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Our goal is to guide each client through the college baseball recruiting process with the idea of finding the right college fit for each individual client. Choosing what college or university to attend is one of the biggest decisions anyone can make in their lifetime so we make sure to cover every detail during the process. We work together to ensure each client is spending some of the most important years of their lives at the right place for them.



Your Credible Advocate

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We provide a professional and honest evaluation of current skill set, and advice on how to implement a development plan to improve deficiencies & grow strengths.


We pride ourselves in development, even after our guys commit we want to make sure they are continuing to get better so when they step on campus they are the best version of themselves and ready to compete. 


We promote to targeted schools that fit the academic and athletic profile of the athlete. We are able to reach any school in the country on behalf of our clients. This includes direct texts and phone calls to college coaches, as well as social media promotion. 


We also advise what events to attend as far as tournaments, showcases and camps in order to maximize exposure. 

We help create highlight videos that show abilities of the player as well. 


That final commitment can be a daunting decision. This is where we probably bring the most value.


We cover every detail of all options before the ultimate decision is made. With years of experience in the recruiting process, we have seen decisions made for various reasons and bring a lot of value in terms of what to evaluate and what questions to ask before the big commitment. 

Follow Up

Even after our clients make a commitment we continue to be there every step of the way.


We continue to help with development and are there to advise through the admission process, signing day, NCAA eligibility center, as well as how to receive academic aid and FAFSA. We even mentor our clients while they are in college to make sure they are maximizing their experience.

Our Process



Hunter Cranton- Kansas

Ryan Faulks- Cal State Fullerton

Lawson Knight- Kansas State

Xavier Carter- Butler

Owen Fuller- UNC-Charlotte

Jack Collins- Long Beach State

Clay Longinotti- San Jose State


Ian Halverson- California Baptist

Doug Pyle- Azusa Pacific

Gavin Ducker- William & Mary

Matt Gonsalves- Fresno State

Owen Dueck-Cal Poly

Ethan Swidler- Lafayette

Brandon Larson- UCSD

Jack Basseer- Pepperdine

Eli Gennis- Rice

Aidan Cremarosa- Fresno State

Dylan McShane- Oregon

Nick Putnam- UCSB

Ryan Skjonsby- San Francisco

Caden Casagrande- Pacific

Corbin Ybarra- Tulane

Gabriel Pancratz- Butler

Casey Hintz- Arizona

Chase Ingram- UAB

Collin Taylor- Montreat College

Greg Marmo- Gonzaga

Tyler Pina- Colorado School of Mines

Tyler Gray- Houston

Shane Callison- Sonoma State

Robert Love- Penn State

Owen Fuller- Baylor

Braydon Wooldridge- UC Davis

Ryan Delaney- Bucknell

Dominic Nunes- Concordia- Irvine


Chase Knight- Fresno State

Jack Surdey- Baylor

Gavin Taylor- BYU

Jackson Kemmerer- Nevada

Evan Miranda- Texas

Reece Bueno- Cal Poly

Ethan Marmie- Cal Poly

Eduardo Letamendi- Illinois State

Zach Fjelstad- Ohio State

Pierce Boles- Mississippi State

Spencer Hatch- Tarleton State

Aiden Pollock- Dallas Baptist

Grayson Bonanno- UC Davis

Gary Scannavino- Westmont College

Brodie Purcell- USC

Kyle Miller- Eastern Michigan

Ike Schmidly- James Madison

Carston Pearson- Washington

Alex Forman- St Louis

Omar Cisneros- CSU San Marcos

Max Schmidly- Arkansas (Football)

John Sayres- Longwood


Kalen Applefield- Cal

Ty Southisene- Tennessee

Matt Champion- LSU

Charlie Bates- Stanford

Julian Areliz- Cal

Anthony Perritano- USC

Jake Downing- Cal Poly

Gavin Kuzniewski- Ohio State

Josiah Palomino- Nevada

Tee Southisene- USC

Camden Clewett- Baylor

Beckett Zavorek- Arizona State

Levi Sterling- Texas

Rowan Kelly- UCSB

Jake Lavin- Cal

Max Murray- Cal

Josh Hanson- USC

Wade Mountz- Arkansas

Zach Carlson- Northwestern

Grant Origer- Texas Tech

Michael Quedens- Michigan



Noah Franco- Mississippi State

Cameron Uzzillia- NC State

Dean Moss- Vanderbilt

Jack Ruckert- LSU

Jackson Miller- Ole Miss

Cole Strane- USC

Trey Gudoy- UCLA

Jett Kenady- Cal

Carson Quillen- Virginia Tech

Ian Fisher- UCLA

Alex Harrington- Stanford

Hunter Harrington- Stanford

Ethan Bass- Illinois

Griffin Miller- Tennessee

Parker Loew- LSU

Dillon Moss- Stanford

Jaxon Matthews- Clemson

Will Hynes- Wake Forest

Alex Hoffman- Virginia Tech

Ayden Deome- Arizona

Addison Latko- Illinios

Ethan Stipp- Hawaii

Gary Gibson II- Kentucky

Hamilton Friedberg- Air Force


OBC, Inc President

Joe Oliveira's Background

Joe grew up in San Diego, CA before spending his college career at the University of the Pacific. At Pacific, Joe was a 3 time All Big West Conference selection before being drafted in the 15th round by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2010 MLB Draft. Joe also received his bachelor's degree in communication and master's degree in education from Pacific. 

After 3 years playing professionally in the Orioles organization, Joe decided to transition into college coaching. He was hired by MLB Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, at San Diego State in August 2013. Joe took that opportunity and ran with it, quickly becoming one of the top assistant coaches and recruiting coordinators in the country. He was named the top recruiter in the conference in 2016 and one of the top 32 assistant coaches in the country in 2019. He helped guide the Aztecs to 4 NCAA Regional appearances and coached over 40 MLB draft picks, including 7 players that reached the major leagues, during his 8 year tenure. He also brought in a nationally ranked recruiting class every year he was with the program. 

Joe was highly regarded as a rising star in the industry, but made the difficult decision to leave coaching in order to be more present  with his family. He started Oliveira Baseball Consulting, Inc in July 2021 in order to stay in the game he loves and help guide families through the recruiting process, while also providing him the flexibility in his schedule to be the husband and father he wants to be. He currently resides in the San Diego area with his wife Hillary and their 2 boys, Hudson and Rowan. 


If you are interested in becoming an OBC, Inc client, download and fill out the attached form.

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