Ole School Baseball Clinics will be under the direction of Billy Godwin, James “Jabo” Fulghum, Robert “Peanut” Langston, and Phil Woodell. The staff brings more than 125 years of head coaching experience with a proven track record of baseball development.
Staff may be supplemented by current professional players, professional scouts, former college players, and high school coaches.
Billy Godwin has been a head coach at the high school, junior college and Division I level for the last 30 years. During that time his teams have won at the regional and national levels. He presently has coached more than 40 players who have played or are playing professional baseball including 7 in the big leagues. Godwin has won over 900 games as a Head Coach. Godwin has won North Carolina "Coach of the Year" three times. Once in 1994 as high school coach and twice as a college coach in 2002 and 2007. Godwin has directed and participated in clinics nationwide. He presently serves as a professional baseball scout.
James Fulghum has been a veteran head coach at the high school level for 27 years. He has been selected "Coach of the Year" seven times during that span. During this time he has produced more than 50 players that have gone on to play college baseball, including 12 in the minor leagues with 2 playing in the big leagues. Fulghum was a catcher at Louisburg College and East Carolina and is known as one of the best catching instructors on the east coast.
Robert Langston is a veteran high school coach of 31 years, while serving 28 as a head coach. He has been selected "Coach of the Year" 8 times. In his career he has coach 34 players that have gone on to play college baseball and one professionally. He was a middle infielder at East Carolina University and is regarded as one of the top infield instructors.
Phil Woodell is another veteran head coach with 30 years experience in that role. He has won 7 "Coach of the Year" honors. During his tenure he has coached 27 players that have gone on to play college baseball with 2 playing professionally. Phil was a standout pitcher at Atlantic Christian College (now Barton College). Phil has an extensive background in coaching and developing pitchers.