of helpning you obtain your goals and making you a better baseball player and person."

Mike Ford

Princeton University


"Playing in the Diamond Jacks and Super 17 programs throughout my high school career helped me a great deal. Being part of the DJacks allowed me to play with and against great players from across the country. The coaches pushed me to be my best, and work hard at all times. Playing throughout the summer, fall and winter at the JCBA and Diamond Nation put me a step ahead of everyone else when High School baseball came around every spring. Because of the help I received while in the program I was able to sign with the University of North Carolina and reach my goal of becoming a college player. If you're serious about your baseball career, and you think you are capable of playing at a Division I school, playing for the Diamond Jacks is a great place to start."

Tom Zengel

University of North Carolina