Perfect Placement NCAA Night


What We Do

PERFECT PLACEMENT is NOT a recruiting or consulting service but rather an honest, realistic educational campaign where owner & speaker Mark Leinweaver presents his message to parents, students and coaches at high schools and organizations nationwide, defining the fundamental elements of the college decision making process.

We believe that student-athletes who actively participate on their varsity high school & summer teams and want to play at the college level COULD do so - but need to identify and pursue the perfect college FIRST.

Presenter Mark Leinweaver

Mark Leinweaver has spent 20 years working in sports as a baseball agent, media relations director, TV and radio broadcaster, author, television writer & producer and coaching convention director.

He is a frequent speaker at high schools nationwide, defining the fundamental elements of PERFECT PLAYCEMENT, and as a volunteer lecturer at the University of Southern California, UCLA, Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount on the topic of “How To Get A Job In Sports”.

As an MLB agent, his daily responsibilities include managing a myriad of off-field services for Major & Minor League clients and their families, salary arbitration preparation and contract negotiation.

Mark was the television play-by-play announcer for MLB Network's National Youth Baseball Championship, weekend host of the show ``Full Count`` on Yahoo Sports and radio play-by-play broadcaster for the New York Yankees Double-A affliate.

His book, Minor Moments, Major Memories, debuted in bookstores nationwide in 2005 and a dramatic television series inspired by the book was sold to Sony Pictures Television.

Originally from Westchester County, New York, Mark played baseball at non-scholarship Division II Stonehill College in Massachusetts, where he was team captain his senior year. Appreciating what his college experience afforded him, Mark created PERFECT PLAYCEMENT as a ``labor of love passion project`` to truly assist student-athletes & families navigate through a challenging and often overwhelming decision-making process.